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Baking Trays

Non-stick baking trays – Designed in Australia

No matter what you are looking to whip up in the kitchen, we have a collection of non-stick baking trays and pans designed to eliminate fuss and mess.

Experience the very best in our Bundt baking pans, as well as options for quiches, cheesecakes, baguettes, pizzas, and more. We also have fun-shaped designs for making cupcakes, chocolates, and everything in between – the perfect addition for all culinary spaces.

All of our options have are constructed to be highly durable, resist degradation and rust, and are non-stick. Enjoy kitchen antics without the hassle.

Our baking pans and trays are made from carbon steel, offering solid craftsmanship and shock-resistance. They will stand up to any kitchen mishaps while remaining an eco-friendly option. Simple to recycle, they’re ideal for throwing away at the end of their lifespan.

All of our designs are made from the same materials and to the same standards as commercial options used in professional bakeries. Enjoy the experience of leading material in your home kitchen and produce exceptional results. When you’re done, simply wipe them down with soapy water, and you’re good to go.

Baking pans and trays designed for safety

Choosing must-have baking tools like these can be challenging because many contain materials that can be harmful. The range at Banneton Man is entirely safe, with the non-stick components made from FDA-approved food-grade silicone. There’s also no Teflon in any of our products – a material that can degrade in high temperatures, releasing chemicals into the atmosphere. As these fumes are potentially harmful, it’s crucial to ensure your kitchen essentials are free from it.

Finally, each design in our range is free of synthetic materials like polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) and perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), which have been identified as potentially carcinogenic to humans.