I plan on making the cake mix sugar cookies tomorrow, can I bake them on parchment paper instead of spraying a pan? I want to roll them out, cookie cutter them, then bake. Any ideas?
I've never made them, but if a recipe calls for spraying a pan I use parchment instead. Chilling the dough might help keep them from spreading, but again, I've never made them so I don't know if that's an issue. Maybe someone else will see this and have a better answer.
I bake all my cookie recipes on parchment regardless of the instructions. I have never had a cookie stick and the clean up is so much easier.
I always use parchment. Nothing has ever stuck.
parchment always. always. always.
My husband and son love cake mix cookies, so I bake them at least once a week. I always use parchment paper. They always turn out perfect.
I made the cake mix sugar cookies and I just used parchment...no troubles at all!!!
Parchment or spray whichever they both work out well. The cutting out might not work out so well. They tend to run a bit so your shapes might be distorted even after freezing the dough overnight.
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