Silpat Entremet Baking Pan Review

Karly Campbell | Buns in my Oven Updated

The Silpat Entremet Baking Pan is an excellent addition to your dinner-making tools. Great for roasting, casseroles, and even baking a cake!

Silpat Entremet Baking Pan

The Silpat Entremet is a flexible, silicone baking pan that helps make clean up a breeze. The baking pan is non-stick and you don’t need to use any oils or sprays to keep things from sticking.

It works for both sweet and savory dishes - from cakes to casseroles to roasting vegetables.

The Silpat Entremet is 10x13 3/4 inches and fits perfectly on a 10x13 sheet pan. The edges are about the same height as most cookie sheets - around 1 inch. You are required to place the baking dish on another pan as it’s not sturdy enough on it’s own.

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The baking dish can be used up to 500°F. It wipes clean with a damp rag. The product is not dishwasher safe and must be stored flat, making it a bit tricky to store as it really is best to store it flat rather than upright like you would a cookie sheet.

All in all, it really does make clean up simple and fast. I used it to roast vegetables and it just wiped right up. Nothing leaked out of the edges and stuck to my pan, like it does when I roast things on foil. 


  • Easy to clean
  • Naturally non-stick, no need to add extra oil
  • Works for a variety of dishes


  • Must be stored flat

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Silpat Entremet Baking Pan Review

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Karly Campbell

About Karly

Karly cracks us up on her blog Buns in My Oven, and quite regularly stuns with all kinds of recipes. You'll find her passion for baking, especially Bar Desserts and casseroles, here on Food Fanatic.