Is this what your bakeware cupboard looks like? Want to get your kitchen cabinets organised? Got metallic baking trays, cookie sheets, roasting tins, muffin pans and cooling racks all stacked on top of one another? Are you frustrated with the crashing and clattering everytime you want to get one from the bottom of the pile? Well, it's time to organise your kitchen - get a Cakesnake!
Did you know that you are NOT supposed to stack or nest non-stick bakeware? If you do, it can easily scratch the cooking surface and then it is no longer non-stick and potentially dangerous by releasing chemicals in the surface coating into your food. In fact, most manufacturers recommend that you dispose of non-stick bakeware once it is scratched. Check out this link from Calphalon: they recommend storing non-stick bakeware in a single layer on a shelf. A single layer! Gosh, you would need a BIG kitchen to be able to do this…or just use a Cakesnake! Calphalon - how to store non stick bakeware
A Cakesnake rack can also be used to store cook books. Instead of shoving them into a cupboard and forgetting what you've got, place them in a Cakesnake and easily see what books you have. This makes them easy to access and look super stylish! Or what about using it for your platters, serving trays or ceramic dishes? The photos show this works well. Of course, the Cakesnake can be used like this inside a kitchen cupboard or on a shelf or bench top.