Cookworks Signature Silicon Baking Set Reviews
Product Type: Cookworks Kitchenware
Description:Brand: Cookworks / Product Type: Baking Set / 10 year Guarantee / Loud 85dB alarm / Low battery warning.
Newest Review: ... from Argos for £19.99. The set includes two sandwich tins (20cm diameter), a muffin/cake tray (28.5cm) and a loaf tin ... more
by - written on 25/06/11 (Very useful, 46 readings)
Since I have got engaged I have turned into a bit of a domestic goddess (dont laugh!) and have been dong loads of home cooking and baking in a bid to save some money. I will admit that I am not the best cook in the world but have been giving it a go and enjoying it a lot. I was moaning one day to my fiance that I wanted to get Cookworks Signature Silicone Baking Kit as I loved the look of it but was a bit skint. I dont know if it was because he was tired of me moaning about it (probably this reason) or wanted me to make him some buns but he bought me it and gave me it as a little gift. I was really delighted with it as I had wanted it for a while and as red is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/10/10 (Very useful, 20 readings)
I really enjoying baking, it is my favorite hobby. I am by no means an expert, and very much still a beginner, but theone thing I didn't enjoy about it was metal cake tins. I just couldn't get the amount of greasing quite right. I would either 'shallow fry' my brownies, or end up with them stuck firmly to the tin. Needless to say, my presentation was never perfect! My Aunty bought this silicon set for me for Christmas. It came around with the book fair at her work and she paid approx fifteen pounds for the set, which includes two shallow round trays, a loaf tray and two muffin trays. They are all the same colour, red. The silicon feels funny. It is a soft osft ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/05/10 (Very useful, 67 readings)
I love baking, my cakes are always well received and I enjoy making them so when my cake tin started to leak a year ago I was stuck. I looked about trying to find a spring form tin and couldn't find one that wasn't (on the rare occasions that I would come across one) horrendously expensive. I had searched on Argos' website before but did again as they had new and different stock with the catalogue change. There on the screen before me was a silicone baking set for £19.99. I wouldn't have spent that on one tin but it was a set of two sandwich tins (can I call them tins?!), two mini muffin trays and a small loaf tin. They are bright red, easy to find ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/06/12 (Useful, 15 readings)
I am new to the cooking and baking world and thought I'd give silicon a try, as I was sick of things sticking to "non stick" pans and trays. I bought this set from Argos for £19.99. The set includes two sandwich tins (20cm diameter), a muffin/cake tray (28.5cm) and a loaf tin (27cm). All of which are dishwasher safe. I first tried out one of the sandwich tins and made a frittata. I was mortified as I realised whilst it was in the oven baking that I had forgotten to put oil in the tin before putting my mixture in, as the recipe stated, and thought it would all be stuck to the tin and it would be a disaster. To my delight, the ... Read the complete review
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