A brief history of silicone Bakeware; It was created by french inventor Guy DeMarle (from Silpat Company), he first developed a silicone baking sheet liner. In the beginning it was only used by pastry chefs, that were impressed on how useful this material was and it began a hit. In the 1990s, silicone cookware began to spread out of Europe for both home and professional kitchen use.
There are numerous advantages to silicone cookware that other cookware types do not have. Perhaps the most important is that it has a reusable non-stick surface, this means that the use of aluminum foils and parchment papers isn't necessary, that makes less waste and cleaning up is much easier, so no need for chemical product, just some soapy water will make it all clean.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has proven that silicone Bakeware is safe for food preparation, it is both heat and frost resistant. The silicone Bakeware is made of Food Grade Silicone, that is scientifically called of Polymerized material which is made in laboratories.
Nowadays you can find all source of things made of food silicone such as spatulas, tortilla warmers, egg boilers, pot holders and Nonstick Baking Mat, the hit of the moment.
Cookers and chefs have been using each day more and more those silicone Bakeware because of it's non-porous, high gloss non-stick surface. Silicone Bakeware is very flexible, that offers quick release of cakes, breads or muffins. With this material you can take from the freezer or fridge into the microwave or oven and back again with no issues, and no worries.