Cooking spray residue can be a true annoyance so I was happy to take on the challenge to compare PAM's cooking spray to another brand and see if it holds up to the claim that it leaves much less residue than other sprays. I found a couple of interesting differences during my experiment so let's get to it!
I baked some muffins and when I took the pan out of the oven, there was a definite difference in the way the sprays looked on each side. I thought that was interesting but I wanted to know if it would really matter as far as how easy the pan was to clean! So, I washed the pan and it seemed to wash up about the same on both sides... HOWEVER...
But the thing that I found the most interesting, and that mattered the most to me was this:
My muffins came out nicer with PAM! This photo is of muffins that cooked at the same time, in the same temperature. The ones that weren't cooked with PAM definitely burnt on the edges! That alone is enough to convince me that it's better to go with PAM.
What a fun experiment this was! :) It makes me curious about testing and comparing other products because there are definitely differences between different brands!
Disclosure: I am participating in the PAM No Residue blog comparison program with enCompass Media. I've received payment as a thank you for participating and sharing my honest opinion.