*#1 top rated silicone baking mats from Kitzini*

One thing that Americans do well is chocolate chips. They’ve got all sorts of them in different flavours and sizes. Here in the UK, well, in Shetland at least (unless I’m willing to shop online) all I can get is one measly 100 gram top supermarket brand (not naming names here!) bag of chocolate chips with barely a hint of any cocoa solids in it. What’s the point?!

To remedy, I’ve taken to using Fair trade 85% cocoa solids chocolate bars, chopped up, to make my fail safe chocolate chip cookie recipe. They melt a little bit more than conventional chocolate chips would, but at least you get a proper hit of chocolatey chocolate in each bite.

I’ve been using a silicone baking mat now instead of baking paper for my cookie recipes for the last few years. It’s been well used (I like cookies!) and was in desperate need of replacing, so imagine my delight when Kitzini contacted me asking if I’d like to put their new silicone baking mat to the test!

Another thing Americans do well is the whole silicone bakeware thing. Kitzini silicone baking mats have been selling like hotcakes in the US market, and they’re now starting to branch out into the UK.

Kitzini are a relatively new, small family business aiming to bring innovative, stylish kitchen gadgets to the market, including their new silicone baking mats. These baking tray reusable liners are the fantastic new must-have for the kitchen… and for good reason:

- They are made from high quality fibre glass coated with 100% Certified FDA/LFGB food-safe silicone for consistent heat conduction.
- They are heat resistant from freezing to to 248°C
- The silicone coating creates an instant non-stick surface that is very easy to clean.
- They can be used in the oven, microwave or even as a pastry mat.
- They’re stylish! A woven hessian type weave with a bold coloured border makes for an attractive product.
- They’re easy to store – roll up or lay flat in a drawer.
- There is no need for baking sprays, butter or oil, thereby keeping the calorie content down on the finished dish.

Now, what did I think of my Kitzini baking mat samples?

First up I tested them out on my tried and tested Camp Aitebreagh Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe. Usually, to make these cookies, I either have to liberally butter a baking tray or use a new sheet of baking paper per batch (too much melted chocolate stuck to the paper means it can’t be reused for each batch).

My old baking mat (a poor quality freebie off the front of a supermarket baking magazine!) had a lot of resistance to it, meaning my cookies didn’t spread as much as they normally would have. The perfectly smooth Kitzini baking mats allowed the cookies to spread just how they are supposed to resulting in gorgeous, perfectly textured cookies each time. Their large size meant I could get a full dozen cookies on each sheet without worrying about them touching.

A quick wipe down of the melted chocolate between batches meant I churned out four dozen of my favourite cookies in no time.

Secondly, I used my baking mat to make some bread machine garlic and rosemary focaccia. The dough gripped perfectly to the mat, meaning I didn’t have to faff about trying to get the dough to stay where I wanted it to while rolling (saving time!) and the mat was easily transferred, bread dough and all, to the waiting baking tray.

The bread baked perfectly, and there was no problems sliding the baked bread onto a wire rack to cool (there’s nothing worse than having bread stick to baking paper, is there!). I’ll be using this baking mat for our pizzas too – it really does make rolling out the dough so much easier!

Lastly, these experimental Alpen muesli bars with pumpkin and sunflower seeds that I made for a weekend treat worked perfectly on my new Kitzini baking mat! The bars themselves were baked in a separate 9 inch silicone baking pan, cooled and then cut into bars before being dipped in melted dark chocolate and left to harden on the Kitzini baking mat. White chocolate and goji berries were then sprinkled on top. A little bit too moreish, I tell you – and a recipe will follow shortly!

THE VERDICT: I love this product! It looks fab and does exactly what you want it to.

Kitzini sell exclusively through Amazon in both the US and UK, and their baking mats have an RRP of £29.99 each. However, at the time of writing this post (30 March 2015) they are on sale for £10!

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*Elizabeth’s Kitchen Diary received two Kitzini Silicone Baking Mats for review. All opinions expressed are our own, and this is not a paid post.*

Mark Johnson

shortbread

Natalie Crossan

choc chip cookies – mmmm

Lucy Carter

Mini pizzas

Lisette Davidson

rock cakes with plenty of sultanas in them!

Debbie Preston

Triple choc cookies

Ellen Stafford

Cookies 🙂

Michelle Wild

Apricot scones

Isabelle Smith

brownies

Monika S

chocolate cookies

Karen Usher

Anzac biscuits!

louise white

I’d make home made pizzas with my children

Kat

Chocolate cookies with my niece

Charlotte Hoskins

Some cookies with my daughter 🙂

Patricia Avery

Mascarpone scones 🙂

Erica Field

Cookies

sara

Chocolate brownies

Lani Nash

Peanut butter cookies

Jamie

I want to make Rockie road, So I would make them first 🙂

Kat Allinson

Chocolate Cookies

Karen Lloyd

Gingerbread men for my son to decorate and eat.

rachael jones

cookies ….. always cookies!!

Fiona K

I’d cook foccachia (which I don’t know how to spell!).

Joanna Sawka

I’d bake some carrot cookies

Iris W

Pizza

Susan Jackson

Macaroons

Kerry Kilmister

Sticky toffee chocolate brownies.

Clare S

Chocolate Chip cookies – like my Granny used to make!

Alice Megan

Nutella Cookies!

Sarah Mcknight

Cookies

jen jackson

cookies

Sarah Palmer

COOKIES choc chip ones 🙂 xx

Erica Price

Choc chip cookies

Veronica Lopez-Smith

I am really getting into baking so this would be great. I would probably first bake cookies for my kids. Also want to try making some Assam cookies – I dont know if there is a recipe but I am going to try

Claire Ward

Peanut butter cookies

Eleanor Wigmore

Biscuits! I am making a batch a week at the moment and a mat would be very handy.

Georgia Norton

Chocolate caramel brownies! 🙂

gemma nisbet

Chocolate and raspberry cookies

margaret moe dunlop-carr

salted caramel cookies

Kerry Lethbridge

Gingerbread cookies

sarah

Cheese and red onion scones

amanda davis

something for my dad

Deborah Bird

I would bake some biscuits! These look fab, I would definitely like to try them x

BECCI CLEARY

I would make flapjacks

Christopher Nicholl

flapjacks

Julie Taylor

Raspberry & White Chocolate Cookies

Jade

Cookies

Cheryl Irvine

Shortbread! How have I never come across one of these before?

Kay Broomfield

Chocolate chip cookies which I’d make with my little boy.

dawn thompson

Meringue!

Deb Hambleton

Loved the garlic and rosemary focaccia so I think I would attempt that first

Sarahp

Melting moments

jo liddement

I would bake some healthy oat cookies

steph lovatt

Some yummy cookies

Emily Fowler

Homemade oven chips

barbara madden

blueberry and chocolate muffins

Serena La Pietra

Cinnamon cookies

Minnie15

Rocky Road <3 <3 x

donna l jones

chocolate chip cookies

katherine grieve

Peanut butter cookies

Margaret Nokling

Flapjacks

Angie Hoggett

white chocolate cookies

Julie hayes

I’d try the garlic and rosemary focaccia bread as shown above. Looks amazing. I’ll be making this soon regardless of winning the baking mat or not!

Aaron Milne

Hoping to win one for a little treat for the wife

Kelly Hooper

biscuits

Stephen Little

Apple pie

Francesca Tuck

Maple syrup and bacon lollipops

Sheila Reeves

Chocolate chip cookies, as they always stick on other trays

Melanie forster

Defiantly chocolate chip cookies for my granddaughter jessie

Angela L White

American style choc chip cookies, with this hopefully I would get them in one piece and not broken lol

kelly cleeton

Slimming world chips!

Dominique Ralf

Apple streudal

lucia m

ginger and sultana scones <3

Louise Butcher

My daughter and I would make lemon drizzle cakes and many more treats :o)

Tina L-D

Biscuits & cookies =D

Alison MacDonald

Scones and chocolate biscuits 🙂

Emma Deeley

Cookies

Sarah Parker

chocolate cookies 🙂

Sarah Heath

Rock Buns

trevor linvell

some chocolate chip cookies

Nikki Stewart

Chocolate Brownies, my husband’s favourite! x

faye huntington

chocolate chip cookies!

Jayne K

Soft choc chip cookies

Joanne Welsh

A yummy cake!

Sophie Lester

I would bake white chocolate and peanut cookies

Claire Bingham

cookies

Kelly Ellen Hirst

I’d have to bake some chocolate cookies

ESME MCCRUBB

muffins

Emma

Pizza.

Kristy Brown

Rocky Road Flapjacks

Victoria Prince

First thing would definitely the Nutella Brownies I have been meaning to make! I have never heard of silicone baking mats before, the idea is fab

Allan Fullarton

chocolate chip cookies

Claire Barker

Probably some chocolate chip cookies. 🙂

Helen Allan

Triple chocolate cookies. Thank you!

Carly M

Chocolate chip cookies

Sheri Darby

Meringues

Vera Bahounkova

chocolate brownies

Diana

Biscuits topped with chocolate 🙂

Wendy Smith

I would make bagels – the last batch I made stuck to the baking parchment and I spent ages trying to pick it off!

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Rachael Medley

I would bake some chocolate chip cookies. Yum!

michelle kemp

scones to serve with homemade jam and cornish clotted cream

Helen

Cheese scones

Paul Walsh

Hazelnut and Choc Chip Coookies

Mark Chamberlin

I’ve been asked to make some more flapjacks by some of the volunteers at the National Trust property that I go to.

Marie Burn

Choux Buns

Cathy O

Meringues – family favourite

Louise Burn

I would probably make meringues or cookies.

Becky Griffiths

chocolate brownies

Kat Glynn

Brandy Snaps 🙂

PAUL STANLEY

SCONES

Holly Boyd

i’ve seen this awesome rose thing on facebook which I want to try but I haven’t got the right bakeware.

Jenny

Those cookies look amazing so they’ll be first on my to-bake list!

Keith Wallbanks

Coconut macaroons (as they always stick)

Maureen Moss

lardy cake

nicola james

biscuits

emma falvi

chocolate chip cookies

Paula Phillips

Shortbread biscuits

Gail Reid

Cookieeeees…nomnomnom….

Celia West

Cookies for the grandkids

claire little

cookies 🙂

Sarah Franks

I’d be baking with my young nieces. My mum’s just been made their special guardian because their parents couldn’t care for them. My mum grows wonderful organic fruit and veg, so we’d probably be using this to make something fun with her organic garden produce, like maybe blueberry or plum cookies (or both!!). She also grows hazelnuts, so we can make choc n nut cookies for a little change, too!

The time before they moved to my mum was tough on them, and they’ve had eating problems as a result. So giving them fun activities that involve making their food really helps them to get over those issues and start having a healthy relationship with food before it becomes a major problem for them.

EJ Dunn

A mozzarella and tomato filo pastry pie

Dan Wate

Cheese sticks

Lauren Old

Chocolate brownie traybake

Greig spencer

VICTORIA SPONGE

Anthea Holloway

Granola cookies

Emma Wolski

I would make some salted caramel cookies!

Kathleen Bywaters

Peanut butter cookies!

elaine stokes

brandy snaps

Donata

chocolate chip cookies

Jenni Carroll

foccacia

Lucy Robinson

Chocolate chip cookies. x

katherine b

Cookies for my children x

Angela Sandhu

cookies

Donna

Focaccia. Yum!

Sandra Clarke

Some gluten free cookies for my son.

MichelleD

White chocolate and cherry cookies!

leanne weir

I’d make some chocolate chip cookies

Solange

I’d make cookies

sally brown

White chocolate and raspberry Cookies

Jade Walsh

I’d make some chocolate chip cookies =) mmm x

Diana Webb

Florentines, my favourite

kirsty jackson

I’d make some chocolate cookies.

Jaelin Farrow

I’d like to have a go at making my own granola bars!

Julie Ward

Some brownies out of a packet, safest bet with my results at baking

Amy J

I’d make cookies!

Emma Nixon

I would have a go at making some choc chip cookies

Allan Wilson

Cheese Scones

julie thomas

Cookies – coconut and cherry ones to start with, everyones favourite

Linda McGarrigle

Fruit Scones a family favourite x

katy

Cookies

Juli Savage

Ginger Biscuits

Janet T

Garlic Bread definately

Fanny Tran

Definitely cookies. Have been trying for ages and never seem to get the consistency right. Yours look amazing !

Stephanie Whitehouse

Sticky cinnamon buns

Charlotte Hood

This post has inspired me to make focaccia, looks amazing even unbaked!

claire blake

Choc cookies

Christine Caple

Flapjacks

Tracey Morgan

Choc chip cookies

Michelle Stokes

Shortbread – that’s if I got there before my 2 girls who love cooking cookies!

Chas Gilbert

Cheesey Scones

Rebecca Nisbet

some blondies, yum!

Tammy Tudor

mmmm chooclate brownies

Loredana

Cookies!

Hannah Walker

I’d probably bake some biscuits

Sue McCarthy

Rock Cakes

Monica Gilbert

I’d find an easy cookie recipe to make with my daughter.

Jennifer Toal

Meringues

Gerri Tennant

Lovely chocolate cookies as you recommend.

Andy Kadir-Buxton

meringues, never had any luck. The last time was in a rented house, a neigbour wacked up the heat and put a joint of beef in the cooker, it came on smoked and sweet, a definite invention!

karen Howden

Chocolate chip cookies

AJ

choc chip cookies

Julia

I would make some ginger cookies. Pregnant at the mo and can’t get enough of ginger!!! 🙂

Sara JaneG

Choc Chip cookies..yum

Blessing O

Chocolate peanut butter cookies

Katherine L

I’d love to make some Anzac cookies on them!

Lydia Frew

Gingernuts

Nicole wright

Cookies with my daughter

Rachael Pilkington

Some white chocolate chip cookies

Lindsi Cole

Oat and Raisin cookies from The Hummingbird Bakery cookbook – yum!

Sarah Lambert

Choc fudge brownies

Diane Carey

Some kind of biscuits

Laura Baker

Biscotti

Harriet

white chocolate chip cookies

Miss

the first thing I would make is chocolate chip cookies , never made them before and I really like cookies.

Spencer Broadley

Ginger biscuits

mark

Chocoolate fudge brownie cookies

Kay panayi

Cookies we love cookies

sarah-dawn pope

Vegan snicker-doodle cookies

Michelle Banks

biscuits x

Michelle Sykes

Cookies for me first

Pauline Millington

A scrummy meringue

Lorna Kellett

I’d have to try and bake myself some gluten free treats – Since I got diagnosed last year I’ve not had a proper tasting pizza! The cookies could be for desert 🙂

lynn heath

I would attempt to make my own Foccaica Bread

Amy Withnall

Fab idea and comp 🙂 I would make my wife some vegan cookies.

Ema J Lowe

some homemade mini pizzas, as we all like different toppings

Kristina Trick

Chocolate brownies as they seem to stick everytime for me

Rue

Cookies 🙂

EL Richards

Little meringus nests

Felicity Smith

some shortbread

claire toplis

cookies

sugajade

Cookies

Mary Chez

I would make flapjacks

Jackie Rushton

Chocolate rock buns

Emma Ellams

Peanut Butter and White Chocolate cookies

Graeme Macmillan

a pizza with a home made topping

Kaci Soderstrom

Chocolate chip cookies

Cheryl

I’d bake scones

Michelle Hollingsbee

Shortbread and cookies.

Jayne T

Some chocolate chip cookies with my children, thanks for the lovely giveaway.

claire woods

cookies

Lyla

Ginger biscuits

jen morgan

some shortbread and cookies

kathy

chocolate chip cookies

Karen laing

I would make cookies,I always split the mixture in two so I would make white choc chip and also some smartie ones x

Phil Morris

It has to be the choc chip cookies you describe (yum !)

Ruth Harwood

I’d bake some Ginger cookies xx

cat

Still scared of biscuits… would definitely try this with the mat.

Kym Robson

Chocolate and orange cookies

Sarah Lee

I would make white chocolate cookies

KATHY D

shortbread

Andrea Fletcher

I would make ginger biscuits.

Kate Cass

Ginger nut biscuits from my Nans recipe for my Dad he loved them, so I’d love to try them using this new cookware! Ty for the chance x x

Louise Fairweather

definately some cookies

fozia Akhtar

Cookies

Hekna

some ginger snaps

laura stewart

chocolate, cherry and coconut slice xx

Leila Benhamida

Cookies

claire griffiths

some yummy flapjacks

Amanda Walsh

I would make some Brownies

melanie stirling

Rock cakes

Michelle lintern

Chocolate cakes

kayleigh Bates

Chocolate cookies

rebecca martin

macarons

Kate Jones

CArrot and oatmeal cookies

Laura

Chocolate Cookies

Sarah rees

Flapjacks

Kevin Honey

Flapjacks

olga carpenter

chocolate brownies

Maxine Owen

Some cookies as a treat 🙂

Tracey Parker

Flapjacks

Susan B

Chocolate cookies.

Eva Vida

Ginger and chocolate cookies 🙂

Rey Chunara

Some shortbread

Marie B

Some gluten free cookies

Heather Macklin

Chocolate brownies

Julie D

pizza

JB

chocolate chip cookies

Becca Staples

Sausage rolls x

Susan Hall

Cauliflower crust pizza

Shirley Cooney

Cookies!

StaceyD

Red Velvet Cookies

Joanna Butler-Savage

chocolate brownies

Jess Powell

some oaty coookies 🙂

aaron broad

I would bake some Blueberry Muffins

alex fowler

Chocolate chip cookies 🙂

Joy Portas

Shortbread biscuits

Nichole

chocolate chip cookies

charlotte cooke

i love gooey choc cookies 😀

Natally

Maple and pecan cookies

Liam Bishop

Chocolate cookies!

Leanne Lunn

A weekend treat of homemade pizza

suzanne brzeski

some chocolate chip cookies

Sally Collingwood

Chocolate cookies, yum yum!!

jan powell

I would cook blueberry muffins

Peter Hewitt

Lovel crusty Multi Grain Loavces

Maxine G

Great for meringues! I’d have to make a pavlova

Rich Tyler

Chocolate Brownies 🙂

A Elansary

Peanut Butter Cookies and sweet potatoes chips

Fern

Honeycomb! That’s always looked like fun to make 🙂

Kate - gluten free alchemist

Meringue roses! Lots of them!!!

Christine Constable

Ginger biscuits

Susan Ellams

would love to make some shortbread

jennifer thorpe

ginger biscuits

laura mason

I don’t know! Choc chip cookies I think.

Tracy Newton

I would bake bread rolls

Louise A

try and make meringues

Heather T

Hot cross buns

Roger Bufton

Cookies

Paula Readings

My nieces birthday cake.

Karen Barrett

Almond Cookies

Romana Richards

A meringue roulade. My meringue always sticks to baking parchment so I need to try a silicone mat. I can justify having one as I do so much baking.

Emma Gibson

Gingerbread

lessismore

Brioche rolls.

clair downham

choc chip cookies or brownies thankyou

Gavin

I’ll be trying your garlic and rosemary focaccia.

Becca @ Amuse Your Bouche

These silicone mats look amazing! So non-stick. I’d use it to make some sort of pastry dish first, as they often stick for me!

claire blaney

chocolate chip cookies

Helen Metcalfe

Peanut butter cookies, using my homemade peanut butter

Caroline Clarke

Oatmeal banana chocolate chunk cookies.

Suzanne

Scones

Michelle Abbott

Chocolate chip cookies

Sam cooper

Ginger shortbread

Jen Schofield

Chocolate chip cookie!

kellyjo walters

hot cross buns

Kat Lucas

I would make some Macaroons

Allan Smith

Brownies

Paul T

Chocolate Brownies

Vohn McGuinness

Would definitely love to try making macarons on these!

Lisa Everaert

Brownies – The kids love them

Caroline H

Peanut butter cookies – they’re a favourite but parchment paper never makes the bottoms quite as crisp as they could be.

pete c

a delicious banana cake

Lorraine Tinsley

Chocolate chip cookies

Bry

Your garlic and rosemary focaccia looks a good place to start.

Jodie Cook

Whoopie Pies

Liz

Easter biscuits

Edward Guerreiro

Brownies.

Sinead Dimmer

lemon drizzle bars

Jazz

ginger nuts! mum loves them, lol x

Sonya

It’s definitely got to be homemade veggie pizza, with fresh mint, walnuts, mushrooms, pineapple, peppers, sweetcorn and red onion. Perfect comfort food for a cosy evening with the better half in the dusky nights leading into summer x

Zoe G

Flapjacks

Rob Baker

Low-carb Macaroons!

Scott Walliss

Biscuits

Ashleigh Allan

Chocolate Brownies!

Fiona

really love this. I think I’d make some kind of cookie first

Christine Shelley

Chocolate chip biscuits

laura banks

i’m trying to master scones at the mo its not going well

jodie crossley

peanut butter cookies

Ms Suan Watts

Easter biscuits

Jen

Cookies! Lots of cookies!

Emma Hawkins

Brownies

Stephanie Tsang

Chocolate chip cookies

Gemma Snell

Some biscuits

gemma brown

ooo think i would try out your foccacia

kate

I would love to try and make cannoli

Leanne V Mckenna

Flapjacks

Bryony

cookies!!

Rachel Bustin

Triple chocolate brownies mmmmmmm! x

sharon mead

some brandy snaps!

Lynne Durkin

Cookies as they are a favourite here x

Susan Lloyd

Chocolate chip cookies

Elizabeth Hinds

Chocolate brownies! Yum yum 🙂

Paul Wilson

Yummy biscuits!

Leanne

Chocolate chip cookies … my favourite

Mark Palmer

Chocolate chip cookies

Lynsey Buchanan

Chocolate Brownies

Martina Pichova

peanut butter biscuits

jan h

I would make some Rock Cakes. They would be much easier to remove with a baking mat.

DANIELLE VEDMORE

Has to be my favourite white chocolate cookies 🙂

frances hopkins

Brownies x

winnie

scones

vicki

I’d make some dehydrate some fruit puree to make fruit roll ups. They’re so yummy but a pain to peel from baking paper!

Sarah Pybus

Caramel egg brownies 🙂

Neil Graham

Some biscotti

Claire Eadie

Brownies

Lucy Bishop

I’d make homemade bounty bars – they’ve been on my ‘to make’ list for ages!

susan younger

rock buns. a good old fashioned receipe

Claire Holtey

cookies but this time I will read the quantities more carefully – made so many last month that I was giving them away to everyone!

Sharon

Thanks for your review, looks like a great product! Your focaccia recipe looks yummy, I’ll try it x

Hazel Rea

Glutenfree cookies – they normally stick to everything!

Angela Treadway

Brownies x

Angela Treadway

Brownies x

Helen Battle

I would bake some biscoti biscuits

Helen Battle

biscoti biscuits

clare davies

cookies! as they always stick so never bake them! x

Julian Onions

Cookies – with syrup.

tina holmes

Some yummy cookies

kim plant

fudge cookies xx

tiggerific1973

Sausage rolls as they are always the ones that stick for me! 🙂

kim neville

Chocolate brownies

Heather Haigh

I would bake some spicy coookies. Since they bake quickly and I’m always terribly excited to try out new baking things.

Hannah Ingham

Lemon Cake! 🙂

Kasia

Banana oatmeal cookies!

iain maciver

cookies and brownies

Samantha Rummens

biscuits

Ursula Hunt

I would bake florentines

Sinead Charlotte

Cookies and browies!

Pat Stubbs

Coconut macaroons – love ’em

laura jayne bates

gingerbread man

Rosie Holloway

chocolate chip cookies

Tracey Peach

Biscuits I find they often stick to greasproof paper so would be lovely to bake some & not stick!

Tracy Nixon

I would bake some cookies and short bread biscuits!

Lucy Pasifull

Brandy snaps, got a real weakness for them!

Tania Atfield

I would bake scones or cookies first

Heken Bennett

Wow, never seen these before. Looks like they are a game changer. Great product for all the baking I should be doing.

Emma Ferguson

I would make some double chocolate chips cookies 🙂

Catherine McAlinden

I want to make Lego brownies!

Claire Davies

Macaroons – always fancied making these!

Jane Willis

I’d bake flat breads of some kind – naan or pitta. Although I think I need TWO of these, so I can use one as a craft mat, because it looks so much better than the mats sold as craft mats

janet humphrey

cookies and brownies!

Stephanie

What a great idea. I’ve never heard of a baking mat before but it looks so simply and easy to use – thanks for sharing.

Amy

These look really good! What a lovely giveaway 🙂 x