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I got my first Heirloom cookie sheet this summer at BlogHer Food. One of the other attendees (Hayley from The Domestic Rebel – LOVE her!) gave it to me and, as grateful as I was, I wasn’t expecting much. I mean, a cookie sheet is a cookie sheet, right?

Heirloom Cookie Sheet Review : So Very Blessed

Nope. Nein. Uh-uh. Wrong.

My first impression was that the sheet was heavy. I was used to my air bake type cookie sheets that didn’t weigh nearly as much.  At first, I actually thought that was going to be a deterrent, but after my first batch of cookies on it, I quickly discovered what an asset it was.

Heirloom Cookie Sheet Review : So Very Blessed

The “heaviness” equates to sturdiness and more even baking.

Heirloom Cookie Sheet Review : So Very Blessed

There was no warping at all (which I had just become used to – my old cookie sheets don’t even come close to laying flatly on the counter) and every single cookie on the pan was baked evenly on the bottom and top, lightly golden brown all over. No Silpat necessary.

Heirloom Cookie Sheet Review : So Very Blessed

I’ve made several batches of cookies and bread bowls on the sheets and everything comes off of the sheet very easily, no greasing necessary.

Heirloom Cookie Sheet Review : So Very Blessed

Every once and a while a little bit of chocolate will be left behind, but it’s usually just little traces of crumbs.

Heirloom Cookie Sheet Review : So Very Blessed

And my very favorite part – the cleanup is so easy. The sheets are dishwasher safe, but I’ve never gone that route, because it’s so fast to clean them without it. Even when I don’t wash them until the next day (ahem, not that I ever do that), everything comes off with a quick swipe of a sponge.

Heirloom Cookie Sheet Review : So Very Blessed

The other amazing thing about these cookie sheets? Heirloom, as the name implies, is a family business. I’ve had quite a few e-mail conversations with Jeannie, the owner, and she is such a kind person who truly cares about delivering a quality product. The company was inspired when her mom was frustrated with the poor quality of her baking sheets and her father had a metal craftsman create a solid stainless steel baking sheet to surprise her. It worked and everyone loved them!

If you’re looking for a cookie sheet (or 4!) to help with your holiday baking, Jeannie is offering a discount code for you all for 10% off 2 or more sheets (limit 10) and it’s valid through the ned of the month (11/30/2013). Just head to the Heirloom website and enter the code SVBNOV13. There’s a deal posted on the website already, but this one is better!

Happy baking!

*Heirloom provided me with a cookie sheet to review, but it did not sway my opinion in any way. As always, my opinions are my own.*