Cooking and Baking with Stoneware

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healthy baking, cooking, non stickCooking and Baking with Stoneware as a Safe Non-stick Option

 

With all the news reports and information we have now about the materials in pans and baking dishes, we know that most of these types of baking pans contain toxic materials that can end up in our food. Yuck!

What is a safe solution to bake with?

Cast iron skillets are amazing! We love our cast iron skillet for cooking on the stove and sometimes a small dish in the oven.

Another option is stoneware! 

Pampered Chef has a full line of stoneware products from muffin tins to large baking dishes. These are the perfect addition to a natural kitchen for healthy baking and cooking. Plus when baking with stoneware, every dish will turn out well and be evenly cooked. Your food won’t burn and they are easy to clean! 

You can even season them just like you would your cast iron skillet. I prefer to season with coconut oil. To season, you just heavily coat your dish in oil and bake in the oven for 30 mins at 350. The beauty is the more you use it, the more non-stick it becomes! 

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From Pampered Chef “(The stoneware is) Made from natural stoneware clay, each stoneware piece distributes heat efficiently for even baking and browning.”

Pampered Chef shares about Stoneware:

  • No preheating — just place food on Stoneware and cook. (Dense frozen foods like meat should be thawed first.)

  • Absorbs and retains heat for even baking and golden crusts.

  • Draws moisture away from food so it cooks light and crispy.

  • Virtually nonporous, so it doesn’t retain oils, odors or flavors.

  • Microwave-, freezer-, conventional and convection oven-safe.

  • Nonstick “seasoning” builds up with every use: the darker it looks, the better it cooks!

I’m hosting a Pampered Chef Online Party, so you can get your chance to order these amazing products yourself! <<<< Just click here

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More reviews about Pampered Chef Stoneware from Keeper of the Home. 

 Have you tried Pampered Chef Stoneware yet? What do you think? What are your favorite Pampered Chef products?

 

**** Disclaimer: If you buy from my Pampered Chef party, I get the benefits of a normal Pampered Chef host with points towards free items. This does not impact your prices at all. ****Also, if you don’t live in Richmond, Va, make sure that you ship items to your house and not the host’s house. Or you will have a long drive to pick up your items. 

 

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My name is Angela. I have been married for 14 years and have two little girls (with another little on the way!) I’m a speech therapist by trade but started my own business from home 4 years ago. I am passionate about healing through nutrition, natural medicines, cooking with whole foods, and natural parenting. I strive to honor God with everything I do.
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  1. I’ve used Pampered Chef for years and absolutely love it. I have never seasoned it, however, and I love that idea. It’s wonderful to cook and bake with. I’ve had pieces for more than 20 years that are as good as new! 🙂

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