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And now… on to the giveaway!

Silpat & Roul'Pat Giveaway

I’ve been a fan of Silpat® non-stick baking mats for a long time, ever since I first saw (an often-used and very well-loved) one in my aunt’s kitchen. Although the first one I bought myself was (disappointingly) the wrong size for my cookie sheets, ever since then they’ve been in indispensable part of my kitchen. I recently purchased a second, one for each of my half-sheet pans, so I can churn out perfectly-baked cookies twice as fast. As much as I love baking with parchment paper, nothing beats the convenience and miraculous non-stickiness of a Silpat® (I mean, macarons? I won’t bake them on anything but). Speaking of macarons, a little birdie tells me that Sansa Demarle is soon to be releasing a special macaron baking mat with printed circular guides for perfect, even-sized macarons. To say I’m excited would be an understatement.

The Roul’Pat® is a newer product that I am equally as thrilled about. It’s basically a giant Silpat® that serves as a non-stick work surface. Whereas before, when making pie crust or pizza dough, I had to lug out the heavy marble pastry board or big wooden cutting board to use as my work surface. The Roul’Pat® is so much more convenient, and not to mention takes up much less space in the cabinet too.

One lucky winner will receive one of each of these fabulous products: a half-size Silpat® Non-Stick Baking Mat (valued at $26.95) and a full size Roul’Pat® Non-Stick Countertop Workstation Mat (valued at $54.95). I promise you, these two products will quickly become some of your favorite tools in the kitchen.

So what are you waiting for? Click through to enter to win!

Giveaway is now closed. Thanks for entering!

Congrats to the Kristin, comment #127, for winning this wonderful non-stick mat set!

The fine print: No purchase necessary. Giveaway open to US residents only. Void where prohibited. Winner will have 48 hours to respond otherwise an alternate winner will be chosen. Bonus entry requirements will be verified if selected as the winner, otherwise an alternate winner will be chosen. Giveaway sponsored by Sasa Demarle/Silpat®. While I received one Roul’Pat® to review, I’ve purchased multiple Silpat® baking mats of my own accord. As always, all opinions written are purely my own.

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  1. I would make strawberry scones.

  2. I love silpats and could use a new one. I’d make gluten free graham crackers on this! And we are constantly making homemade pizza, so the Roul’pat would be perfect!

  3. I would make whole wheat pizza dough!

  4. I’m an email subscriber

  5. Signed up for the newsletter.

  6. I would make some Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk Cookies!

  7. Well, since you mentioned macarons, I think I’d try those first! I’m up for the challenge!

  8. I’d try out macarons again – parchment paper was just NOT cutting it!

  9. I’m an email subscriber

  10. I am subscribed for the newsletter.

  11. Thank you for such a wonderful giveaway!

    The first thing I would make on my new Silpat® non-stick baking mats would be your classic whoppie pies. Yum, yum!

  12. I like you both on Facebook!

  13. I like both pages on FB

  14. I like both L&OO and Silpat on FB.

  15. I Follow @loveandoliveoil and @MySilpat on twitter! And I tweeted about the giveaway.

  16. I would bake some “alfajores”, this silpat will be the perfect tool for such a soft melt in your mouth cookie and dulce de leche filling.treat

  17. I have a set already, but I’d love to give one to my boyfriend who loves to bake, and is currently going through a lot more parchment paper than he needs to :)

  18. Wow! I’d finally take the chance and bake the croissant recipe from my cousin!! Don’t have a Silpat, and would really love one! As for being able to roll my pie dough “effortlessly”, that would be wonderful also, as I now use (ugh!) a formica table. Not easy folks!

  19. I subscribed to your blog!

  20. I would love to bake some parmesan cheese tuiles. They are so lovely and delicate.

  21. Hmm, I think I would make scones first, though I’d have to figure out the whole cutting thing…

  22. I subscribed via email!

  23. I would make our favorite chewy coconut cookies – yum!!

  24. i would make chocolate chip cookies

  25. i like you on facebook

  26. I would try making some sticky caramel cookies – gotta put those new goodies to the test! :)

  27. You’re on my iPad bookmark!

  28. This is exactly what my kitchen needs! The first thing I would bake is my new favorite recipe: strawberry, raspberry, rhubarb pie. I make it entirely from scratch and I must say, it’s delicious!

  29. Homemade pretzels! I have odd counter space and was not able to roll out the dough the way it should have been because i did not have enough space. The Roulpat will certainly be used to help with kneading and rolling dough for baked goods :)

  30. I have a Silpat I like to use to bake cookies. I would try out the Roulpat with making a pie crust.

  31. I receive your emails!

  32. I already adore and follow @loveandoliveoil.
    I just signed up to follow @MySilpat on twitter
    And I just sent a tweet about the giveaway!

  33. These are totally on my birthday wishlist! I would make some big honking Monster Cookies. The best!

  34. I like both pages on Facebook.

  35. I’m already subscribed to receive your post via e-mail! :)

  36. I followed on Twitter and tweeted!

  37. I’d make rosemary flatbread!! Yummy!

  38. I am a new follower of you and Silpat on Facebook!

  39. First order of business: Pie Crust!
    It’s PIE SEASON. Our U-pick blueberry patch opens July 1st!

  40. I’d use the silpat for cookies and the roul’pat for bread!

  41. I would make a homemade strawberry & rhubarb pie :)

  42. I will make Chocolate “Cowboy” cookies – made with oatmeal and chocolate chips and toffee bits. Yum.

  43. also, I’m already a subscriber and huge fan :)

  44. I all ready subscribe by email.

  45. I would make a strawberry rhubarb pie. You have to love this combination in the summer.

  46. I’d bake chocolate chocolate chunk cookies. My fave!

  47. I already subscribed.

  48. Biscuits, of course! I’m thinking it would be a good time to try out some sweet potato biscuits.

  49. Definitely a pizza of some sort… have been obsessed with grilled pizza since summer began. :)

  50. I would make a gluten-free pizza crust!

  51. I’d probably make a batch of chocolate chip cookies! I’ve also been wanting to try making bread in my tiny kitchen.

  52. I’d bake some oatmeal chocolate chip cookies.

  53. I’m a subscriber.

  54. subscribed!

  55. Ooh I’ve been working up the nerve to create a gluten free version of my molasses cookies, I could use it on the cookie sheet. Or my pizza rolls that always require me to flour up a big area on my counter!!

  56. Would love to bake my kiddo’s fav chocolate chip cookies on these non-stick goodies :)

  57. liked both pages on facebook!

  58. I follow you and Silpat on Twitter and Tweeted: https://twitter.com/Dinky_Diner/status/350630666565718017

  59. Liked you both on FB !! I always love to see your posts on FB :)

  60. I subscribe to olive oil already

  61. Would love to bake some Biscottis for the hubby !! He loves them with his coffee :)

  62. some caramel with bacon and pecans

  63. I would make a batch of macarons immediately!

  64. I like you and Silpat on FB.

  65. I would make my Grandma’s chocolate chip cookies!

  66. email subs criber

  67. And I like follow you both on Twitter. Oh tweeted too!

  68. Like both Love & Olive Oil and Silpat® on Facebook.

  69. Already a fan on Facebook too!

  70. My daughter is turning 2 in a couple of months.. so may be will bake some Sugar Cookies as party favors :) I made them for her first birthday and they were a huge hit… so will definitely bake them and decorate with royal icing, this year too !! :)

  71. Already get and love your newsletter :)

  72. I would make cottage cheese pancakes in the oven. Yum!

  73. Like you both on FB ;)

  74. I think i would make some coconut macaroons!

  75. Will bake some shortbread cookies for my friends :)

  76. I’d bake scones!

  77. I think I’d make cut out cookies! I’ve been wanting to try adding fresh chopped cherries to them, with maybe a little cherry juice in the frosting… yum. :-) Adding twitter and I’m already subscribed!

  78. Parmesan crisps with fresh herbs! I’ve been wanting to make these for years, but I don’t have a Silpat, and I’ve read that even parchment paper can be no match for the melty, crispy goodness of Parmesan crisps. :)

  79. I would make some cookies….probably snickerdoodles, YUM!

  80. Pizza doughs or macarons!

  81. I would make french macarons!

  82. I would bake cookies, of course! My daughter loves sugar cookies and my son and hubby love chocolate chip. So, a batch of each would be in order if I won!
    Thanks for the chance!

  83. I get the newsletter too!

  84. This would be wonderful to use with my upcoming handpie project. I need to make 75 for my upcoming wedding.

  85. I already follow both on twitter and I tweeted!

  86. Parmesan crisps!

  87. I subscribed, too!

  88. I’d make cheese straws — they’re savory and crunchy and delicious, but they stick to the pan like crazy. Nothing worse than cleaning baked-on cheese off a baking pan. Can’t wait to use a Silpat and save myself the difficult clean up!

  89. Also, I’m subscribed to the email list, and I “liked” on facebook!

  90. Hi, i’m already subscribed! =]

  91. SCONES! I have been trying to perfect them for some time now and a nonstick work surface would be PERFECTION! I live in a rented apartment, so working right on my countertops kind of creeps me out. I mean….someone else has BEEN there….. :)

  92. I already follow you both on twitter!

  93. Oops, need a separate one for each bonus entry — I’ll count that last one as the email list entry, and this one as the facebook like entry!

  94. I already LIKE you both on fbook!! :)

  95. I have been living in Nepal for the last two months, subsisting on restaurant food or meals I can make on a one burner stove. I leave for home tomorrow. With these, I would immediately make the cornmeal lime cookies from thekitchn.com that I have been craving since May 13, when my sleeping bag was infested with fleas at 13000ft and I still did my job and stabilized a sick baby for transport then ran down 3000ft in altitude in 2 hours with parents to the helicopter. In 4 weeks when my freshmen move in, I will use the cookie sheets to make them cookie chip cookies, apple gouda cookies, gluten free chocolate quinoa cookies, and vegan chocolate cranberry cookies for my freshmen and their parents on move in day.

  96. I just subscribed to your blog via email! :)

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