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Silpat & Roul’Pat Giveaway

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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 bake double chocolate cookies!

  2. I’d make oatmeal chocolate chip cookies – my favorite!

  3. I subscribed to Love & Olive Oil newsletter and posts!

  4. I would bake meringues, I think!

  5. I would so make my oatmeal-pecan raisin cookies!

  6. I would make the Amaretti Morbidi Cookies you posted the other day, YUM! Can’t wait to try them. I’m also excited about a macaroon Silpat. I love making them and struggle with the perfect sizes.

  7. I’m a Facebook fan

  8. I’ve liked Love and Olive Oil and Silpat on Facebook

  9. I liked both on FB

  10. I’m subscribed to the newsletter

  11. I just subscribed to your newsletter!

  12. I would have my husband make me his chocolate chip cookies

  13. Would love to make a summer berry pie with that Roul’Pat!

  14. My next project is to make meringues. Topped with berries and homemade strawberry sauce…perfect summer dessert!

  15. I would try all kinds of cookies! I usually just spray my sheets, so this would be fun to try.

  16. I’d for sure make macarons!

  17. subscribed!

  18. I would love to make some chocolate chip cookies!!

  19. I would be brave and attempt macarons!

  20. Liked both Love & Olive Oil & Silpat® on FB

  21. I love meringue surprise cookies, one of my grandmother’s recipes, so I think I might start there and then on to sugar cookies, chocolate cookies, drop date cookies, etc…all the old family recipes!

  22. I would bake chocolate chip cookies.

  23. Followed @loveandoliveoil & @MySilpat on twitter and tweeted

  24. Subscribed to both

  25. I’m moving into a new apartment that actually has a kitchen in 2 weeks and the first thing I’m going to do is bake chocolate chip cookies!

  26. I would bake Oatmeal Raisin cookies.

  27. I have been dying to try my hand at making pralines. I’m doing them for our wedding favors and want to do a test batch or two first… It would be so much easier on the silpat!

  28. I would make good old fashioned chocolate chip cookies!

  29. I’d probably try my hand at croissants. I’ve been dying to make them for a while now, so what better recipe to start with!

  30. Like Love and Olive Oil on Facebook. Liked Silpat on Facebook.

  31. I’d bake Jessica’s Cinnamon Chocolate Scones from How Sweet It Is :) Yum.

  32. I’ve been dying to make a cherry pie lately…

  33. I subscribed
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  34. oh I would make the most delicious chocolate chip chewy cookies, they are so good, so chewy, salty and chocolaty, yum! :)

  35. Cookies, I would make cookies.

  36. signed up for the newsletter – can’t wait to read more!

  37. And follow you both on Facebook!

  38. Tweeted:

    Start your ovens! I just entered to win a non-stick baking set from @MySilpat and @loveandoliveoil:

  39. my first would be good ole’ biscuits!

  40. Twitter follower and tweeted

  41. Subscribed to your RSS feed :)

  42. already subscribed!

  43. Pie with the roul pat and, of course, chocolate chip cookies with the sil pat!

  44. The last time I made macarons half of them stuck to my parchment paper. Would love to give them a second try on a silpat!

  45. I really want one of these! I would first test out my oatmeal raisin cookies!

  46. I do believe I would have to try my hand at making Amaretti Morbidi cookies with my new non-stick goodies! The recipe you posted yesterday looks divine!!

  47. Following Silpat on Twitter

  48. Nutella cookies. Om nom nom.

  49. Following Love and Olive Oil on twitter.

  50. I like both Love and Olive Oil and Silpat on Facebook

  51. I would make Martha Stewart’s Mexican hot chocolate cookies, the most addictive cookie in existence… And one day I will try my hand at macaroons!

  52. I follow Love and Olive Oil and Siplat on Twitter and I tweeted the giveaway

  53. Already subscribed to Love and Olive Oil.

  54. I like you both on fb :)

  55. I subscribe to Love and Olive Oil!

  56. I like you both on FB

  57. Buttermilk biscuits…loaded with butter and honey. Yum.

  58. I would definitely make macarons!

  59. Tweeted and followed as well! {@nataliecottrell}

  60. I’m following you and silpat on twitter. The tweet is this:

  61. I would definitely make cookies and give pie crust a try!

  62. I have been dying to make some homemade ritz crackers (I have the perfect recipe!) and these would make an evenly crisp cracker that breaks perfectly!! So, that is what I would make first…ritz crackers.

  63. Ooh, I’d love the Roul’pat for making pizza dough!

  64. What a great idea! I love my Silpat, and I’ve always thought it’d be so handy to have something like that for prep. (I don’t like constantly throwing away handfuls of parchment paper.) I’d probably attempt a peach pie (I’ve been in Texas 10 years now…it’s time) or play with some puffed pastry and see what I come up with. :)

  65. I like your FB page and Silpat page. My FB name is Anna Barri

  66. I would love to win and would make sugar cookies!

  67. Pistachio biscotti!!!

  68. I’m subscribed to your newsletter

  69. Parmesan cookies, I literally devour them!!

  70. I am subscribed to receive your newsletter.

  71. White Chocolate Chip and cherry cookies.

  72. Chocolate chip cookies would be the first thing to come out of my oven!

  73. liked both silpat and love & ovo on facebook

  74. Like both on FB!!!

  75. Following on Twitter!

  76. Lemon almond unscotti for my deployed husband.

  77. I liked both pages on facebook.

  78. I follow on twitter and tweeted.

  79. Subscribed!!!

  80. Cookies!

  81. Chocolate chip cookies!

  82. This is a dumb question, but can you cut on a roulpat? My husband gets very nervous whenever I do any cutting on our kitchen counter, but I hate pulling out one of our textured cutting mats for delicate things like pinwheel cookies. I’d probably start with some delightful sugar cut-outs!

    • The Roul’Pat care recommendations are the same as a silpat in that they do not recommend cutting on it, that probably includes cookie cutters as well. Although if you’re very gentle/careful it may be ok.

  83. I would make my “better for you” Banana Bread Cookies!!! They are dairy free, whole wheat flour, wheat germ, and bananas in place of eggs! Taste just like banana bread, just in cookie form!

  84. the first things id make is homemade caramel! yummmmm

  85. Liked you both on FB :)

  86. Classic Meringue Cookies with dark chocolate chips. I NEED these in my life.

  87. Followed on Twitter @kathycancook and tweeted :)

  88. I would love to make anything with a Silpat again. I miss mine like crazy…since I accidentally incinerated it (yikes!) (talent, right?). It was wonderful and I really need a new one…for scones especially.

  89. Macarons for sure! Silpat is the best for those!

  90. I took a baguette-baking class years ago and haven’t made a single baguette since … This would be the motivation I need!

  91. The first thing I will bake is chocolate chip cookies.

  92. Already signed up for the newsletter!

  93. I’d make biscuits from scratch. That does raise a question, though – is the Roul’pat just like the Silpat? Because I know you can’t do any cutting on a Silpat … which would make cinnamon rolls trickier.

    Thank you for the giveaway!

  94. I’d start with a basic – like drop sugar cookies and then go from there,. Though macarons are definitely on my “to-do” list.

  95. I’ve been dying to try my hand t macarons so that would be the first thing I’d bake!!!

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