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Pyramid Pan and Siliconezone Heart Pan Giveaway

First of all, Happy Valentine's Day! I hope you have a great day with your loved ones. : )
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The Pyramid Pan
I was recently sent some new kitchen products to try out called The Pyramid Pan and a SiliconeZone Heart Shaped Cake Pan to try. I love trying out new kitchen products so this was a fun review!

I had never heard about The Pyramid Pan before so I had to learn more about it:
This clever cooking mat, constructed with PBA-free, superior grade silicone and topped with 556 mini pyramids that elevate cooking foods up and out of lakes of grease and fat. Instead, the nonstick Pyramid Pan acts as a convection oven, allowing heated air to circulate under and around food keeping the texture and crispness intact or enhanced, but allowing foods to lock in juice while cooking evening — but directing and diverting extra fats and grease off and down via the pyramids — making for a cleaner, more efficient and effective cooking process — and simplifying cleanup.  

You'll find foods cook evenly with less need for turning and the mat easily accommodated higher oven settings (up to 425 degrees) This microwave or oven-safe tool is well-suited for fresh or frozen meals (the inventor was inspired during the process of cooking pre-frozen fish sticks for his toddler-aged son).  The flexible, dishwasher-safe Pyramid Pan mat rolls up tightly for easy storage — even when not needs for oven duty, use if as a trivet or potholder — the exceptional heat-tolerant properties of this superior grade of silicone stands in for multiple uses.  Fits inside standard baking sheets and jelly roll pans, but can be cut or trimmed to size, if desired.

I love making food as healthy as it can be so I look forward to helping make my baking healthier and getting rid of extra fat.
 Siliconezone Heart Pan
The heart shaped Siliconezone pan is perfect for Valentine’s Day or anytime you want to show your sweetie that you love them. You can make a dessert in this silicon pan or other items. It is heat tolerant and allows for even cooking. It costs less than $20. My husband is sick right now for Valentine’s Day (boo) but I will make him something soon in here. I’m thinking chocolate chip cookie bars.
Giveaway
The giveaway will be for one Siliconezone Heart Shaped Pan and The Pyramid Pan to one reader of The Nutritionist Reviews.
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22 comments:

  1. I'd love to make a cake for my little one with the silicone heart pan

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  2. I would make a cake for my sweetie with the heart pan. I would try some chops on the pyramid pan.
    heymissvirginia at embarqmail dot com

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  3. I would make a cheesecake with the heart pan!

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  4. I would love to make my hubby his favorite cake in the heart pan!

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  5. i would make a heart shaped cake in the heart pan

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  6. I would make a carrot cake in the pan. My favorite! Yum

    Love3570@aol.com

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  7. Id make a nice chocolate heart cake

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  8. I would make a heart shaped brownie.
    Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

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  9. I'd bake a chocolate cake with my 4 year old with the heart pan!

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  10. I would make Red Velvet Cake in the heart shaped baking pan.

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  11. I would make a strawberry cake in the heart pan.

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  12. I would make heart cake for my hubby

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  13. I would make make a two layer heart cake for my friend's birthday

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  14. I would make a chocolate heart cake for mother's day.

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  16. I would make my hubby's favorite Corn Bread in the heart pan. Ain't he lucky? LOL

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  17. I would make a Red Velvet Cake in the Heart Pan.

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  18. i would like to make fried (baked) chicken!

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  19. I would make brownies in the heart pan

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  20. I would make a carrot cake with a cream cheese frosting in the heart cake mold.

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