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Friday, November 21, 2014

Holiday Baking The Non-Stick Way With Frazoni Silicone Baking Mats - Review & Giveaway - ends 12/2 US



Thanksgiving is almost here, and if you are like us, you are making a list of all the mouthwatering foods you will be serving.  There are so many items that we will be cooking on a baking sheet, and one of those items is going to be fresh baked rolls.

If you have ever baked fresh bread, you will know that you must grease the pan before you let the dough rise, or you are going to end up with the bread sticking to the pan.  With all the bread that we bake, several batches a week, that is a lot of cooking spray that we go through to keep the bread from sticking to the pans.  We just baked a batch of fresh rolls, and had fresh baked pizza yesterday, but we used NO cooking spray and the bread did not stick to the pan.  How is that possible?  We used our new Frazoni Non-Stick Silicone Baking Mat.


The Frazoni Non-Stick Silicone Baking Mat is perfectly sized (11 1/32" x 16 17/32" [28x42cm]) to fit a standard US half size baking sheet (18" x 13") which is the typical size of cookie sheet or jelly roll pan that most people have.  It does have beveled corners that make placement and removal from baking sheets easier. It is practical and has just enough tack that it won't slip around on your baking pan.


Cook healthier and bake better since you don't need to add extra fats like cooking spray just to keep your food from sticking to the pan.  The Frazoni baking mat will improve the results of your cooking because it distributes heat evenly across the pan.  This will also keep your food from burning.  Silicone is an inert material and is BPA free, which means that the Frazoni mat will never leave any smell or taste in your food.  It will never deform or curl even if you roll it up for storage.


Do you use parchment paper instead of cooking spray?  I know for a fact that it's not an inexpensive option to keep using.  Just buying one of these will save you so much money in the long run.  Use foil?  Well, foil sticks and you do have to use a cooking spray as well.  When cooking with the Frazoni mat, you will never need to use parchment paper, foil, or cooking spray.


Cleanup is never a problem.  With the silicone non-stick mat, all you need to do is wash it in the dishwasher or hand wash with soap, water, and a soft sponge.  Let it air dry.  You can store it rolled up, flat, or right inside the baking pan ready for your next cooking adventure.  If properly used, the Frazooni mat will last 2000 times or more.


Here are the rolls that my son made last night.  He just laid the rolls on the clean mat with no cooking spray, let them rise, then popped them into the oven at 350˚F degrees.  (The mat can withstand temperatures if -40˚F to 480˚F [-40˚C to 250˚C].)


After about 20 minutes, they came out of the over looking perfect.  Of course my son made super soft bread as he usually does.

Just an extra side note:  You can use this mat in the microwave as well, and since it can withstand very cold temperatures, you can use it in the freezer.  Also - never cut anything on this mat as it is not a cutting board!  About the only things that I was disappointed with was that the mat did not come in a box for storage.

No matter what you bake - bread, pizza, candies, meat, pastries, etc - nothing will ever stick to the Frazoni Non-Stick Silicone Baking Mat.  CLICK HERE TO BUY THIS ON AMAZON! for only $9.95.  At this price, buy several for yourself, or would be a perfect gift for any cook on your Christmas list.  Lifetime Guarantee!  If you are ever unhappy with the Frazoni mat, your money will be refunded.


Giveaway: One person is going to with this essential silicone baking mat from Frazoni.  This giveaway is open to US residents 18+ only, and will end on December 2, 2014.



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97 comments:

  1. I would use this in place of putting a price of tin foil down on the pan. Could be used for garlic bread, pizza or biscuits.

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  2. This would be perfect for the biscotti that my husband makes for his family each year.

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  3. I would bake cookies first I think. Just to try it out.

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  4. I would make some snickerdoodle cookies with my son.

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  5. My dad loves chocolate chip cookies. I hate making them because they always stick. I would try this out for those.

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  6. I will make chicken , meatballs , french fries

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  7. I would use it for baking everything... especially cookies =)

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  8. I'd probably make cookies, or something similar. Maybe bacon.

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  9. I would bake Christmas cookies. Maybe chocolate chip, sugar and peanut butter.

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  10. I would make macarons! Yummy!
    mmjohnson555 at gmail dot com

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  11. I use it to bake biscuits , french fries and most bread items!

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  12. I'd make cut outs on it! It makes it so much easier when you have something like that!

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  13. I will make my homemade peanut butter cookies with this mat.

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  14. Above all else, I have learned to prepare many things by my mother as a child, but an injury has her unable to perform normal activities. With the choices that in which I'd prepare; the White Chocolate and Mint-Peanut Butter Squares is among the top of the list! That said, with winning a prize like this it will even be an honor to share with other's that of what was used / how they can obtain a mat.

    computertech2you@live.com

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  15. We will definitely make our famous home made fry bread with this!

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  16. I would like to make Orange and White Chocolate Cookies.

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  17. I would make chocolate chip cookies with the silicone baking mat.

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  18. I would use the non stick mat for baking all of my Christmas cookies.

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  19. I would make some chocolate chips cookies and some snickerdoodle cookies.

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  20. I would make cookies, cinnamon rolls and biscuits.

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  21. I would use this mat to bake round breads, cookies and delicious berry tatrs.

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  22. I would use this to bake our homemade pizzas! And of course home made cookies!

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  23. We'd bake cookies for our sons upcoming birthday

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  24. I would use this for macaroons - they can really stick to the pan if you don't grease it well. This would make it so much easier.

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  25. More like what wouldn't I make my one I have now is so discolored and torn!

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  26. I would use the cooking mat when I bake Christmas cookies.

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  27. Tell me what you would make using this mat. Please answer in 8 or more words because Google may think you are spam.

    i gotta try some chocolate chip cookies..then i might try some pizza bites

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  28. I would make chocolate chip cookies!
    jessica edwards

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  29. I would use this baking mat for cookies. I am so tried of seeing them stick.

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  30. I have wanted one of these for so long!!! Fingers crossed!

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  31. This would be awesome when I make pine nut cookies, they are very sticky and I use a lot of parchment when I make them.

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  32. My first thoughts are garlic bread and of course cookies.

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  33. I would make my famous Russian Tea Balls for Christmas.

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  34. I would use it to bake cookies, dinner rolls, and oven baked fries. But I think mostly cookies. :)

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  35. I love to bake, so I'm sure I would use this for multiple things including rolls and cookies. It would be interesting to try it out. :)

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  36. I would make Christmas Cookies using this mat especially thin sugar cutouts which often break trying to lift them off the cookie sheet.

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  37. I would use this to make cookies. I would also use them for making rolls and biscuits.

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  38. I would use it the most to bake cookies, but would also use it for breads, strudel, etc.

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  39. I make these really thin Florentine cookies that I think would come out better on a mat like this.

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  40. I would either make peanut butter cookies or chocolate chip cookies with walnuts. Yum!

    Love3570@aol.com

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  41. i would probably start by making cookies with this. then maybe more cookies!

    danielle marie xdanimarie(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  42. I would definitely use it to bake cookies so they don't stick to the baking pan! But I would think it would also be great for homemade potato wedge fries and roast vegetables that stick to my roasting pans.

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  43. It would probably be my chocolate, chocolate chip cookies. Thanks, Happy Holidays

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  44. i would probably make some homemade peanut brittle! thanks!!

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  45. Claudia Davis aka Welcome To My World
    I would make roasted string beans with cranberries and a garlic sherry vinaigrette...my fav side for t-day.

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  46. I would use this when I make cookies. I like that you can clean it up in the dishwasher

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  47. I would use it to make my chocolate covered pretzels.

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  48. This would be really great to use to make cookies or to heat up a pizza or bread. It looks like an awesome product.

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  49. I would make my homemade mint chocolate chip cookies.

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  50. I'd pretty much use it for everything, I bake a lot!

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  51. I would bake lots of peanut butter cookies.

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  52. I would bake some peanut butter cookies because i'm craving some right now

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  53. I have wanted one of these for a long time. I would make hamburger buns, which always stick.

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  54. I would make some spice cookies that are awesome for Holiday time!

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  55. I would make Christmas sugar cookies with my nieces.

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  56. I would make oatmeal raisin cookies to take to work.

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  57. I would either make Christmas Cookies or my husband would use it for his rolls and bread recipes. Thanks.

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  58. I would use this to make some tasty cookies for us all.

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  59. I would make snickerdoodles by the tens of thousands! Yummy! ;)

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  60. I would use the mat to make Christmas cookies. My girls and I have a tradition of making tons of cookies for everyone we know and for some people we don't know. We give cookies to the postman, their teachers, the local firehouse, mission and visit and a few mission around town too.

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  61. I plan to make peppermint dream butter cookies on these mats!

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  62. I would try using it for sugar cookies first.

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  63. I would use this mat for baking my holiday cookies!

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  64. I would make homemade sugar cookies for Christmas.

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  65. i would make my peanut butter oatmeal cookies. they are my favorite.

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  66. I'm going to bake cinnamon rolls for Christmas.

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  67. This would be perfect for those sticky coconut macaroons I bake.

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  68. I would make some Christmas cookies for our upcoming holiday party!

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  69. I would love to use this mat to make my homemade pizza.

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  70. I would probably make orange cream cookies as soon as I got it.

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  71. I would make garlic bread and cookies but definitely not at the same time!

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  72. i will use this to bake biscuits and cookies on

    lmurley2014@yahoo.com

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  73. I make a lot of holiday cookies this time of year so I would make some sugar cookies.
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  74. I bake a lot of cookies, this would be great

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  75. I would use it to make chocolate chip cookies.
    Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

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  76. I would use the mat when baking Snickerdoodle cookies and fudge this holiday season.

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  77. The first thing I would make would be chocolate chip cookies.

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  78. I would make some Christmas sugar cookies with my grandma's recipe.

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  79. I would make my Christmas cookies for our Christmas in the cabin getaway!!

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  80. I would use it for baking my favorite baked items... mostly cookies

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  81. I would bake chocolate chip cookies

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  82. The first thing would be a batch of cookies

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  83. I would make some snickerdoodle cookies

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  84. I use it to bake biscuits , french fries and most bread items! - See more at: http://royalegacy.blogspot.com/2014/11/holiday-baking-non-stick-way-with.html#sthash.9TGRcV7h.dpuf

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  85. I would use this to make my christmas cookies it would be great to keep them from stick I love this!

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  86. I would use this to bake Peanut Blossom Cookies.

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  87. I plan on making as many different kinds of cookies for the holidays as I can on this mat.

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  88. Because cookies are what I make most often, that is probably what I would use it for! (:

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  89. I would make chocolate chip cookies and crescent rolls and lots of other things.

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  90. Chocolate chip cookies with hershey kisses and lots of mint

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  91. I'd make some homemade biscuits. And I wouldn't burn the bottoms! Woot!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

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  92. Cookies, cookies, cookies! I probably shouldn't make that many cookies, because seriously, non-burnt cookies are my weakness.

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