Chinet Nonstick Disposable Bakeware Review & Giveaway!

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THIS GIVEAWAY IS OVER!
 
Here’s a product that we can all use!  Especially with all of the family get-togethers coming up.  There are Graduations, BBQ’s, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Memorial Day, and 4th of July just to name a few.  As much as I love to bring my pot luck dishes in a cute baking dish to someone’s house, I usually put it in a disposable pan so I don’t have to worry about taking my baking dish back home. Plus, I don’t have to wash the pan after!

Chinet has just come out with this new set of disposable nonstick bakeware and they’re giving away this set to one of you!  This is what you’ll get in this collection:
 

two rectangle pans w/ lids (9 x 13 x 2)  3.5 qts.

three large oval pans w/ lids (7 x 11 x 2)  2 qts.

three small oval pans w/ lids (7.25 x 9.25 x 2)  1.5 qts.

three square pans w/ lids (8 x 8 x 2)  2 qts.

 

 

I had fun testing out these pans over the weekend.

 

 

I love the nonstick finish!  It is definitely a plus!

 

I made a Lasagne in the rectangle pan.  The lasagne sheets fit perfectly.

 

 

I put this together Sunday night.  I came home from school on Monday, popped it right into the oven for an hour (uncovered)….

 

 

and this is how it came out!

 

With 3 people at home, we got two meals out of this.  Yep, I didn’t have to cook for 2 nights!

There was no sticking and no mess to clean up!

 

 

This small oval pan was the perfect size for my left over sauce and meatballs.

 

 

I wrapped this up and put it in the freezer for my son Matthew.  Next time he comes home, he can take it back to Boston with him!

 

Check out the new Chinet Bakeware!  It goes from the freezer to the oven and is made up of 90% recycled material. I highly recommend it!

 

 Would you like to win this great collection of Chinet Bakeware?

 

Here’s what you need to do to enter!

 

Mandatory Entry: What dishes would you cook up in this bakeware? Be sure to comment below. Don’t forget to include your email address in the designated email box in your comment.

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*THIS GIVEAWAY WILL END ON THURSDAY, MAY 10th AT 5 PM EST!  THIS GIVEAWAY IS OVER! It is open to the U.S. only. The winner will be chosen by random.org and will be contacted by email. Please respond within 48 hours or a new winner will be chosen. To be fair to everyone, the comments not meeting the requirements will be deleted. Good luck!

*I received a collection of Chinet Bakeware for the purpose of this review/giveaway. The comments in this post are 100% my own.



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  1. 1

    Rebekka S says

    I would make my daughter’s pasta bake that she created, she’s 12 yrs old and loves to cook, also I would make tamale pie and chicken tortilla bake…Thank you

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    Jean Peters says

    Would be great to make baked pasa ahead of time for trip up north to friends cabin on the lake.

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    kira says

    I so need these! where can i buy them. I like make ahead meals on facebook and chinet on facebook. I want to freeze a bunch of meals and have them ready to go.

  4. 34

    jengd says

    We have a neighborhood picnic/party coming up at the end of the month. This would be ideal for whatever it is I made- probably a sheet cake. Sorry, haven’t figured out what I’m taking yet, just know this would be ideal. :)

  5. 54

    Christina Tong says

    I will cook up Lasagna in this bakeware and another one is chicken with broccoli casserole. Yum!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    attct[at]aol[dot]com

  6. 78

    Charlotte Moore says

    I am a follower of Make Ahead Meals For Busy Moms and never miss a post by email.

  7. 112

    Patty says

    I’d like to make a freezer meal for a friend with a new baby. Probably a casserole of some kind.

  8. 121

    Suburban prep says

    I would make my quiche I make for brunches in this. It would be perfect for leaving with the hostess.

  9. 124

    Patricia Wojnar Crowley says

    I would make lasagna and my famous brownies! These would be wonderful for holiday gift giving too!

  10. 145

    Andrea D. says

    I would make lasagna and some casseroles in these dishes so I could freeze them. Thanks for the chance to enter.

  11. 174

    Sue says

    I would make french toast casserole, corn casserole, broccoli casserole, and mexican lasagna.

  12. 199

    Brn2lisn says

    I would use these for so many things: Mac&Cheese, Eggplant parm, potato salad its limitless

  13. 253

    ewhatley says

    I would definitely cook lasagna in these pans. Also have a chicken, peach, parmesan dish that I take to pot lucks – these pans would be perfect for that, too.

  14. 271

    says

    First , thank you very much !!Lillian for sharing this page.!!! xoxo!!

    I want to make* Spinach Lasagna with White Sauce* and a juicy succulent peach cobbler in this pans!!

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    says

    My daughter is getting marroed on July 21st. I would use these for the rehearsal dineer that I will be cooking for on the night before the wedding. Oh my gosh, these would come in so very handy!

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    Richard says

    3 dishes we cook regularly at home and bring to family dinners: Lasgna, 5-cheese baked macaroni and green bean casserole.

    I would like to see how it handles “Sanora Chicken Bake” (rotel, velveeta, shredded cheese and grilled slice chicken breast).

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    Jennifer says

    I’d make lemon bars, casseroles,baked fish and chicken with potatos onions and carrots, all kinds of carrot, zucchini, raisin bread, meatloaf,lazagna, you name it! Mostly, I would like to make a chocolate cake for my husband’s 40th birthday in November<3

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