Baking (and Clean Up) is a Breeze with OvenArt Silicone Bakeware!

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

I’m a baker. I could spend hours perusing the recipes on Pinterest for cakes, cookies, breads, muffins, and more! Coming up with new creations and re-inventing old ones is what I enjoy most about being in the kitchen. Well, that and eating whatever just came out of the oven. My least favorite part about baking? Clean up.

Baking always leads to a mess in the kitchen for me. A sink ful of dishes, a counter (and maybe a kiddo or two) covered in ingredients, and of course, a pan waiting for an atomic scrubbing with a dose of super hero elbow grease. My muffin pans have been busy over the last few years and it shows. Remnants of past baking adventures remain and the non-stick coating seems to have gone on vacation. I’m left with a 12 cup pan lined with baked-in food particles that just won’t come off despite my best efforts. The state of my muffin pans really discourages me from baking the next batch.

But, I recently got the chance to try baking muffins with a 100% silicone muffin baking pan from OvenArt Bakeware. I’ve shied away from using any silicone bakeware before because they seem floppy, less durable, and almost like they would melt in the oven?

Here’s the scoop: I was completely wrong. I won’t go back to my traditional metal muffin pan, ever. While these silicone muffin pans are really flexible, even kind of floppy, there’s a good reason. Did you know that most manufacturer’s use a cheap silicone made with a plastic filler material to make their silicone pans seem sturdier? The problem is eventually those pans break down because of those filler plastic fibers and that can produce a not so pleasant odor. No thanks! I’ll stick with my quality OvenArt bakeware!

OvenArt Bakeware, shot by Gustavo Toledo, Styled by Sandy Harris

I’ve used this OvenArt Bakeware silicone muffin pan almost a half dozen times now, and every single time, the muffins literally slip out of the pockets. There is no chiseling around the edges with a butter knife, no bottom half of the muffin stuck inside the pan, and best of all? Clean up is a cinch. These BPA-free pans are dishwasher safe, but honestly they just need a swipe in warm soapy water to be completely clean and ready for the next round of baked goods!

Here are a couple of helpful tips when using OvenArt silicone bakeware:

  • Place the bakeware on a cookie sheet before filling the cups to reduce the risk of spills
  • Grease the cups with a light coating of butter, oil, or baking spray
  • oven, freezer, microwave, and dishwasher safe
  • Baking times may need an additional minute or two and, my absolute favorite thing?

these silicone baking pans are cool to the touch within just a few minutes of being out of the oven!

When the kids are helping in the kitchen it’s really great to know that these pans will be much safer around the kids. No screaming hot pans around little hands! I’m definitely a silicone bakeware convert. I wish I’d made the switch sooner. It is so much easier and more kid-friendly! I can encourage the kids to scoop batter in the pockets and even help topple out the freshly baked muffins. My kids are loving the quick cool down because they always want to frost cupcakes within seconds of the timer buzzing!  You can find these user-friendly non-stick silicone muffin pans for sale right on and reasonably priced at just $17.95 and they qualify for Amazon Prime free shipping too!

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3 Responses

  1. Birdiebee says:

    I would love to own one of these. I no longer have a muffin tin as the metal one rusted and did not want to use it.

  2. I’m a little old school.
    I still have my old metal muffin tins.
    I’m worried that the silicone ones will be flimsy.
    Do you have to put a cookie sheet underneath them when you use them?

    • JessicaH says:

      I had the very same concerns about these silicone pans…but when filled they really are a lot more sturdy than you’d think! I do use a cookie pan underneath (which accounts for having to add a few extra minutes baking time), but you wouldn’t necessarily have to either. I really was pleasantly surprised at how well these work…and clean up is awesome, so much easier than scrubbing out my metal pans!

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