Cut-Rite Wax Paper
No More Splattered Microwave!
Cover foods with wax paper when microwaving to prevent splatters.
Make Baking Preparation Easier
Roll dough between two sheets of wax paper to prevent it sticking to the counter or the rolling pin.
Fast and Easy Clean-up
Line countertops with wax paper to catch frosting drips and stray sprinkles.
In an effort to reduce packaging, Reynolds Kitchens® Cut-Rite® now has a slightly smaller carton because the core was removed. Reynolds Kitchens® Cut-Rite® Wax Paper has not changed and you still get 75sqft per roll.
Wax paper should not be directly exposed to the heat of an oven. However, Reynolds Kitchens® Cut-Rite® Wax Paper may be used as a pan liner when baking cakes, bread, muffins or any baked food in which the dough or batter completely covers the wax paper lining.
Wax paper is made by applying a coating of wax to a thin paper sheet, which makes it easy to remove foods from the paper with ease. Parchment paper has a non-stick coating produced through a special “parchmentizing” process. The way they’re made means that both are microwave safe, but only parchment paper is oven safe (up to 425F).
Parchment paper is made from paper and through the unique “parchmentizing” process, producing a very dense, non-stick paper that won't fall apart when wet. Wax paper is a light-weight paper that has been coated with food grade wax.
When you line cake pans with Reynolds Kitchens® Cut-Rite® Wax Paper, you can skip the process of greasing or flouring your pans. Place your cake pan on wax paper, trace around the bottom, and cut it out so that you have a perfectly sized liner. After baking and cooling, loosen sides of cake with a knife. Invert cake onto a cooling rack. Remove pan and peel off wax paper for a smooth surface that's ready to frost.
Yes. Microwaves have little to no effect on wax paper, this means that Reynolds Kitchens® Cut-Rite® Wax Paper can be used as an inexpensive, spatter-free cover for microwave heating.