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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Easter Baking Made Simpler and Easier with the OvenArt 12-Cup Silicone Muffin Pan - Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.


We are in the week right before Easter!  Beginning this Friday, we are going to bake, bake, and bake some more.  We always have a huge assortment of different types of breads that we bake for Easter - and have for some days later.

What's on our baking list for this year?  Fresh homemade rolls from scratch, frosted cinnamon rolls from scratch, raspberry tea cake, baklava, cheese filled bread, apricot filled bread, cherry-cheese filled bread, and homemade chocolate muffins.  We just tried a new recipe for the chocolate muffins and tested it last week and they turned out terrific.


Along with testing out this new recipe, we tested a new muffin pan, too. It is the OvenArt Bakeware Silicone 12-Cup Muffin Tin.  It is made of high quality European silicone - there are no fillers to cheapen it's quality and performance.  The silicone bakeware from OvenArt is totally safe to cook with, BPA-free, filler-free, and worry-free.  We found no taste difference from using this silicone pan from a metal muffin pan with paper liners.


No More Need for Muffin Cup Liners

This silicone muffin pan has high glossy totally smooth interior or the muffin cups, food, even sticky items, come out easily although it is recommended that you very lightly grease the cups before adding your mixture.  All that we have cooked with this pan so far has come out perfect.  In our old metal muffin tins, we had to buy liners to ensure that our muffins and cupcakes came out nice.  No more buying those muffin liners now.  What a cost saver this silicone muffin tin is from OvenArt!


Because of the high quality of silicone that OvenArt uses in its bakeware, the silicone muffin tin is quite flexible.  Yet with the construction of the silicone muffin tin, the extra supports between the cups on the underside keep it sturdy enough to where everything keeps its shape while cooking.  OvenArt uses no plastic fillers in their bakeware to lesson the quality.  Those plastic fibers in lesser quality pans, over time, can produce odors and will compromise their nonstick performance.   

Cloverleaf Rolls just popped right out!

How To Cook Using Silicone Baking Pans

OvenArt has given some recommendations on how to cook with silicone baking pans.

Place the bakeware on a cookie sheet before filling the cups for easy oven transfer.

Lightly grease the cups of the muffin pan using oil, butter, or baking spray.


Wipe away any excess batter from the top of the muffin pan for easier cleanup.


Place the cookie sheet on the middle oven rack and bake according to the recipe. Check for doneness using a toothpick.  If needed, feel free to add a couple of minutes to baking times until desired browning is reached.


The silicone cools quickly and will be cool to touch within a couple of minutes of removing from the oven. Pop out your baked goods with your fingers by pushing up from the bottom of the cups.





We are going to be baking quite a bit this Easter in this silicone muffin pan from OvenArt.  You can, too!  It's easy as the OvenArt Bakeware Silicone 12-Cup Muffin Tin is sold right at Amazon for a great deal - Free Shipping with Amazon Prime (and for orders over $35 if you don't have Amazon Prime). 


For more information on OvenArt Bakeware visit their website at www.ovenartbakeware.com.  Go to their website, sign up for their newsletter and receive a coupon code for 25% off this same 12-cup silicone muffin tin that I reviewed!

What are you planning on baking this Easter?




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10 comments:

  1. Those look delicious! What a great post on using silicone. I've only used the little muffin cups, but with this information I might get some more to use.

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  2. I think I need to get one.

    Ella

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  3. I tried to get that one, but was denied. :( I really need one of these so I'll stop burning myself when I cook. I'm always burning me. aughhhhhh I'm always making muffins or biscuits. I love to cook I have to say that. Thanks for the review. Fantabulis!~

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  4. I like the idea of silicon. I'm sure it would be easier to wash too.

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  5. Good review on a product worth checking into!

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  6. I need one of these, we have the metal pans and getting the cleaned up afterwards is so hard and awful.

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  7. I have been hearing good things about this item. I would love to have one. I have metal pans and cleaning them up is not fun.

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  8. Thanks for the review, I often wondered if the silicone muffin pans would be too flimsy to hold the batter, but you addressed my concerns with the extra silicone around the bottom and placing the pan on a cookie sheet before trying to move a filled pan. Makes sense.
    trishden948(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  9. It seems really great, lots of pros. But I'm wondering on how easy it is to clean? Does the material make it easier or harder to clean?

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    1. With not much sticking to the silicone, it is very easy to clean.

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