Eco-Foil Pans and T-Shirt Giveaway!

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THIS GIVEAWAY IS OVER!  THANKS FOR ENTERING!

 

I use A LOT of foil pans when I freeze my make-ahead meals.  So when I had the chance to review Eco-Foil Pans, I was a very happy camper!  Now that I know where I can buy Eco-Foil Pans, I will no longer feel guilty about disposing my foil pans because Eco-Foil Pans are the first and only aluminum baking pans and trays made from 100% recycled aluminum materials!

Eco-Foil is a revolutionary new foilware product designed to give consumers like you a convenient and affordable way to reduce your carbon footprint, live greener lifestyles, and do your part for the environment! Not only is it made from 100% recycled aluminum, but it is also 100% recyclable after use — making it part of a phenomenon called “closed-loop recycling.” When you purchase and use recycled Eco-Foil products, and then put them in your recycling bin to get recycled again, you complete the cycle — the aluminum is then re-made into another new recycled pan … and the cycle just goes on and on and on!

Eco-Foil offers a variety of products to choose from, including roasters, baking pans, and a broad line of favorites ranging from King Roaster® with handles (a Handi-Foil exclusive) to the Cook-N-Carry® line of pans with lids. All made from 100% recycled materials — even the plastic lids. Eco-Foil is the perfect eco-friendly choice for all your baking, roasting or grilling needs —and a great way for you to save natural resources and protect our earth, one pan at a time.

You can find Eco-Foil at major grocery chains and mass market retailers nationwide where Handi-Foil is sold. If your local retailer isn’t carrying Eco-Foil yet, tell them you care — and ask them for Eco-Foil products today!

 

I was very happy with The Eco-Foil Pans.  I made a Lasagna in their heavy duty Roaster Pan.

 

I used another Eco-Foil Roaster Pan for a Chicken Bruschetta Casserole.

 

I highly recommend Eco-Foil Pans when you want to freeze your meals ahead or for potluck dinners when you don’t want to worry about taking your baking dish home.  I’m not the “greenest” person around, but from now on, I’m buying Eco-Foil pans so I can reduce my carbon footprint!  If you go to the Eco-Foil website, you can find out what stores carry Eco-Foil Pans in your location.  I did!  :)

 

***Giveaway!***

 

Would you like to win this Eco-Foil Pan Variety Pack and T-Shirt (Value up to $30)?

One winner will be chosen.

 

 

Mandatory Entry: Name a recipe or two that you would make in these Eco-Foil pans if you won them.  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 Wednesday, July 6th at 6:00 pm ESTTHIS 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!

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Comments

  1. Alissandra Kelsch says

    These would be perfect for my GodMother’s lasagna that I make in double & triple batches to freeze!

  2. MelissaJane says

    I make enchiladas with leftover chicken, and I want to make that chicken bruschetta casserole you pictured. These would be great for that.

  3. Carolyn Kesinger says

    I would make our family’s chicken spaghetti and my chicken enchiladas. Yum Yum I follow your e-mails and am on your facebook. Keep up the good work!

  4. Virginia says

    I would make Mexican Popover Casserole. I also would love to roast anything in the roasting pan – love throw away and no mess.

  5. Kris I. says

    I would make lasagna in one of these pans; they are also good for cakes that you need to bring to a party!

  6. Nancy says

    Lasagna rolls. I cook lasagna noodles and use custom add in’s to suit the tastes of my family. Grilled veggies, ground beef, sausage Black beans, etc. Easy to customize with a base cheese mixture and sauce.

    My Recycling bin is always bursting while my track can is 1/2 empty! I would love to win this!

  7. Terri S. says

    I like to use these to bring a large pan of baked ziti or a pan of chicken parmigiana and a pan of spaghetti covered in homemade tomato sauce to my mother-in-law’s or to my sister’s house for special occasions.

  8. Kim says

    I would make lasagna and enchiladas. I just learned how to make both a few weeks ago and used one of these pans for the lasagna. I am sure the enchiladas would be great cooked in one too.

  9. Tina Yoshi Blundetto says

    I would totally make artichoke chicken in them! Also, a sheet cake to make a mario stage on!

  10. Laurie says

    I have a wonderful, but heavy, spinach & chicken lasagne recipe that originally came from Julia Child that really needs a foil pan that’s heavy.

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