Sunday, April 27, 2014

OvenArt Bakeware Silicone Muffin Pan Review

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

I recently got a really nice silicone muffin pan to use from a company called OvenArt Bakeware. If you are like me, I can't stand to have my baking goods stick to the bottom or sides of whatever pan I am using. So, I was very excited to try out one of these new silicone baking pans but didn't want to buy one in case it was all hype! Now, I know that they really do work and can save a lot of time in the kitchen and in my baking.


  • Silicone muffin pan crafted with 100% BPA-free, filler-free, and worry-free premium silicone
  • Remarkable nonstick performance without the need for toxic chemical coatings
  • OvenArt's signature Frustration-Free Cleanup lets you bake more, clean less, and finally say goodbye to soaking and scrubbing
  • Will never produce awful smells or muffins that taste like plastic unlike lesser silicone bakeware
  • Standard cupcake pan / muffin tin size: 12.8 x 9.7 x 1.2 inches, each cup holds 2.5 ounces and measures 2 3/4 inches across.

  • I love that it's so easy to clean up afterwards by just wiping it clean and you are done! I love not having to spray something in my muffin/cupcake pan anymore or using the cupcake liners either! So, you will also save some money on having this really great product in your kitchen. No more scratches or rust spots to contend with either.
    Gosh, Mike would be bad about putting my bakeware up without checking to see if any water was anywhere and by the next time that I needed it, there was the rust!
     As you can see, it's not just muffins and cupcakes that you can make in this super easy Silicone Muffin Pan!

    You can also make cute little quiches or any other type of food that you like to portion out. Such as cornbread, cheesecake, Paleo egg muffins, taco cups, crab cakes, mini lasagnas, and frozen desserts.

    And you don't have to worry about whether or not it will stand up to extreme temperatures. It's safe for the oven, freezer, microwave, and dishwasher. This muffin pan is also protected by the OvenArt "Better Muffin" Guarantee for lifetime assurance against product defects and performance issues.

    General Tips for Baking With Your Silicone Muffin Pan

    - Place the bakeware on a cookie sheet before filling the cups for easy oven transfer. For thick batters like corn bread, you may not need the help of a cookie sheet.
    - Lightly grease the cups of the muffin pan using oil, butter, or baking spray.
    - Place the cookie sheet on the middle oven rack and bake according to the recipe. Check for doneness using a toothpick.
    - If needed, feel free to add a couple of minutes to baking times until desired browning is reached
    - The silicone cools quickly and will be cool to touch within a couple of minutes of removing from the oven. Pop out your baked goods with your fingers by pushing up from the bottom of the cups.

    And now for the biggest news! My readers will get to use a coupon code to get 50% off of the Silicone Muffin Pan! Yes, you heard me right! Please use this code when you are checking out to receive your 50% off: R678YBBS

    About OvenArt Bakeware:
    OvenArt Bakeware is crafted from the highest quality materials and used by bakers who value time, energy, and the simple joys of baking.

    All of our silicone baking products are made of premium silicone and contain zero filler material. By taking no compromises in design and construction, we've created bakeware that is nonstick, easy to clean, and will help you create enough delicious goods for a lifetime.

    Silicone bakeware products vary in their sturdiness from one manufacturer to the next. OvenArt Bakeware products are very flexible, maybe even "floppy", compared to silicone bakeware you'll find in stores because we opt for a silicone that is free of cheaper, plastic filler material -- sturdiness in a silicone pan almost always comes from the addition of plastic fibres!

    Manufacturers like to use plastic filler to lower costs and consumers may initially think a sturdy silicone pan is good. However, over time, the plastic fibres can produce odours and will compromise nonstick performance.

    This is why we opt for the highest quality silicone that is free of any filler materials and recommend the simple solution of placing the pan on a cookie sheet before filling with batter for easier oven transfer. We only want the best baking experience for our customers. We have a 100% customer satisfaction priority at OvenArt Bakeware and stand behind our products with a full refund policy.
    You can buy your OvenArt Bakeware Silicone Muffin Pan on Amazon. Use the code that I gave you place your order!

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


    diane said...

    I've had my metal muffin pans for 28 years, so you can imagine what they look like. My mom gave me some silicon liners, and they're okay, except they're kind of a pain to clean with all of the ridges inside of them. My concern with purchasing these pans was the possible plastic taste they might leave. Thanks for pointing out that's not the case with these pans.