A couple of weeks ago I received one Grazia Silicon 24 Cup Mini Muffin Pan, free, to review on my blog. I was excited to be offered this review, because as it turns out, I did not have a muffin pan of any size!
The Silicon 24 Cup Mini Muffin Pan made entirely up of silicon, no added fillers are involved! It can be heated up to 450 degrees fahrenheit. It far exceeds both US FDA and European LFGB standards. It can be used in the oven or microwave, and is also freezer and dishwasher safe.
Cooking instructions include:
- Wash pan with warm water before use.
- Apply a thin layer of non stick spray before first use and in-between use for multiple batches
- Place pan on sturdy baking tray to make silicon try easier to handle.
Cooking don'ts include:
- Do not use over open flame.
- Do not cut pan or use sharp objects in pan
- Do not use abrasive soaps or scouring lands.
Honestly, I loved this pan. I made Pot Pie Muffins (recipe to follow) in it, and not one of my muffins were stuck to it. My muffins popped right out of the pan, with no trouble at all. I feel that the mini size can help with portion control, not to mention how cute everything turns out!
Now for the recipe:
To test out the muffin pan, I made Pot Pie Muffins. Wow, were these yummy. I could eat a whole tray of them of I want practicing self control!
- 1 Can- Cream of Chicken soup
- 1lb-Cooked, Cubed Chicken
- 1- Bag of Frozen Mixed Veggies
- Garlic Salt to taste
- 1 Can- Refrigerated Buttermilk Biscuits
- Heat oven to 400
- Cook chicken until done.
- Mix cream of chicken, frozen veggies, and garlic salt in a bowl, add chicken when done.
- Place biscuits in muffin pan, form to side of walls. If you use a mini muffin pan you will need to split each biscuit in half and use half a biscuit per muffin.
- Fill quickly, the biscuits tend to expand when left out.
- Place in oven for 20 minutes, or until golden brown.
- Let cool a few minutes before eating, they will be hot!
My cat thought it would be fun to help, and ends up getting cream of chicken soup on his face, in a place he couldn't lick it off. This is his face of shame.