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    1. Hi Carol,

      I think it should be ok, just make sure you have put some holes in it to let the air through and also make sure it is tied down or weighted down as the fan will suck it up and it will get stuck onto the top of the airfryer, trust me when i say it is not a great experience when it sucks things up :/

      Kind regards

      Dom

  1. 5 stars
    I’m curious to know more about using the cut up silicone baking mat. If my basket is 9×9, how large do you suggest I cut it to? Do I need to make slits in it to allow for air flow?

    1. Hello Cathy,

      Thank you for your question. We cut around the basket by drawing a line around it in felt tip pen and then cutting just inside the line and it fit perfectly. Yes you will need to make holes or slits init otherwise the air does not flow around it properly and will not cook the cookies 🙂

  2. 5 stars
    I used parchment paper but didn’t cut slits. Cookies were either gooey mess or too done when I increased the baking Time. Help!

    EDIT: Thanks for the help, they turned out lovely!

    1. Hi Debrah,

      Sorry to hear about your cookies. We always cut slits in our paper as it helps the air circulate better around the air fryer. Also we love gooey cookies and it is very easy to over cook things like cookies in an air fryer. Try with slits all around and make sure the air is getting through them and do not put them in for the full time after half the time see if they are cooking as expected and if they are put them back in and finish but if not try and adjust the time a bit at a a time to get them how you want 🙂

  3. Hi. Looks delicious. Do you have a converted recipe for grams to cups, etc.? I can go online but thought I’d ask to save time. Thank you!

    1. Hi Taitia,

      Under the ingredients we have metric and imperial and you can click either one and it will change the measurements for you 🙂

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