>U Mom Knows Best: OvenArt Bakeware Silicone Muffin Pan Is A Non-stick Muffin Pan That's Worth It

Thursday, April 10, 2014

OvenArt Bakeware Silicone Muffin Pan Is A Non-stick Muffin Pan That's Worth It

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

I am in love with this red silicone muffin pan as it is great for making great egg muffins. OvenArt Silicone Muffin Pan is a wonderful muffin pan that is truly non-stick. I made spinach and cheese egg muffins in them and they came right out without leaving a mess behind. I once tried to make my spinach and cheese
egg muffins in a metal pan that I greased well and they stuck to the pan. I soaked my metal pan over night and it was still a nightmare to clean up.

OvenArt silicone muffin is made with pure 100%, high quality European silicone and  Food will slide out effortlessly and bake perfectly every time using your safe, BPA-free, filler-free, and worry-free silicone bakeware. Cleanup is a breeze too as the pan cleans up with soapy water or you can even toss it into the dishwasher. No more having to soak and scrub  messy metal pan when you use the wonderful red muffin pan. The OvenArt muffin pan is safe for the oven, freezer, microwave, and dishwasher.

 I had so much fun trying out the OvenArt Silicone muffin pan that, as my son calls it, I went on a baking frenzy. I made quiches, drop biscuits, and brownie muffins all in one day. This amazing red pan is also great for cupcakes, taco cups, mini cheese cakes, and frozen desserts.

The OvenArt pan was so easy to use. I simply brushed a drop of oil in each section of the pan before I poured the ingredients into the pan. 

Placing pie crust circles in the pan was easy too when  I made my egg and cheese quiches. I used a homemade pie crust that I rolled out and cut into 4 inch circles. I then pressed the circles into the pan and pour the egg and cheese filling into them. After baking the quiches were so easy to remove from the pan.

Spinach and cheese egg muffins

8 eggs
12 ounce frozen spinach, thawed and drained
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon black pepper
1/ teaspoon garlic powder

Beat eggs and add remaining ingredients. Combine to mix well. Brush the OvenArt muffin pan with oil and pour 1/4 cup egg mixture into each section. Bake at 400 degrees for about 20-25 minutes or until eggs are lightly brown and knife comes out clean when poked into eggs.

So get ready for stress-free baking and scrub-free cleaning with this wonderful silicone muffin pan by OvenArt Bakeware. This pan is perfect for first-time Silicone Bakers.
New silicone users will love the results batch after batch. They enjoy healthy homemade treats and save on store-bought packaged goods. This high quality muffin pan is protected by the OvenArt "Better Muffin" Guarantee for lifetime assurance against defects and performance issues.

To purchase the OvenArt Silicone muffin pan click on the below link.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


Unknown said...

I want it... it looks so easy to use and looks like it is almost mess free... when you were trying did any of the pastries get stuck... that is my main concern..

Jessica said...

Looks great! No need for paper liners! So many tasty varieties you made!

Buzz4Mommies said...

Awesome, I love this! Baking is hobby of mine and this looks like it would make it easier!

ReviewsSheRote said...

I have a lil baker in my house this might find it's way into our kitchen soon =)

Jamie said...

These look great - baking up here in the mountains can be a pain and this would help stuff not stick - love it!

Ellen said...

Sounds like something I definitely need to try!

Tabitha Blue said...

Looks awesome!!

Unknown said...

That is easy enough. I never used my silicone pans but I have some. Now I know what to make in them. thanks!

Kimberley said...

This looks amazing! I hate, hate, hate scrubbing muffin tins! Thanks for sharing!

Carlos Stevens said...

I’m glad I have taken the time to see this post.

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