First Time Mom and Losing It: Easy Cupcake Cooking with the OvenArt Silicone Muffin Pan

Thursday, May 1, 2014

Easy Cupcake Cooking with the OvenArt Silicone Muffin Pan

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


I love baking in muffin pans because it helps with portion control for me and is the perfect size for a toddler meal. I have made breakfast cupcakes, creamy chicken florentine, mini meatloaves and toddler friendly banana chocolate muffins.

I hated used muffin tins before because no matter how many times you grease a pan they still tend to stick and make a mess especially with my breakfast cupcakes. I started cooking my breakfast cupcakes in silicone individual cups but that was kind of difficult to do because sometimes you would have to carefully fill them to make sure they wouldn't tip over. The ones I have also have a fluted cup so it was difficult to clean in the little crevices.

My problems were solved when I got to try the OvenArt Silicone Muffin Pan. It is a safe, BPA-free, filler-free, and worry-free silicone bakeware. I love that it is safer to use than metal pans with a non-stick coating that can come out and leach into the food after frequent use.

I have used it make all of the recipes above and it is super easy to clean with a sponge and detergent. No soaking required!

You can also use it to individually freeze leftovers and microwave it to heat it up. You can't do that with a metal pan!

To order a pan for yourself and get a 50% discount click on this link: http://www.amazon.com/OvenArt-Silicone-Bakeware-BPA-Free-Nonstick/dp/B00CNVBCLK/and use this code 5VK8SNJ3.

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.

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34 comments:

  1. I have one of these and I love them. I made corn muffins the other day

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  2. I've always wanted to try silicone bakewear, it looks awesome but I've just never gotten around to it. Looks like I may have to give it a whirl the next time I decide to channel Martha Stewart lol

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  3. My wife actually went out and got this somewhere so she can make cupcakes.. She says it works well..

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  4. I have been wanting to try these! But was afraid they wouldn't be very good. Thanks for the review, I will getting on now!

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  5. I love the silicone it makes cooking and baking easy. great post

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  6. We have this kind of cupcake trays but in aluminum. I miss our little bakeshop
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  7. i never even thought about using muffin pans for portion control... :D

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  8. I love that! I love cooking things in cupcake pans, but stuff sticks to aluminum!

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  9. I love products that are easy to use and easy to clean!

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  10. Thanks for sharing. I may just need to order this pan. I have heard good things about them.

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  11. These are the BEST for cooking!! I want to get another one!

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  12. Where have these been all my life? LOL

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  13. I've always wondered about these pans. They look decent. Amber N

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  14. I love that you can use this in the microwave.

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  15. Awesome. This should be truly handy to use in the oven.

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  16. I've always preferred metal pans, but you're making me have a change of heart. I learned new stuff from you today and this is my favorite: "You can also use it to individually freeze leftovers and microwave it to heat it up. You can't do that with a metal pan."

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  17. I really need something like this... easy to clean!

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  18. I wish I saw one of these bad ones in action.. but this is totally something I need for sure!

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  19. I saw these in the supermarket... and God knows why I didnt buy it .... Seems I need to go back again!

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  20. yeah it is very organized in using muffin baking pan.

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  21. We also tried out the OvenArt pan, if any of your readers want to see it in use: http://www.sahmreviews.com/2014/04/ovenart-bakeware-muffin-pans.html

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  22. Thanks for your honesty and for the recommendation. I will think about it whether to buy and avail of the 50% discount.

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  23. I have always wanted to try these, I'm glad you loved them!

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  24. These didn't last very long for us.
    might have to give another set a try.

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  25. I think this is much easier to maintain than regular cupcake molds.

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  26. Not done baking in ten years but If I do I will have to try silicone bakewear!
    Have a great day1
    - PD

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  27. I purchased a bunch of these last week. I'm going to be baking up a bunch of stuff for my son birthday party.

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  28. I really prefer silicon pan over the tin one. It's easier to use and maintain. I like the leftover freezing idea!

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  29. This pan is nice! My cupcakes always stick. This seems to be a must have.

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  30. I love these kinds of pans. It makes it so much easier.

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  31. Silicon rocks over the tin ones and I need to get like five of these

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  32. I really like this! And I hope it's really easy to use too!

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