FlexiPan Giveaway from Demarle

I have found a new love.

Shannon, a consultant with Demarle, sent me a Brioche Tray to try out, along with a perforated baking sheet.   Made from food grade silicone and woven glass, I am thrilled with all I can do with my new tray. It’s one of the easiest kitchen products I’ve ever worked with!

Elias (age 10) and I decided to try our new pan by making some mini Lemon Cakes. I think we chose well. This was so easy to do, and they turned out perfectly!

Those little white clumps would be the powdered sugar that didn’t dissolve. 
That’s what happens when you use organic powdered sugar. 
We ate them anyway without any trouble…
 ;)

My favorite thing about my new FlexiPan? The little cakes popped right out, making clean up soooooo stinkin’ easy! I’m going to start making muffins in these so that I don’t have to use paper liners and so that I don’t have to spend three hours after breakfast scrubbing gunk out of my muffin tins.

My other favorite thing? I read that you can freeze food in these and that the food will pop right out for easy storage. I’m going to be trying that next. I’m so excited. I’m thinking personal pot pies, quiches, sloppy cornbread muffins…

After playing with my new FlexiPan, I went and looked around at the other products on the Demarle website. Someone hold me back.  I’ll take one of everything! Oh wait – does that sound a bit unreasonable? Well then, maybe I’ll take two of everything. ;)

I really recommend that you check into investing in one of these great products to try it out. I love anything that makes cooking and clean up easier. These products fit that criteria perfectly on all accounts.

Today, Shannon is giving away one Large Perforated Baking Sheet and a Bundt Mold. I soooo want one of those. (Or two.)

Interested in winning? Leave a comment on this post to be entered in this great giveaway. For a second entry, like Shannon’s Demarle Facebook Page. For a third entry, place an order, then come back and leave a comment letting us know that you did. Shannon will donate 10% of all sales that are generated to her local food pantry, St. Matthew 25 Care and Share Soup Kitchen in Lafayette, IN.

I will draw a random winner on Friday, October 19. Be watching for a post stating the winner as you will be responsible for contacting me if your name is chosen.

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  1. Ramona says

    I love making extra batches of muffins or cupcakes and putting them in the freezer. Not only does this help with portion control, but they are so easy to put in kids sack lunches. I would love to win one of these.

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  2. Lee Ann says

    I have the mini muffin pan and use it all the time. I used to dread making muffins because of cleaning the pan, but now you just swish it in soapy water and it’s done! I would LOVE more of these products! And….I liked her FB page :)

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  3. Krista P says

    I liked Shannon’s FB page – looking forward to shopping and then coming back for one more entry!! What an awesome product!!

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  4. Kimberly in NC says

    To be able to make cupcakes without liners and easy cleanup would be great! I would love to win something from this line of bakeware! Thanks!

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  5. Kristina says

    I would love to have either of those! I will have to look into this muffin pan…anything to not have to grease &/or clean another muffin pan would be great!

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  6. Amber k says

    We love to bake muffins! My little guy has them for breakfast-it’s one great way for me to hide “good for you ingredients” into something he loves. :o)

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  7. Shelain says

    I have come to look forward to your Giveaways and see what new items there are. Thank you for your generosity.

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  8. Cathy B. says

    I’ve never heard of Demarle before, but their products sound great. I’d love to win and try them out! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  9. Amber says

    Those pans sound amazing. I’ve actually been putting off buying a muffin tin just because they are so difficult. Anything that generates more work in cleanup than it did in cooking just isn’t worth it!

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  10. Meghan V. says

    Looks good! Would love to hear how the freezing experiment worked. Now THAT would be great!

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    Shannon Fritch Reply:

    Hi Meghan,

    A couple of things that I have frozen in my mini-loaf pan are leftover potato
    soup and spaghetti. They make great single servings to take out for a quick
    lunch. I also froze a family size serving of soup in the round mold for a quick
    dinner. Once the food is frozen, you just pop them right out and place in
    baggies. Everything just pops out so easily and cleanup is a breeze! If you
    check out my FB page, you can see pictures of the frozen spaghetti blocks. I’ll
    be posting pix of the soup in a bit, so check back and take a look.

    Thanks!

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  11. Ashley says

    Do you know if they release bad gasses while cooking? I’d love to win one, and try it though :)

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    Shannon Fritch Reply:

    Hi Ashley,

    Demarle is certified Kosher, so it neither absorbs anything nor releases anything
    into your food. You can safely use them in the microwave without worrying like
    you have to with plastic. In fact, I use my round mold to put my veggies in,
    put the octagonal Silpat on top as a cover (no need to add water or liquid of
    any kind) and microwave it for a couple of minutes until they are steamed to
    my desired tenderness. No loss of nutrients in water and completely healthy!

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  12. Lisa says

    I’m nervous about the safety of food-grade silicone, but maybe I can try it and decide! It looks so convenient.

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    Shannon Fritch Reply:

    Hi Lisa,

    Our pans are certified Kosher, so they neither absorb anything into them nor
    release anything into your food. If you would like to see the certification,
    message me and I’ll send you a copy. And yes, they are soooo convenient!

    Thanks!

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  13. Kathleen says

    I love baking- and these would be perfect for the fall/Christmas season! Thanks for the introduction to these products.

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  14. Helen says

    I would love to have them! I checked their prices on the website- my family can’t afford it for now. :(

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    Shannon Fritch Reply:

    Hi Helen,

    I’m not sure what your budget will allow, but you might want to just start out
    with the Silpat if you want to try out the product. It is a cookie sheet liner
    and is great for so many things. Besides the obvious use for cookies, you can
    use it for anything you would put on a baking sheet in the oven. Fresh roasted veggies
    are delicious on them- just sprinkle a little bit of olive oil and salt (the oil
    is only for flavor and to keep the salt on- not to keep the food from sticking)
    and put in about 400 for 12-15 min. I’ve also made Laura’s Homemade Poptarts
    on mine. Any of the jelly that oozed out onto the Silpat peeled right off like
    a fruit rollup- so I guess I made 2 treats at once! You can also use the Silpat
    for chicken or fish sticks, french fries, pretzels, etc. At $12.95 for the small or $$17.95 for
    the medium size, it’s a great way to start out using Demarle on a limited budget.
    (That is actually the first thing I bought!)
    Thanks!

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  15. diana k says

    I love these pans. they are so easy to use and clean. I NEED a mini-muffin pan, a regular muffin pan, and, and, and…. Here’s hoping.

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  16. Kristy B says

    I love to bake, which is good because we are also managing allergies in our family making it necessary too! And I am such a gadget girl, I would love something new to play with in the kitchen!

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  17. says

    I have several different Demarle pans and I love them. I freeze things in my muffin pan all the time and it does just pop right out. Would love to have more!

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  18. Margot C says

    Those cakes look so perfect. I have so wanted one of those pans. I too want everything else on that site as well … note to Santa!

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  19. Yvonne says

    OK, Shannon, I guess that I will have to get to one of your parties!! I was invited to one by a church member, but told her that I would get into big trouble if I went to her party and not yours!!

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    Shannon Fritch Reply:

    Yes Von, you sure will! :) I’ll be having one in November, I’ll keep you posted!

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  20. Emily says

    That’s exactly the type of thing that I know I would love but never think to buy for myself because it’s not absolutely necessary! Would love to give it a try!

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  21. Michelle T says

    I don’t like making muffins for the very reasons you mentioned … I don’t like paper liners, I don’t like the mess if I don’t use them, and I don’t like mutilated muffins. Your lemon cakes look great. I’d love to win!

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  22. 4sweetviolets says

    These look so fun and easy to use, and more sturdy than the plain silicone pans, but with the same benefits!

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    Shannon Fritch Reply:

    I have never used the plain silicone products so I don’t know how sturdy they
    are compared to Demarle. However, since the Demarle pans are flexible as well,
    you do need to have a baking sheet underneath it to keep it sturdy. We
    recommend the perforated baking sheet, which allows the heat to come into direct
    contact through the holes in the sheet with the woven glass in the silicone.
    This is what allows the food to brown so nicely and evenly.

    Thanks!

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  23. brook says

    Oh, I’ve had some demarle products for years and I love them! I use them all the time and would love love love some more!

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  24. Ashley K says

    Oh my! These looks So Amazing… would Love to use these in my kitchen! I’m already dreaming of what I could use them for… would love to win!

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  25. Brighid says

    I have a similar pan (not so pretty though) that I use for freezing pesto or herb + oil “pucks” for later. It works really well for that but I never thought to freeze other things like potpies. Will try!

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  26. Valerie says

    I really want this! I was just given a recipe that calls for one of these pans. How neat to not have to go out and buy one!!!

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  27. Michelle says

    This looks awesome! My muffin pans really need to be kicked to the curb… they’re pretty pathetic looking.

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    Michelle Reply:

    Forgot to mention I also “liked” her FB page.

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  28. Tammy says

    I love, love, love Demarle!!! I got hooked about a year or two ago. There are a few molds left to complete my personal collection (is it ever really complete – just when I think I have all I need, they come out with something new.). :-)

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  29. Kathy says

    These products look wonderful – especially since my least favorite part of cooking is washing pans. I’d love to win!

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  30. says

    Ohhh I would love to win this. I’m taking meals to the cornfields & the guys would think how wonderful that they get their own “little” personal cake! Please pick me. Thank you.

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  31. Lynn says

    would love to win these to share with my daughter in college who loves to bake and share the goodies as a way to relieve her stress! She would be thrilled and so would I!

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  32. Rhoda says

    We need to make brownies for my husband’s work. This would make the job MUCH easier. Thank you for a great give away.

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  33. Susan F. says

    I can see all kinds of possibilities with that pan. What neat shaping. Individual taco salad bowls, cakes, gelatin, on and on. :)
    I’ve got to try your lemon recipe. Love lemon!
    Thanks Laura.

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  34. Carolyn says

    Laura, thanks for trying and recommending a silicone baking pan. I have been wondering about those – safety, etc. Would be great to win!

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  35. Melissa says

    I’ve got 6 silicone cupcake liners and love them, but having only 6 means either lots of batches some still baked in a conventional pan. Would love to add this to my kitchen!

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  36. Abbey Lehman says

    This would be SO much better than the typical silicone baking stuff–the food *tastes* funny when it comes out of those…..Love!! your blog!

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  37. Rae Cicelske says

    this looks great..anything to help clean up easier and I am thinking portion control as long as I don’t eat 4 or 5 or 12

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  38. Charlotte Moore says

    Oh yes!!! I have a weakness for this type of thing. Love kitchen stuff.

    THANKS for the chance to win.

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  39. Tracy G says

    Thanks for another opportunity to win a great product! (No, I haven’t won anything yet, but looking sure is fun!)

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  40. Mandy says

    I have a set of silicon muffin cups and I love them ever so much. I’d love to have a tray! Oh the easy popping of frozen food sounds like fun…yes I know I’m a nerd! Mostly when it comes to food……mostly:) I’d love to win!

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  41. Laura Gregory says

    i love kitchen things! i’m like a kid in a candy store in the kitchen section in any store lol :) would love to win!

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  42. Sharon says

    Just liked her on facebook. Think we could message her and politely mention that “independant” is spelled wrong – should be “independent?”

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