Saturday, October 4, 2014

Silicone Muffin Pan giveaway

OvenArt Silicone Muffin Pan Giveaway
100% Pure Food-Grade Silicone. No Fillers.
OvenArt silicone bakeware is safer than metal bakeware treated with popular non-stick coatings containing PFOA. Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) is a chemical labeled a toxic carcinogen by the EPA
Premium quality OvenArt silicone does not contain bulk plastic fillers like cheaper alternatives.
Scrub-Free, Easy To Clean
OvenArt's unique high-gloss finish makes the baking surface non-porous for added non-stick properties. This helps you save time and energy by avoiding the frustrations of food sticking to your pan. Muffins easily pop out of the pan and clean-up is a breeze.
Simply season your OvenArt pan before first use with a light coating of cooking spray or oil for optimal lifetime performance.
No Need For Muffin Cups Or Cupcake Liners
Never buy disposable muffin cups again! Save money and be environmentally friendly at the same time.
Superior Materials Exceeds All European and FDA Safety Standards
OvenArt silicone bakeware is made with the highest quality materials and complies with European and FDA health and food safety standards
OvenArt is used by professional and commercial chefs in the U.S. and Europe. Experience the OvenArt difference today. I have a silicone muffin pan and I love it. It is so easy to clean and cooks evenly. Plus it cools off super fast.  
Dates: 10/4-10/18
Open to: US Residents 18+
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7 comments:

  1. I haven't tried before but would love to!!

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  2. I had a silicon muffin pan and I LOVED it! My BIL works construction and when I mentioned the pan was great for making large icecubes to keep his giant thermos cool he guilted me into giving it to him.

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  3. Well, I actually had a terrible experience the last time I used a silicone pan, so I have nowhere to go but up.

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  4. I don't currently use silicone bakeware. It is something I have been looking into getting.
    Shelia S

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  5. I have 1 silicone pan -- I like that it cleans up nice.

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  6. No, I haven't tried it yet.

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  7. Ive tried them they are great. No sticking

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