Mom Knows Best : I Love Using Globally Good Silicone Baking Cups For My Egg Muffins! & A Giveaway

Sunday, March 1, 2015

I Love Using Globally Good Silicone Baking Cups For My Egg Muffins! & A Giveaway





I love making egg muffins for breakfast. I remember the first time I made them and the mess they made. I used a regular muffin tin and greased it very well. The egg muffins got stuck in the muffin tin and it took forever to get the tin cleaned. I soak my muffin tin all day but I still had a hard time getting it clean.





    I found a better way to make my egg muffins! I now use Globally Good Silicone Baking Cups when I make my egg muffins. The muffins slide right out after baking and clean up is a breeze. These silicone cups are amazing! These colorful cups save you money as they reusable, unlike muffin papers. You just place them in your muffin tins or on a cookie sheet. There is no need for greasy, sticky sprays, just fill and bake. The stickiest of recipes will pop right out.


These silicone cups are FDA approved, BPA free, and stain resistant. They are safe to use in the oven, microwave, freezer, and dishwasher. They have many uses beyond muffins too. You can use them for cupcakes, kids snacks, making chocolates, mini cheesecakes, candles, ice cream treats, and more. I just love the way my treats look in these silicone cups! I now make my egg muffins more often as no more mess involved with these cups.






Broccoli and Cheese Egg Muffins

1 cup cooked broccoli, chopped into small pieces
6 eggs, beaten
3/4 cup shredded cheddar cheese
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon black pepper

Makes 6-8 muffins

Place the silicone cups on a cookie sheet or in a muffin tin. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
Combine all ingredients in a bowl and mix well. Dived the egg mixture evenly between the silicone cups. Bake for 25 minutes or until eggs are set.




Giveaway

I have a set of Globally Good Silicone Baking Cups to giveaway to one of my readers. Just enter on the form below and good luck!





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"These opinions are my own and I received the above mentioned product to write this review."

99 comments:

  1. I would use them for muffins.
    Brittney House

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  2. I would use them to make cupcakes.

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  3. I've been wanting these for awhile. I bake a lot so this would be great to have!

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  4. I would make cupcakes with these baking cups.

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  5. My Mexican corn bread would look good in these.

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  6. I'd use these for muffins and mini quiches.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  7. I will use these for my cornbread muffins.

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  8. I would use them for zucchini nut muffins. I make them and freeze them, then pull out a few at a time for breakfast.

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  9. I would use them for like EVERYTHING!

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  10. I love making egg muffins. What a good idea to use these muffin cups for that. I bet cleanup is so much easier.

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  11. I'd use these for fruit muffins!

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  12. I would first try the egg muffins with them. Last time I made some in a regular muffin pan it was way too messy. These look like they would work beautifully.

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  13. I'd make meatloaf muffins! We love those!

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  14. I would use them to make muffins for breakfast.

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  15. I would make cupcakes for the grandkids. We have such fun baking together and they can decorate their individual cakes.

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  16. This is such a great idea! I would definitely make omelet muffins.

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  17. I would love to try your recipe for my daughter, I would try ham, cheese and egg for my son!

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  18. I would try my hand at an egg mcMuffin with these cups. Great for portion control and good to grab for breakfast on the run.

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  19. What a cool idea - never thought of using them for that!! Would definitely try this recipe! :)

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  20. I would use them to make pecan pralines.

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  21. I would use them to make pecan pralines.

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  22. I like making cupcakes so I love these!

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  23. I would make chocolate chip muffins

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  24. I would make some muffins for my family. ;)

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  25. I love how colorful they are. I would make my meatloaf-veggie muffins.

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  26. I would use them for cupcakes for a birthday we have coming up
    addictedtorodeo at gmail dot com
    Ashley C

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  27. I'd use them for cupcakes, muffins, mini quiches and any of the other great ideas that have been talked about! I love the colors!

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  28. Great use for these! I have just used them for cupcakes, even more brilliant is putting them in the muffin tin.

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  29. I would use these for cupcakes!

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  30. i would use them for muffins

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  31. Muffins sounds so delicious right now! I love these cute cups! The colors are so vibrant and adorable! Plus they're super easy to clean! thanks for sharing!

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  32. I would use them for baking cupcakes. :)

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  33. Pinned: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/289285976040535975/

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  34. I make muffins nearly every single week, I would like to use those.
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  35. I would make blueberry muffin, my favorite

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  36. I would use them for different muffins, cupcakes, and even things like egg cups and mini lasagnas.

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  37. I would use these liners to make delicious cupcakes =)

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  38. Oh wow I have never heard of these before and they definitely sound great! I'll have to check them out!

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  39. I love silicone cups too. I use them to make breakfast muffins and cupcakes for the kids.

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  40. muffins, cupcakes, and I need to make some cinnamon rolls that require the use of muffin cups too ...

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  41. To be honest I would normally think of cupcakes, but I think I would try your recipe for egg cups-yum!!

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  42. I would make omlets, cookie tarts, brownie tarts, mini pot pies, and mini fruit pies. I have been trying to find these, and had only seen them once, then I went back the next day to buy them, and they were sold out. LOVE these!

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  43. I would use these baking cups for my crustless mini quiches! No matter how much I grease the muffin pan they always have egg sticking to the sides. These would definitely help with cleanup .

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  44. i would use them for muffins

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  45. I would use these to make delicious blueberry muffins.

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  46. I would love to use these just to make cupcakes and muffins. I haven't tried them yet, but heard many good things about them.
    prizewinner at hotmail dot com

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  47. I would use them for cupcakes, muffins and corn bread.

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  48. I would use these to make banana muffins, cupcakes and breakfast in a cup.

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  49. Pinned this giveaway on Pinterest.

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/384705993145441173/

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  50. My daughter loves baking...we have one set, but can always use more! They make for a very colorful birthday party table!!

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  51. I would use these to make mini quiches.

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  52. I love the recipe ideas here but my first thought is that I would use them for cupcakes and muffins.

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  53. I would use the to make muffins and cupcakes. Love how they are a nice bright, fun colors.

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  54. Vera Wilson said

    I use for both muffins and cupcakes. Clean up a breeze.

    snoopysnop1 at yahoo dot com

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  55. My kids love to make and eat banana muffins - we make them once a week!

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  56. I would use these to make muffins, cupcakes, mini cheesecakes, biscuits, and meal muffins. Thanks for doing the great giveaway! :)

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  57. They would be really helpful when I make muffins

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  58. I would use them to make cupcakes.

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  59. I would love to use these to make cupcakes. They are so pretty and functional! I've been wanting something like this for a long time!

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  60. I would use them to make giant Ice Tea ice cubes to keep the big dispenser cold at parties!

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  61. I would make my egg and muffins in these cupcakes, the colors are so adorable

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  62. I would use them for baking muffins and individual cheesecakes.

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  63. For banana Chocolate chip muffins!

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  64. We have apple trees, so to bake apple muffins. Yum

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  65. I would love to make some cupcakes for my husband!

    Carly D.

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  66. I would use these for when my nieces come visit. They love to bake cupcakes and muffins every time.

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  67. I would use them on my whole wheat chocolate chip muffins.
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  68. I've never used them but love the way they look. I'm not really up to date on the newest of baking items, I'm still old school

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  69. i would use them for muffins first me and my son love muffins

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  70. I would use these to make muffins and cupcakes.

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  71. I would use them for our daily muffins.

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  72. I would use them to make cupcakes, and they'd also be great for holding snacks for my children!

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  73. I would make some blueberry muffins.

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  74. I would make chocolate chip muffins!

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  75. I would use them for cupcakes and muffins!

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  76. I would bake up some apple cinnamon muffins!

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  77. I would use these to make muffins and cupcakes.

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  78. I would use these to amke chocolate cupcakes.

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  79. I would use them to make cupcakes and muffins just to name a few things to make in them.

    Sarah Oswald

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  80. I would use them when I make banana muffins or when I make cupcakes.

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  81. I would use them to make banana muffins with chocolate chips in them. They stick so bad in the muffin pan because of the chocolate chips but these would really help.

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  82. I pinned it. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/498632989969428617/

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  83. I would use these cups to make muffins for my husband to take to work for breakfast.

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  84. I love these! I would use these baking cups to make muffins and cupcakes!

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  85. I would use them for cupcakes and muffins l love to bake

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  86. I make a lot of banana blueberry muffins - these would be great!

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  87. I make cupcakes all the time so I would use these to make them. I would also use them to make corn muffins.
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  88. I would use them to make corn bread muffins, yum!

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  89. I would use them to make chocolate cupcakes filled with cream cheese and chocolate chips in the center.

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