*NEW* Amazing Locking Lids for Cookie Sheets


We are so excited about the new roomy Saratoga Jacks Cookie Sheet Pans and Locking Lids NOW Available at SaratogaJacks.com

Our New Saratoga Jacks Lids are

Made in the USA and right here in Utah!


Great for Keeping Baked Goods Fresh!

Portable, Stackable, Roomy enough to allow rolls to rise, and the lids lock on the edge of any standard commercial rolled edge sheet pans.
Great for Storing and Transporting Baked Goods!
Lids available Now for the Standard American HOME KITCHEN USE on your typical rolled edge 1/2 sheet pan (shown in pictures).
Lids also available for the smaller 1/4 sheet pan size online in our store as well. (Also commercial sizes are available along with pro commercial full sheet pans too, if you call Jack 801.420.3900 for a commercial sized special order.)Saratoga Jacks Lids Starting at just $6.99 Retail! Made and Shipped from Utah, USA!
Rolled Edge Sheet Pans Also Available at SaratogaJacks.com
They will start at $8.99
Saratoga Jack’s Lids available seperately or together with pans in sets.
Also NEW today… New Saratoga Jack’s Baking and Cooling Racks that can fit inside our sheet pans for $5.99

Also New and Now Available Washable and Reusable Silicone Baking Mats that fit into our Baking Sheets.
We have loved using the New Products with our Saratogs Jacks Sourdough bread recipes. We love letting our Artisan Sourdough Rolls rise in them.

We use them to make our wonderful natural yeast Saratoga Jacks Sweet Sourdough Cinnamon Rolls. We let them rise in the pans with the lids on tight to keep them fresh.

We take the lids off to bake, and after we Bake and Cool rolled edge cookie sheets; we spread our world famous Whipped Cream Frosting on top, and again use the locking lids to keep them from drying out and for transporting to events.
LIDS Available NOW starting TODAY!
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We are also getting ready to release the ability for anyone to buy our Saratoga Jacks Sourdough Start!

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BLOG BONUS: A Favorite Family Recipe
Using our Saratoga Jacks Sourdough Start
Follow our Basic Bread Recipe (on the left) to make:
We start the dough at night before bedtime and let it naturally rise over night using our Natural Sourdough Yeast start.
Natural Yeast is full of probiotics, and healthy enzymns and good bacteria to break down the gluten in the bread flours making it easier to digest.

Saratoga Jack’s Sweet Sourdough Cinnamon Rolls
BASIC Bread Recipe:
Mix in Our Big 13 quart Stainless Steel Bowl:
4 cups of water
4tsp Redmond Real Salt

And flour in one cup at a time stirring until it is a nice soft stretchy dough ball that can be kneaded that is not too sticky. (Usually Somewhere between 13 to 15 cups All Natural Unbleached Flour.)
Knead the dough.
Place the ball of kneaded dough back in the large bowl. Cover with a huge clean new plastic garbage bag, to keep air out, and leave alone for a min of 12 hours.
When you take the plastic off around 12 hours later it should look like this, as it has risen to the top of the large bowl:

Punch it down. Knead a little more flour (1 to 2 cups) into your now sticky sour dough.
Flour a huge counter and rolling pin, and roll your ball of sour dough out to about 1/4 inch thick.
Spread generously 1/2 to 1 cup of softened room temp salted butter on top. Then Layer generously with cane sugar and cinnamon.

Roll and Cut

Place rolls on Sheet Pans that have been lined with parchment paper:

Let them rise again for 1 to 2 hours…under your Saratoga Jacks Locking Lids.
Preheat Oven to 350
Remove Lids.
Bake Rolls for 35 minutes or until the inside of the roll is 191 F degrees.
Remove. Let them Cool in the sheet.
Frost with Jack and Amy’s Famous Frosting: (which not only is light creamy and not too sweet, it pipes beautifully on Jello salads and other desserts.)



Amy Blends it in our Blendtec Blender to stiff peaks:

2 cups heavy whipping cream

1 tsp Real Vanilla

1 8 ounce package cream cheese

1 cup powdered sugar





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