Silicone kitchenware/bakeware, or silicon bakeware, has become very popular, and for many good reasons. You can still bake a perfectly good cake or loaf of bread in a metal, ceramic, or glass pan, but with all that silicone bakeware has to offer, you might not want to. It is long-lasting, easy to store, lightweight, and portable. Once you try this bakeware, you may not want to bake with anything else.
One of the key benefits of silicone bakeware is that it is durable and long lasting. It is relatively soft and flexible, and will not dent or rust like metal bakeware can. You can bump or drop it without worrying that it might break the way glass or ceramic bakeware can. These features also make it safer to use, because you do not have to worry about sharp edges or broken pieces.
Another selling point of silicone bakeware is that its flexibility makes it easy to store and transport. Not only is it flexible, but it tends to be much more lightweight than similar glass, ceramic, or metal bakeware. These features allow it to be more easily stored in small spaces. Its light weight makes it easier to lift into and out of the oven, a feature that any baker will appreciate.