The Story Of Three: Pyramid Pan Review and Giveaway

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Pyramid Pan Review and Giveaway




Do you have Super Bowl plans? Did you have a New Years resolution to eat healthier? I was recently introduced to the Pyramid Pan & this handy tool has become the perfect kitchen helper!

The Pyramid Pan is a 16.25"x11.5" clever cooking mat, made with superior grade silicone & topped with 556 mini pyramids that elevate cooking foods up & out of lakes of grease & fat. The nonstick Pyramid Pan acts as a convection oven, allowing heated air to circulate under & around food, keeping the texture & crispness intact but allowing foods to lock in juice while cooking & diverting extra fats & grease off using the pyramids. 


From baking chicken fingers to potato wedges & more, using the flexible Pyramid Pan will give you a more efficient & effective cooking process & a simple cleanup. Foods cook evenly with less turning & its microwave-safe as well. Toss it in the dishwasher when your done & just roll it up for easy storage. You will find so many great uses with the Pyramid Pan including using as a trivet, pot holder, a drying rack & more!


Cooking a fresh or frozen meal tonight? The Pyramid Pan is a must have in your kitchen & will quickly become your go-to tool, it even fits inside standard baking sheets & jelly roll pans, or you can trim it to the desired size. 

So what will you cook on your new Pyramid Pan?

Buy it: The Pyramid Pan can be purchased online for $19.95 (plus shipping & handling)

Win it: One lucky reader will win a Pyramid Pan!

This giveaway is open the US only, ages 18 & up.  Ends on 2/5/14 at 11:59 PM EST. Enter using the Giveaway Tools form below.  Good Luck! Disclosure: IHeart-Motherhood is not responsible for prize fulfillment. DreamBaby is providing the product and not running the giveaway. 

73 comments:

abedabun dawn said...

What would you bake on the Pyramid Pan? What else would you use it for? I would like to see how well this pan would cook bacon. I love baking my bacon (lol not sure how that may sound to you). I would also like to bake french fries on it. It looks like something I would enjoy learning to cook with.

Pam Gurganus said...

I would bake French fries on the pan and would use it as a trivet!

Rodney Jackson said...

I think I would bake some whole wheat homemade bread as artisan bread

Shirley said...

I would make baked Barbaque Chicken.

Laura Lanza said...

I would like to try chicken on it.

Melissa Cushing said...

I would definitely cook french fries on it... and would maybe try out bacon too.... very cool concept an would love to win an try this new cool cooking surface. Thank you for this super cool giveaway!!!

Ann Paquette-Lukens said...

I would bake french fries on the pan.

Debra said...

i think it would be great for french fries

neoh42f said...

I would use this for all my baking needs. I love how it keeps the grease away from food!!

JLin Mei said...

chocolate cookie

jopb said...

I would try baking chicken on it and bacon and then see how it would work in the microwave. I might try it under my dishes when I have too many dishes in my rack

Scott said...

From the review is seems like a nice product! I'm Canadian so I can't participate in the giveaway but it looks effective. I noticed there's no lip around the pan from what I can see, so I'm going to assume that for some foods a secondary tray or something would be required to catch any grease.

I think my focus would be on roasting meats if I had one though.

brittneymerck said...

Bread!

Linda Stull said...

Got to try to cook homemade steak fries.

Vicki Hale said...

Hi, I would use it for baking biscuits, pizza and bacon. Thanks. Vicki.

BethElderton said...

I'd make baked chicken breasts. I would also love to use this on my counter top for setting down hot pans.

Joanne Gentry said...

I would like to bake healthy chicken tenders on the Pyramid Pan!

Alison Miller said...

A better question would be what wouldn't I cook on it? If pressed for an answer, though, I would probably make my barbeque chicken on it first.

Amy Honious said...

I would bake tater tots for sure, but I think my favorite use for it would be chicken wings :) Thanks for the great giveaway of a very useful product!

latanya t said...

I would try to bake cookies on it

Abigail said...

French bread pizzas!

Urd-chan said...

I'd use it for just about everything I cook. I'm wanting to cut back on fats and oils in my cooking, and this sounds perfect for that. I'd even be able to make my homemade dog biscuits with it.

Claudia N said...

I would bake pizza , Thank you!

Pamele Marks said...

Oven fried chicken or hot wings

Tara Overby said...

I would use this to make fries! Also, I think it would be perfect for making these swiss bacon muffins I have a recipe for!

angel d said...

bake french fries

Darby Elizabeth said...

baked potato "fries"

Lynn Shaffer said...

I would bake cookies, bake a meatloaf so the grease would go down into the crannies, my oven baked fried chicken. The possibilities are endless.

Lynn Shaffer said...

I would bake cookies, bake a meatloaf so all the fat and grease would go down into the crannies and away from the meat, my oven fried chicken, etc. The possibilities are endless.

Amber Ocheltree said...

I would bake fish or chicken. It would be nice to see how it turns out instead of in a dish.

Angie Pruden said...

lots of fries!

Angie Pruden said...

lots of fries!

Jenn Aikens said...

I would use this for bacon! I think it would work really well.

Savannah Logan said...

I would use it for all my veggies when I bake them! This would be great!

aperry said...

Sweet potato fries

Joyce Baker said...

I would bake fries and chicken.

debbie frick said...

I would make my baked sweet potato steak fries

Linda Montes said...

I would love to try to make sweet potato fries or roast chicken. Thank you for this opportunity.

blueyedmommi1 said...

I would bake my Meatloaf on it.

Linda Montes said...

I would love to try to make sweet potato fries or roast chicken. Thank you for this opportunity.

virginiabelle2000 said...

I'd do tater tots!

Darlene said...

I would bake a pizza - i would also use it as a bathmat.

Colleen Maurina said...

I would bake teriyaki chicken - it always sticks so this would be great!

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Lora said...

I would use it to make my sweet potato fries and also as a trivet.

Deb Christie said...

I would use it to bake meat loaf. I utterly hate for meat loaf to sit in grease at the bottom.

Sarah Elyce said...

I think this would be great for so many oven recipes that require flipping- like fries, potato wedges, chicken tenders/nuggets.

Dorothy Teel said...

Perhaps, I will use it to make bacon if it cooks both sides at the same time this would be valuable or perhaps oven fried chicken would be great on it..

Angela snoozy said...

I'd make meatloaf in it!

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Mayla Moore said...

I would use it to cook bacon. I like my bacon crispy and this looks like a great way to get it that way.

Heather said...

would love to try bacon or french fries on it

Deana Pfeiffer said...

My kids love when I make fries in the oven. This would be perfect for that.

T.J. Wallace said...

Bacon, french fries, chicken nuggets - you know, all the good stuff!

Barker's Momma said...

I would bake my homemade chicken nuggets on it & would also use it to bake my homemade waffle fries.

nessa101 said...

i would make bbq baked chicken :)

petchk79 said...

I would use this to cook meatloaf on, it always has a lot of grease in it! Or maybe some oven baked hamburgers!

Fawn said...

I would bake some chicken on it and some roasted potatoes.

Mer said...

This would be great for bacon, as well as fattier cuts of meat. I'd love to try it with my meatloaf!

Robyn Donnelly said...

I would try baked potato. There are lots of things could use it for. Thanks for the chance.

coriwestphal said...

This would be perfect for baking bacon! I bake mine right now on my silipat, which is awesome, but this would keep the bacon up out of the grease!

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amweeks said...

I'd love to cook a meatloaf on it, so the drippings wouldn't stay on the meat!

Melissa said...

I think I would use it to bake biscuits on since I always end up burning the bottoms.

Jo-Von Holloway said...

I would make fries, biscuits and anything else I bake with it.

Ashley Trail said...

This would be for my momma , she loves to cook and bake , any and everything !!!!

Teresa Kenney said...

Hmmm First I'd try chicken, because that's generally safe and hard to mess up. Then I'd go to pork or steak. I am curious on how baked goods would do! I do wonder if it has any potential uses outside of the oven...

Sara Giresi said...

I would use it to cook bacon and also use it as a drying rack! right now I cook my bacon i a cup on a plate with paper towel in the microwave! My husband would love flat bacon!

Chelsea said...

I would bake my favorite chocolate chip cookies

Wendy Hansen said...

I'd love to try both fries and chicken on it!

sally0630 said...

I would use this for just about everything I bake in the oven I would love to see if I could use it to bake cookies or cakes. I love that it can be used in the microwave too since I tend to use the microwave more often.

LesleyfromWI said...

I would bake sourdough bread

Pam OLeary said...

I would make biscuits on it.

Tammy Woodall said...

I would use it for cooking small size Pizza.

lmurley2000 said...

I would bake pizza and other breads on this

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*Dusty* said...

I would bake my chicken on it.