Tag Archives: Baking

Yoshi Grill & Bake One-Ups Miracle Grill Mat – New Product Tuesday

What do baking and grilling have in common? Yes, both produce delicious food, but both also make for a major messy cleanup. How many times have you scraped at your grill grate with a greasy wire brush and given up before it was clean? How many cake pans have you left soaking overnight because it was impossible to get burnt batter out of the corners? Are you ashamed to have anyone see your favorite baking sheets because of their dark, burnt, crusty stains?

Yoshi Grill Mats are just as perfect for grilling, camping, tailgating and picnics as the Miracle Grill Mat, but now you can enjoy the same 100% non-stick, easy-to-clean surface while you bake with the Yoshi Bake Non-Stick Mat. Just like Miracle Grill Mats,  Yoshi Grill & Bake Non-Stick Mats can withstand heat up to 500 degrees and have safe, PFOA-free non-stick surfaces. Best of all, they can be put in the dishwasher or just rinsed off with soap and water – try doing that with your big, heavy grill grate. You can buy Miracle Grill Mats on Amazon, but only  Yoshi Grill & Bake Non-Stick Mats have the Grip N’ Flip Spatula as a special bonus. Continue reading

New Product Tuesday with My Lil’ Pie Maker

My Lil' Pie Maker As Seen on TVMy Lil’ Pie Maker follows in the footsteps of Big Top Cupcake, Perfect Brownie, Cake Pops and many other As Seen on TV products determined to stuff Americans full of sugary, calorie-laden desserts. I don’t know how many calories there are in a home-baked cherry My Lil’ Pie, but a Hostess Cherry Fruit Pie has 480 calories. That’s almost one-quarter of the average recommended adult daily calorie intake. Sorry for the buzzkill. Must be because I just got back from vacation with an additional five pounds of junk food in my trunk. I’ll start over.

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New Product Tuesday with Bake Pop Cake-on-a-Stick Pan

Bake Pop As Seen on TV Cake-on-a-Stick

With the proliferation of foods-on-a-stick at state and county fairs around the USA, it’s not surprising to see the sticky food trend invade the nation’s home kitchens. Hey fondue, kebabs and Popsicles– step aside and make room for the Bake Pop. What you’re buying here are not actual doughnut-hole sized balls of cake, but instead the silicone pan you use to bake up a batch of 18 Bake Pops. You can use any store-bought cake mix. Bake Pops can be festively decorated for holidays and parties, and served without plates and forks for less mess to clean up. The sticks, plus decorating ideas and supplies, are included in the package.

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New Product Tuesday with Big Top Cupcake

Big Top Cupcake is a new product that requires little explanation. Here’s the sitch: It’s a pair of non-stick silicone pans in which you separately bake the top and bottom of humongous cupcakes bigger than your head. From toddlers to centenarians, everyone at the table is going to exhibit extreme gleefulness when a giant cupcake with sprinkles is served for dessert. Except for anorexics and dieters. Depending on choice of mix, filling and toppings, I’m guessing 8,000-12,000 calories in one Big Top Cupcake. And that’s why you never bake a Big Top Cupcake just for yourself, especially on a Saturday night when you’re home all alone feeling sorry for yourself because you’re not in a relationship and you’re sure you’ll remain all alone for eternity. Don’t bake it then.