|Color: Silver||Material: Stainless Steel|
|Number of Items Included: 1||Non Toxic: Yes|
|Non-Stick Surface: No||Product Type: Jelly Roll Pan|
|Shape: Rectangle||Handles: No|
|Oven Safe: Yes||Stove Safe: No|
|Microwave Safe: No||Dishwasher Safe: No|
|Refrigerator Safe: No||Freezer Safe: No|
|Maximum Temperature: 400 Fahrenheit||Recommended Utensil Material: Silicone; Rubber|
|Commercial Use: No||Product Care: Hand wash, dry immediately|
|Country of Manufacture: China|
Questions & Answers
Fox Run Craftsmen Jelly Roll Pan
perfect jellyroll pan
michaela from broomfield, CO– Verified Buyer
I have needed a stainless jellyroll pan for so long...pumpkin roll cooks perfectly with this pan. The heat does warm it slightly but it straightens out after it cools.
Jelly Roll Pan
Joy from NY– Verified Buyer
Pan is thin stainless steel, probably 18/0.
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Connie from Roy, UT– Verified Buyer
This jelly roll pan was just what I wanted and expected...great
Sizing is Misleading
Barbara from Crossville, TN– Verified Buyer
This is a standard jelly roll pan but the dimensions listed make it seem a bit bigger, which is what I was looking for. I haven't actually used these for baking yet so we'll see how they stand up.
cookie Jelly Roll Pan
Julie from McAllen, TX
Very thin, great for making my Jelly Rolls and Texas Choc. Cake
K from GA– Verified Buyer
I did receieve and am very happy with this pan. It is working out very well for me. It is the size and the quality that I needed.
Stainless Steel Jelly Roll Pan
Glenda from Tucson, AZ– Verified Buyer
Beautiful, will last a life time. Excellent quality for the price. Easy to clean. Perfect size for a variety of uses.
Sue Barrett from United States– Verified Buyer
Priced these elsewhere and this was the best price around. Baking cookies on Stainless Steel is the only way to go.Review this product in 20 words or more...
Greg W from Victoria, BC– Verified Buyer
Economical alternative to aluminum... Like many other reviewers, we found that the only downside so far is the glue used to attach the marketing label to the sheet. After a bit of googling we just applied a coating of olive oil to the glue residue, waited a few days, rubbed off as much of the softened residue as possible and washed with dish detergent and hot water. Hope this helps...
Jelly Roll pan
mary pickell from ellisville, MO– Verified Buyer
This looks just what wanted until it was delivered. It turned out to be cheaply made. Definitely not the quality I expect from a stainless steel product. Just goes to show "you get what you paid for"