Just In Time for Christmas Baking….
Here are just a few ideas I’m thinking of right now:
♦ Personal pan pizzas
♦ Bake pancake batter in it and slice it into strips to dunk in syrup
♦ Use in toaster oven to make hot sandwiches (yes, it can go in the toaster oven AND the microwave!)
♦ Your favorite cookie or bar recipe for a small batch
Use your imagination…you’ll use this over and over. It’s just like the pizza stone; the more you use it the more seasoned it becomes and the better your stone-cooked food will be.
You could also use it for those once monthly (ahem) times when you need to bake something chocolate and you don’t want to share with anybody else damnit.
Did I just say that??
Speaking of pizza stone! I have to take a minute to brag on mine. I received mine as a gift about 6 years ago and I LOVE it. My pizza crust comes out perfect every time. I have also used it to broil salmon, chicken, and steak….I typically set my oven to low broil and the stone does all the work. As you use it, the stone becomes seasoned from cooking on it and it just adds to the flavor of your food.
I also have the pizza cutter that is fabulous. I’ve found that it has so many other uses than just pizza. I decided to make homemade pasta recently and I used it to cut the dough into strips, which made it so much easier and faster. (It also makes cutting your dessert bars and brownies a breeze.)
Onto the giveaway for the bar pan…
To enter, comment on this post: What’s your very favorite Christmas party recipe to make? You know, the ones you take to office parties, family get-togethers, etc. To double your chances, like us on Facebook. If you’ve already done that, tweet us your recipe! Good luck!
Thanks so much to Jenny Carden for sponsoring this giveaway. Please visit her online Pampered Chef website here to check out her wonderful kitchen goodies. Their quality really is superior an she’s an extremely knowledgeable consultant.
Contest ends at 9:00 P.M. Central Time, Thursday, December 9th. Winner will be announced Saturday, December 11th.