Organizing: Keeping Your Cookie Sheets and Muffin Pans Neat

M. J.
by M. J.
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Tired of no place or how to store your cookie sheets, cooling racks and muffin pans? This organizing hack is so easy, you'll wonder why you never thought of it before!

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Empty out your cooking tins, baking sheets and muffin tins from your cabinet. Lay everything out on your floor.

Large plastic container with depth

Purchase or if you have a large deep plastic container will be perfect for this.

Check Dollar Store too. To save money.

Place plate rack inside of large plastic container in closet or pantry. You can find these type of dish racks at most home goods stores or the Dollar Store.

Stack with largest furthest from you to smallest in front.. So easy to access and everything stays upright and tidy.

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  • Diane Nusser Diane Nusser on Mar 05, 2024

    A few things to consider when planning out a project like is: 1. How much space do you need? 2. How much space do you have? And most importantly, 3. What do you use the most?

    Maybe you could use a bit smaller bin (or even a decorated box) and slide all the cookie sheets, racks, etc. into the bin without a divider. I have most of my flat cookware, racks, etc. in a 12" wide cabinet (2 feet deep) without any dividers. All of my cupcake pans, etc. are stored elsewhere.

    I really believe you can make just about anything work. It just takes imagination and a measuring tape. 😀

    • Mon49267374 Mon49267374 on Apr 03, 2024

      I made flannel bags for my “good” Nordic pans to protect them. I have the flats on end and my odd ones in smaller container. Works for me. Great ideas for us all to share!

  • Gbe69776730 Gbe69776730 on May 20, 2024

    I have a tall narrow cabinet next to my stove. I made a shelf out of a plastic tray and square wooden dowels glued to side of cabinet to divide the space inside. I store cookie sheets, cooling racks, pizza pan and muffin tins on the side in lower part of cabinet . In the upper part of cabinet I store parchment paper and two smaller baking pans with lids (8x11). Works great no dividers needed. didn't cost me a dime as I had the old tray and dowels already. Tray can slide out easily to be cleaned.