Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Giveaway & Review: The Pyramid Pan!

 I'm always trying to eat healthier. So when I heard about a cool new pan that can reduce fat in your food (while it cooks) - I had to know more! The Pyramid Pan (As Seen On TV!) is a fat reducing silicone mat that allows air to circulate under your food and allows fat to drip away. This also means your food will be crispy! No more soggy french fries that don't cook evenly!

This non-stick silicone mat is  16.25 x 11.5 inches and can be cut to fit any pan. It's microwave, dishwasher and oven safe and can also be used as a drying rack, trivet, pot holder and more!

The pyramid pan is perfect for anything from chicken nuggets to pizza to onion rings. I love to cook bacon in the oven and I usually set up a cookie sheet on top of a baking pan. Now I can use the Pyramid Pan and it will do the same thing, only with less mess! I can just throw the pyramid pan in the dishwasher and be done! Love it!

Want to win your own Pyramid Pan?

One lucky Frugal & Fabulous reader will win their very own Pyramid Pan! Please enter to win using the rafflecopter below:
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suburban prep said...

Bake french fries

annemarie said...

I would use if for anything I want crispy - chicken nuggets and fries would be great this way.

Mrs. Rogers said...

I'd like to try french fries and pizza.

1froglegs said...

Our kids eat a lot of bakes snacks like pizza rolls, corn dogs, cheese sticks, fish filets, etc, so this would be great for all of those.

Rachelle Anderson said...

I would use it to bake French fries

Anabel said...

I'd love to bake salmon on it!

guru said...

I would broil steaks, yummy.

Jessica Peeling said...

Chicken nuggets! jessicapeeling@yahoo.com

Jennifer said...

Hawaiian pizza :) and easy cleanup just makes it even more enjoyable :)

Christina said...

I would love to try a pizza on it! Or homemade chicken strips

Jennie said...

I'd cook fish on it. Yum.

Melissa said...

Breaded chicken or biscuits. Both seem to get overly done on the bottom.

frecklefacecakes said...

id cook everything! lol, i mean, bacon? cookies?

judy mitchell said...

fish and chips

jakiesmom said...

Broiled chicken

Bonita Buckley said...

mmmm home made french fries

coriwestphal said...

I bake my bacon in the oven, and I'd love to give it a try on this. I'm thinking half the fat would drain off! Amazing!

Cori Westphal
coriwestphal at msn dot com

Sharon said...

Baked sweet potato fries!

Jessica Wyatt said...

I've never made bacon in the oven, I'd love to try that!

corey1971 said...

Maybe Pizza (CoreyOlomon at gmail dot com)

Yona Williams said...

I'd like to cook healthier chicken (boneless skinless pieces with a little crisp on the outside)

Idaho Jill said...

baked chicken nuggets would be great!

lmurley2000 said...

I would cook things like bread, chicken, fries

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