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6. Parchment PaperA roll of parchment can be used to line baking sheets and cake pans to prevent sticking, or can be put on the countertop for rolling out pie dough. And when you’re done baking, cut pieces of parchment to layer between confections in cookie tins.7. Baking SheetsFor cookies, pastries and other sweets, you’ll need a baking sheet or two. Rimmed baking sheets like the one shown here can also be used for roasting veggies and meats, while rimless baking sheets tend to produce more reliable browning. Either type also works for catching drips beneath a pie pan. Pick your favorite or get one of each — when stored in a vertical rack, they take up hardly any room.Browse baking sheets
5. Use your thumb or a teaspoon measuring spoon to make a depression in each cookie.Tip: For a uniform look, use a measuring spoon. For an authentic home-baked look, use your thumb.