With the right tools, your homemade pizzas will come out hot and fresh, with crispy crusts and browned, bubbly toppings. If you're ready to start making pies at home, the most essential tool is a pizza stone.
These square, ThermaBond® mini pizza stones are the easiest way to get started and are perfect for creating individual-sized pizzas, or even smaller breads and baked goods. Use a single stone for an individual meal, or assemble them into a larger stone for baking bigger pizzas!
ThermaBond® stones are manufactured with Pizzacraft’s exclusive ThermaBond® technology; specially formulated to eliminate thermal shock breakage, promote even heat distribution and retention, and guaranteed durability for consistent cooking on the oven or grill.
ThermaBond® pizza/baking stones are extremely durable and will not crack because of thermal shock. There is no need to "season" a new stone with oil or soak the stone in water before each use.
To clean, scrape off any excess food with a spatula. When the stone has cooled, run it under hot water while scrubbing with a brush. Do not use soap on the stone. Pizza stones are porous and will retain the soap. The natural properties of the baking stone will cause it to darken and spot with age – do not attempt to remove this discoloration. Air-dry the stone and store inside the oven.
Pizzacraft stones can withstand temperatures of at least 900°F.
|Dimensions||7.5" x 7.5" x 0.4"|
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