The Cheat Sheets let you hack your oven and cook separate dishes together!

This article is a strong testament to how incredible silicone is as a material, but first and foremost, let’s just address the fact that Cheat Sheets is a creative-spark that was just waiting to happen. If you’ve ever made an elaborate roast, or experimented with multi-flavor desserts, or just watched a video on Buzzfeed Tasty, you’ll notice that oftentimes, your ingredients end up fighting for space on a single tray. Veggies, meats, breads, all end up on one platform, cooking for the same amount of time, and mixing up with each other. Some vegetables like broccoli cook faster, while others like potatoes take longer. Doughs require a very specific temperature setting while cheeses don’t. The baking tray often forces you to follow a one-setting-fits-all approach to cooking, which can often be a problem when foods end up getting over/undercooked, or mixed up with each other even though you want them to remain separated and compartmentalized. It’s almost a metaphor for the time we’re living in.

The Cheat Sheets are basically, and this reference couldn’t be more relevant, social distancing containers for your ingredients. You use the same baking tray, but the Cheat Sheets silicone containers sit ON the tray, giving you miniature compartments to cook your food in. Veggies like asparagus that need shorter cook times can be added in the same tray as salmon, which needs more time in the oven. Once you feel like the asparagus is done, just reach in with your baking mitten and pull just the asparagus container out of the oven and let the salmon still cook inside. It’s easy, simple, and here’s the best part – your baking tray never gets dirty!

Designed for better control, the Cheat Sheets don’t just allow you to segregate separate ingredients for the same dish, they let you simultaneously cook two separate dishes together too, separating them according to flavor. The most obvious instance is in desserts, where people tend to get picky. I, for instance, am a basic vanilla and fruit junkie, while others around me usually tend to gravitate towards decadent chocolate desserts. The Cheat Sheets allow you to simultaneously cook two separate dishes in their respective containers – as opposed to using rudimentary aluminum foil dividers, or running your oven for two separate cycles. The Cheat Sheets let you responsibly divide and utilize real estate on your baking tray, giving you the ability to be versatile, and still be in control of your cooking. In fact, each Cheat Sheet container-set comes with its own baking tray, as well as a handy guide that gives you cooking times and temperatures for all your food, so you never over or undercook any ingredient again.

The Cheat Sheets are made from high-quality food-grade silicone. In short, they’re safe to cook in, can withstand high temperatures, are extremely easy to clean, and can go right into a dishwasher. The silicone containers can go right into the fridge after they’ve cooled down too, and are classy-looking enough to directly eat from… because the last thing we need in this lockdown is to have to wash more dishes!

Designers: Chris Place & Will Matters of Prepd

UPDATE: Raised over $1,800,000.

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Cheat Sheets – Sheet Pan Cooking Reimagined

The Cheat Sheets is a completely new approach to sheet pan cooking. Oven-safe, non-stick silicone dividers that will streamline your cooking and divide your ingredients, to make one-pan meals and meal prepping a breeze.

Perfectly Cooked, Every Time

Sheet pan cooking isn’t always as simple as putting everything in the oven together and coming back to find it has all cooked evenly. Reality is, not everything takes the same amount of time to cook. With Cheat Sheets, you can easily remove ingredients when they’re ready and never overcook them again. They even tested the most popular everyday ingredients and created an easy timing guide so that you’ll get perfect results every time.

Meal Prep Made Easy

Cheat Sheets are made for meal prep. With their modular dividers, you can cook all of your ingredients with even better organization and control.

You can fit up to 6x small portions or 3x large portions on a single sheet pan and with multiple sets, you’ll have everything you need to prep for the family or a week’s worth of meals.

Keep’em Separated

With Cheat Sheets you can easily separate ingredients and flavors without having them mingle. Whether you want to use different marinades, cook savory and sweet dishes at the same time, or simply don’t want your food to touch, Cheat Sheets has you covered.

Separation also comes in handy for families with different preferences, allowing you to create different portions for those with special dietary requirements or specific tastes.

Zero Waste, Zero Mess

Aluminum foil and parchment paper are hugely wasteful and non-recyclable. Sheet pans are also notoriously difficult to clean, collecting stains and grime with every meal.

With Cheat Sheets you’ll never have to scrub another sheet pan again and you’ll save tonnes of wasted paper and foil. Cheat Sheets are naturally non-stick so clean-up is a breeze. They’re also dishwasher safe.

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