The Crazy Kitchen: Great British Bakeware - Review & Giveaway

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Friday, 14 September 2012

Great British Bakeware - Review & Giveaway

I'm a sucker for Kitchen gadgets, utensils and bakeware and in my opinion you can never have enough baking tins - apart from the moment when you need the one at the bottom of the 'tin cupboard' and everything falls out with a huge crash and you yell 'why have I got so many tins'. One day I'll have one of these though....


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 When the people from George Wilkinson contacted me to ask if I'd like to try out some items from their Great British Bakeware of course I jumped at the chance as, like I said, you can never have enough baking tins, especially muffin pans.


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Manufactured in the UK the Great British Bakeware is the latest collection from George Wilkinson. There is a wide range of non-stick products - sandwich tins, pie plates, yorkshire pudding tins and much more. All the items in the range are coated with GlideX, and exclusive, innovative coating which makes cleaning a breeze. The coating is scratch and flake resistant and virtually indestructible and is bonded onto the bakeware to make sure it performs like new with each use. If that isn't enough, the pans are dishwasher safe and come with a 15 year guarantee.


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I've put my pans through their paces recently making cheesecake and muffins, amongst other things.


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If you want to be in with a chance of winning your own set of pans - Springform Cake Pan, Loaf tin and Muffin pan, please complete the Rafflecopter form below.



a Rafflecopter giveaway

I was sent the pans for the purpose of this review

7 comments:

  1. I would make Nigella's and Orange loaf cake as it always comes out great!

    Amazing prize for us baking mad peeps! And you can never have too many pans, tins, trays and moulds!

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  2. Baked vanilla Cheese cake

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  3. I would make salmon cheese cake n lemon drizzle came yum yum

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  4. The first thing I would make is a big squishy chocolate Orange fudge cake adorned with ghostly ghouls and cobwebby goodness .... For a good old ghoulish knees up

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  5. Coffee cake, yum!

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