Food getting stuck to baking trays and foil is always a pain. I’m a regular user of foil and tend to cook easy dinners on it (you know the ones from the freezer – chips, nuggets, pizza and such like!) but I always find a little corner or edge of food always sticks somewhere and I then spend the next few minutes picking off the little silver bits of foil – arghhh!
This is where Bacofoil comes in with it’s super non-stick power, along with a little trick that I’ve learnt. Who new that it was the dull side of the foil that is non-stick? Well neither did I and I always cook on the shiny side of foil, but having learnt this fact I was eager to try it out, not to mention it’s healthy benefits as no oil is needed and also reduces the amount of washing up – got to be a bonus!
We’ve had a few disasters with pizza over the last few months with the edges getting completely stuck to foil so I knew that it was a pizza that I wanted to do the Bacofoil Baco-shake challenge with. Remembering to use the dull side of the foil I watched my pizza cook in the oven then grabbing my oven glove I took it out ready to do the Baco-shake.
You can watch it below here:
Well I think the results speak for themselves – it was like a miracle, the pizza just slid around the foil and lifted off with no foil attached whatsoever. I love this product and it will be a staple in my kitchen from now on.
Why not give the Bacofoil Baco-Shake challenge a go for yourself and share it with them on either their Twitter or Facebook pages along with the hashtag #BacofoilBacoShake
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