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Wax paper should not be directly exposed to the heat of an oven. However, Wax Paper may be used as a pan liner when baking cakes, bread, muffins or any baked food in which the dough or batter completely covers the wax paper lining.

Microwaves have little to no effect on wax paper, this means that wax paper can be used as a spatter-free cover for microwave heating.

  • Baking paper, also called as parchment paper, is known to show more resistance to heat than wax paper or paraffin paper. Baking paper can resist 230℃ at highest and wax paper can resist 60℃ at highest.This is one of the main differences between wax paper and baking paper.
  • Baking paper can be greaseproof but wax paper can not be greaseproof.
  • Baking paper is non-stick in character due to the silicon coating, but wax paper is sticky in nature due to the using of wax in its production.
  • It can be said that wax paper is less expensive to buy when compared to the baking paper.

Wax paper is made by applying a coating of wax to a thin paper sheet, which makes it easy to remove foods from the paper with ease. Parchment paper has non-stick silicone coating. The way they are made means that both are microwave safe, but only parchment paper is oven safe (up to 425F).

Parchment paper is a natural, high density paper with a non-stick coating. Lining your pan with parchment paper means that baked goods slide off without sticking and you don’t need to use grease. Using parchment paper also means that cookies bake more evenly, and with less cracks or crumbling. Clean up is a lot easier.