Silpat Giveaway! {Closed}

This contest is now closed. Congratulations to Julie (comment #77)! Julie, I’ve sent you an email :)

Thanks to the kind people at Silpat, I’ve got a really fun giveaway for you today! I get to give away a Silpat Half Size and a Roul’Pat Half Size to one lucky winner!

If you read my post on Monday, hopefully you noticed the awesome pan liner that my chicken sausage and broccoli packets were cooked on.  Silpat is the original nonstick baking mat, and I can now attest to just how good it is. Do you see that melty cheese up there in the picture? Well, I let it cool and harden before I cleaned the pan. I’d like to pretend I did it on purpose to test the silpat, but let’s be honest. :) Anyway, that cheese came off in seconds, no scrubbing required. I was impressed!

I first wrote about the Roul’Pat about a year ago when I included it in my list of cookie baking tips. This thing is wonderful as a work surface! I use it for kneading bread dough, rolling out pie dough, and cutting out sugar cookies. It has a nonstick work surface, and also a non-slip back so that it doesn’t shift around while you’re working. Plus it’s easy to clean. I can’t say enough good things about this product.

Now,  on to the giveaway! As mentioned above, one winner will receive one Silpat Half Size and one Roul’Pat Half Size. To enter, leave a comment below letting me know what you would use your prize for.  For an extra entry, “like” Silpat on Facebook and leave a separate comment letting me know. Feel free to “like” me too if you want, but it’s not a requirement. :) Giveaway ends Wednesday, 10/3 at midnight. Good luck!  :)

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*This giveaway is provided by Silpat. I received one Silpat for review purposes. All opinions are my own.

 

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262 comments

  1. I’d use it for homemade crackers! Have tried a few recipes and not yet perfected the art of keeping them in tact on their way onto or off of the pan :-)

  2. I would love an extra Silpat to bake some yummy chocolate chip cookies which are always a favorite! :)

  3. My grandma’s pie crust!

  4. Liked Silpat on FB

  5. I love Silpat mats and I could use another one! I use it for all of my baking needs, but I especially love it for cookies!

  6. I would make cookies first for sure!

  7. Cookies! Definitely cookies!

  8. I would love to bake some breakfast cookies or bread with the Silpat!

  9. Cookies! Perfect cookies that wouldn’t stick to the pan!

  10. I’d use it to make goodies at Thanksgiving.

  11. I LOVE Silpat! I jsut used it the other day to bake some peanut butter marshmallow cream cookies and they were awesome because of the Silpat. I think I would make those again for sure! Only 3 ingredients. Either that or some nice scones.

  12. Christmas is 3 months away….I’d use my Silpat for baking all my Christmas cookies (and probably some other delicious things in the meantime!).

  13. Cookies … I try to bake treats for my boys’ Scout meeting every Monday night.

  14. I will give them to my 15-year-old daughter for her collection of kitchen tools. She makes a mean pizza dough but we don’t have a good surface for kneading and prep. The Roul’Pat would be perfect! The Silpat will be used under everything that goes in the oven!

  15. I totally have wanted one of these for ages! Unfortunately, the price kinda steered me away. I love to bake, but usually my excuse for skipping a recipe is because I don’t feel like dealing with the pans. I would LOVE to try this! It also would be a great addition to my first apartment:)

  16. I would love another Silpat mat to use for my famous chocolate chip cookes!

  17. I would love to win. I would bake cookies.

  18. Cookies. The answer is always cookies!

  19. And I liked Silpat on facebook!

  20. I’d use it for all my baking and cooking needs! I’ve never had one, but it looks like it makes cleanup a snap!

  21. I would bake macarons! I think a Silpat would motivate me to finally stop thinking about it, and just do it!

  22. I would love to use these during the upcoming holidays when I bake hundreds of cookies to give to family, friends, and coworkers! It would be so nice to not throw away a bunch of parchment paper!

  23. Cookies! I would make lots of cookies!

  24. I have wanted a Silpat for a while now. I actually just added it to my Christmas wish list. I love to bake and know that these would be a fantastic addition to my kitchen.

  25. I would give my Silpat to my friend Carole, who is the most incredible baker and I know she doesn’t have this. It would make her day. Thank You Megan.

  26. Liked Silpat on FB too.

  27. For cut out cookies! I’ve become obsessed with cookie decorating lately, and it would be awesome to win this!

  28. Oh goodness, I’d use them for EVERYTHING! I would love the RoulPat to make my grandma’s cinnamon rolls. I would probably gift the SilPat to my sister in law who loves to bake! :)

  29. Cookies of course!!! I have a house full of cookie monsters that need their fix. LOL!

  30. I would love a Silpat! I’ve been wanting one for a while now. Definitely would use it for cookies. :)

  31. I liked Silpat on FB!

  32. I would first make a batch of my favorite chocolate chip cookies. Gotta break them in right!

  33. cookies, parm crisps, lotsa good stuff! i’ve always wanted one of these :) ps – i will like silpat on fb right after i post this. thanks, Megan! 😀

  34. I would try out many of the Pinterest recipes I’ve been pinning – many of them being yours! Thanks for the giveaway.

  35. I will use it to make cookies b/c I always seem to have the issue of the dough sticking to my counter!

  36. I’ve heard great things about Silpat. I’d use it for cookies! I never heard of Roulpat, but would love to have it when making bread.

  37. I liked Silpat. Thanks for doing this!

  38. cookies cookies and more cookies!

  39. I used to use my Silpat all the time – until I accidentally sliced it with a knife. I need this!

  40. Pain au Chocolat would be the first thing I’d make!

  41. Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies for sure!!

  42. I would use these for everything that requires a baking sheet

  43. I would use the Silpat for baking chocolate chip cookies and the Roul’pat for rolling out my flaky pie crust

  44. Love using a Silpat! Makes cleanup so easy. I would use mine mainly for cookie baking.

  45. I would totally use it to make the chicken and sausage broccoli packets again…I made these Mon night but lost the bottom on most of them!

  46. I also “liked” Silpat on Facebook!

  47. I liked silpat on FB

  48. Hi …I would use it for making bread things….especially gluten free items. How wonderful!!!

    Thanks Megan!

  49. My friend and I do “baking weekend” every year for christmas cookies, I would use the silpat to cut down on my parchment paper consumption!!

  50. I have always wanted one of these! I bake all the time, at least a few times a week, and this would be divine. I keep meaning to buy one but there’s always too many other things to do, you know? :)

  51. I liked silpat on Facebook!

  52. I also just “liked” Silpat for my extra entry. Thank you!

  53. My daughter’s wedding is coming up and we are major DIY’ers on a budget. This would be soooo very helpful. Could have used it last week for baking the shower goodies!

  54. I would love to win a silpat….have been wanting one for a long time. I bake cookies a lot and this would be very helpful on my old cookie sheets

  55. I “Liked” Silpat on FB.

  56. I liked Silpat on FB! :)

  57. The first thing I would probably make is scones. I found a new recipe for pumpkin pie scones and this would be far less hassle than parchment paper.

  58. I’ve got apples drying in the oven at this very moment! I’m sure Silpat would be so much easier than parchment paper!!

  59. With the cooler weather -on Friday nights we make calzones, & the Silpat would be perfect to bake them on. My calzones usually always spring a leak!
    Also-Christmas cookie baking is right around the corner -so again, the Silpat will come in handy.

  60. I would use mine for everything, but especially for baking the hundreds of holiday cookies, that my mother in law, now trusts me and my family with!

  61. I would love to have these! Especially the Silpat to make meringues, which always stick to my cookie sheets and make a disastrous mess. My husband would be soooo happy if I could finally make these right!

  62. I “like” What Megan’s Making on FB.

  63. I would use my prize to make cookies!

  64. i would make cookies!

  65. I would use it for cookies and calzones!

  66. I liked silpat on fb

  67. First I’d use them for Oatmeal Raisin Cookies and Apricot Scones, two of my husband’s favorites…and more of course. These goodies would cheer up my hubby as he recovers from Oct. knee surgery (Yes…result of tag with twin grandchildren), cheer me up because clean up would be a super breeze, cheer the checkbook up because less spent on parchment paper. Win/win all the way around!!! Our triple digit heat is about to say farewell for the summer and our oven to say hello to fall and winter yummies. Would be great to welcome Silpat and Roul’Pat too!

  68. I would use it to make monster cookies

  69. I would use it to bake doggie treats for the animal shelter.

  70. I used my old one (before my husband cut on it and pouf) to bake anything, a cookie sheet doesn’t go in my over without one. Did I mention my husband ruined mine and I could really use a new one 😉

  71. Liked Silpat on FB

  72. So many things! But first – homemade apple cinnamon fruit leather. So yummy!

  73. I have a super yummy black bean empanada recipe (look a lot like your pockets!) that I would definitely use the Silpat for. I’d never heard of these but will check them out. Thank you, Megan!

  74. Always wanted one of these…think I would start off with some snickerdoodles :)

  75. I would hope to use it to help me not burn my cookies!

  76. “Liked ” silpat on Facebook

  77. I would use it to roll out my pie crust on.

  78. Hmmmm hard to think where to begin…scones, oatmeal cranberry cookies and then caramel apple filled pies! YUM!!

  79. I bake all sorts of home baked goodies for our kid’s teachers and the staff at their school. This would help make the process so much quicker and easier.

  80. I love baking, so of course it’d be used for cookies, pastries, etc. I think my “weeknight use” might be for pasties, though. Yum!

  81. “Liked” Silpat on FB!!

  82. I would use Slipat for my season baking needs making it so much easier with a toddler and visually impaired mother cooking with me.

  83. Start with my husband’s favorite – oatmeal, raisin,cranberry cookies. With the holidays right around the corner, baking and candy making are a priority. Love it.

  84. Cokies and briiles and all kinds of yummy holiday goodies!!

  85. I love silpat! I’d add it to my current and well used one, it’s time to retire it. The roul pat will be used for all sorts of yumminess, galettes, pizza doughs, pie crusts, etc :)

  86. *brittles* :)

  87. Cookies. Definitely cookies. My total weakness. lol These are a brilliant idea. I didn’t know they existed. I really need to get out more.

  88. I liked Slipat on facebook. And I already like you : )

  89. i love silpat and have more on my amazon wishlist! love using them to make pralines.

  90. and i like silpat on facebook. :)

  91. I would love these for cookies! Thanks for the giveaway!

  92. Oh, & I “liked” Silpat on Facebook.

  93. I think I would start with cookies, but the possibilities are endless!

  94. I would love to try the Roul’ Pat when building pizza as it usually sticks to my board. The silpat for gooey cookies and sweet rolls. I love your blog and recipes thanks for this offer

  95. I’d use it to bake some pumpkin chocolate chip cookies!

  96. I would make chocolate chip cookies, or roll out a pie crust.

  97. Oh my goodness, I would use my silpat for making biscuits, cookies, caramel, chocolate decorations and soo many more things! I have a silicone thingy now and it just isn’t even close to the awesomeness of working with Silpat!! I probably would first make some easy cheesy biscuits to go with some chicken tortellini soup and then make some red velvet cookies for dessert…. YUM!!!

  98. I liked Silpat on Facebook :)

  99. I will make cookies! Love Silpat!

  100. I would use mine for cookies :)

  101. Roasted veggies and baking cookies!

  102. I don’t have a Facebook …but I would like if I did!!!

  103. I’d bake cookies on it. Love silpats!

  104. I have always wanted a Silpat, but I haven’t bought one yet… So winning one would be GREAT!! I would use it for making calzones!

  105. I would use a Silpat for cookies! Thanks for the giveaway!

  106. Cookies, calzones, biscuits, etc.
    Thanks for the chance to win!!

  107. Oh I love Silpats! I’d use it for cookies, scones, and baked zucchini fries (my new favorite!).

  108. I would love the Roul pat as it would be perfect to roll out pie dough for an apple pie I’ve been craving.

  109. I liked Silpat on FB (and you too)

  110. I’d love the RoulPat to roll out dough! So much easier when it isn’t sticking to your table say for cinnamon bread!

  111. I like Silpat on FB.

  112. I bake a lot! We pretty much make all of our snacks from scratch, so this would get a lot of use! And today is my Birthday, does that earn me a bonus point? 😉

  113. Liked Silpat on Facebook!

  114. I would make lots of cookies, biscottis, calzones, pizzas, kale chips, sweet potato chips, buns, granola, and anything else I can think of. I LOVE to bake and have been dyeing to get some silpat so I can stop using parchment paper.

  115. I’m thinking a silpat is just ASKING for some chocolate chip cookies to be baked on it! :)

  116. I would love to have one of these! I would probably try making pie crust on that and I would for sure use it for cookies.

  117. I see an apple pie coming up or strudel, not to mention the holiday cookies in just a few weeks !

  118. I would make cookies on these mats so they wouldn’t spread so much while baking!

  119. I would use it for cookies, cookies and more cookies!!

  120. I would love to use this to make the pockets from your Monday post 😉 My kids would love them :)

  121. I would use it for cookies!

  122. I would use my mats for cookies! With all the holiday baking getting ready to start, these would def. come in handy.

  123. I would use it for Cookies!

  124. Liked Silpat on FB (already ‘like’ you!)

  125. I already like you and Silpat on Facebook :)

  126. I have been wanting to make homemade fruit roll-ups, but I have been holding off until I get a Silpat. I would LOVE to win! Thanks so much for the giveaway.

  127. I “like” Silpat on Facebook. Thanks for the giveaway!

  128. The Roul’Pat would be perfect for rolling out my pie crusts! And the Silpat looks perfect for cookies. Been dying to try these products!

  129. Like Silpat on FB.

  130. I would LOVE a Silpat for rolls and biscuits! I saw someone else using a Silpat on a blog the other day & wondered what it was; thanks for sharing today!

  131. For baking a lot of cookies, yeah! And with the Roul’Pat I could roll out all the Indian flat bread we’re recently eating much more easily.

  132. I would make granola without a doubt, never having to buy parchment paper again! Thanks for a great giveaway!!!

  133. There are so many uses for silpat! Cookies, rolls, pocket sandwiches! YAY!

  134. I don’t have any Silpat yet, but would love to have one for baking cookies!!

  135. “liked” silpat on facebook! The pictures of their tarts look good!

  136. I have always wanted one of these but just haven’t justified spending the money, YET. I hope I win!! Love your blog, btw :)

  137. I “liked” you and Silpat on FB!!

  138. Wow, I can’t wait to try a silpat. I want to use it for a rustic tart and of course all the normal stuff like cookies.

  139. I liked silpat on FB

  140. I liked you on FB

  141. I have always wanted to try one of these! I will use it for so much but will use it the first time for my secret recipe chocolate chip cookies!

  142. OOOO! I Sooo want. I would use them for pizza pockets and cookies, for starters. :)

  143. I would love to try it with my cookies! My son is allergic to peanuts, so I bake a LOT of cookies rather than buying anything. I definitely want a new rolling pin this year for my cutouts too!

  144. I would use the Silpat to make Jam Roly Poly Scones.. MY FAVORITE! Thanks for hosting the give away!

  145. Snickerdoodle cookies for my husband!

  146. I would use this especially around the holidays, to roll out sugar cookies!!

  147. I liked Silpat on Facebook.

  148. I love silpat and will not bake anyother type of surface – I need one designated for fish – never sticks!

  149. Liked them on facebook too :-)

  150. I would use the rollpat and silpat to make sugar cookies. Love my large silpat and would love a half size. Always wanted the rolpat.

  151. As my husband is my go-to for clean-up after I make a mess, I’m sure he would appreciate any extra help he could get! I’m also teaching my 6 yr old granddaughter to cook and the mat would be a great asset!!

  152. I would LOVE to use these new goodies for baking my sweet husband treats that he loves so much but I sometimes find excuses not to! These would be huge motivators!!!

  153. I just made your Baked Tomatoes with Quinoa, Corn & Green Chiles (they were delicious!) and had to soak my baking sheet all night to get the cheese off. A silpat would be heavenly! :)

  154. i like sipat on facebook…and your blog too! :)

  155. There would be a lot of cookies in my future if I had a Silpat!

  156. My fiance is in the Army and on drill weekends his battle buddies come over for dinner. I would use this to help make big meals with less mess. :) Those Army boys and girls can sure eat a lot!! <3

  157. It’s perfect for my oatmeal cookies.

  158. Cookies! And rolls. These are wonderful. Thanks for offering the giveaway.

  159. I like Silpat (and you!) on Facebook.

  160. I’ve always wanted to try a Silpat. Thanks for the chance to win one!

  161. Cookies and cinnamon rolls!

  162. I would make lots of cookies to give away (so that I don’t eat them all myself).

  163. Peanut butter cookies!

  164. I just made crackers for the first time today. I’ve heard it is easiest with a Silpat and I’ve never had one…this would be a great way to give it a try.

    Thanks for a great giveaway!

  165. Cookies, definitely cookies!

  166. Challah bread for sure. And cookies.

  167. Cookies. Need I say more?

  168. had a silipat and it got lost in our last move…. would so love a new one.. thanks

  169. a speial finishing touch to a soup recipe in the october issue of bon appetit!

  170. I would use the Roul’Pat for exactly the things you mentioned … kneading dough, rolling and cutting cookies, rolling pie crust, making fondant … it would be so wonderful!

  171. I also liked Silpat on Facebook!

  172. I probably would use it mainly for cookies. I love making cookies!
    Recently found your site. Love it!

  173. I’d use it for making biscuits.

  174. I’d use the Silpat mat for cookies. I hear they bake wonderfully on it.

  175. I also liked Silpat on FB;)

  176. I would use mine for baking cookies. I actually have a huge one that doesn’t fit on my cookie sheets. It’s great for sugar cookies because you don’t need to use a ton of extra flour so cookies stay moister. I want to be able to bake on it too though!!

  177. I’d use it for cookies and anything that would make baking easier.

  178. I like silpat on facebook.

  179. I almost commented on your last post wondering where you got the sil mats. I’ve been thinking about getting some for a while but putting it off for finances. Well, the first thing that comes to mind are for cookies, but yes, there are so many uses.

  180. I would use it for the holiday baking which is quickly approachi.ng. We need our cookies.

  181. I like Silpat on Facebook.

  182. I would use it for cookies. Thanks for the awesome giveaway :)
    Renee
    fattybumpkins at yahoo dot com

  183. I like Silpat on Facebook
    Username: Fatty Bumpkins

    Renee
    fattybumpkins at yahoo dot com

  184. I would use Silpat to make pretzel rolls!

  185. I’m making an apple and quark galette this weekend. This would be awesome for that!

  186. I would use it to make some cookies. Maybe monster cookies or gooey butter cookies. Thanks for this awesome giveaway!!!

  187. I would use it for baking cookies.

  188. I Like Silpat on Facebook.

  189. I think I’d make salmon patties.

  190. I liked Silpat on Facebook.

  191. Coconut macaroons Those things STICK

  192. “Liked” on Facebook :)

  193. I have always wanted to try a Silpat!!!!

  194. I’ve been wanting a Silpat forever. I would use it for many things. Perfectly browned cookies are coming to mind right now!

  195. Liked Silpat on FB

  196. My best friend and I have a Christmas treats baking party every year where we make tons of Christmas cookies and other yummies. This would be perfect for that! And of course I’d use it throughout the year too, but now that it’s fall it makes me think of Christmas being right around the corner!!

  197. Would start with cookies, but the list is huge of what I could do with these!

  198. I would use it to bake cookies and rolls!

  199. I would use mine for family recipe cookies for Christmas. mmmm

  200. If I won, I would give them to my sister who bakes the BEST chocolate chip cookies. Thanks!

  201. I like Silpat on Facebook. Thanks!

  202. I would make either cookies or toffee, yum!

  203. Can you cut on it? Because I’d bake your cheese straws recipe on it – I make them Cheez-it sized with a pizza cutter. I’m actually making a batch for the youth meeting this Sunday! Soooo yummy…

  204. Oh my goodness! I would use it for everything! I have wanted one of these for so long, but it’s not in my newlywed budget quite yet!

  205. I have a large Silpat that I use for rolling out pie dough, but it’s too large for cookie sheet pans. So easy to clean and it would be great to have one to fit in regular cookie sheet pans!

  206. I love using my Silpats for baking cookies and could definitely use adding one to my collection. I haven’t used Roulpat yet, but would love to use it for rolling out my cinnamon rolls!

  207. I liked Silpat on Facebook!

  208. Cookie, cookie, cookie starts with “C.” I would love to bake with this.

  209. I have been wanting to try one of these! It would be great for cookies and homemade pizza!

  210. I liked Silpat on Facebook.

  211. I’m not much of a cookie baker, so I would use the silpat mat for things like oven baked fries, calzones, and roasted veggies.

  212. I would make fluffy Halloween sugar cookies first!

  213. I liked Silpat on fb.

  214. I would use it for cookies, or maybe macarons!

  215. I’ve never had one and am intrigued. I would use it to roll out dough for bread. I like that I can clean it and put it on my counter. I think it would be handy.

  216. Awesome giveaway! I would use it for all kinds of things, especially chocolate chip cookies!

  217. I would like to use it to knead dough for bread and cinnamon rolls.

  218. I liked Silpat on facebook.

  219. I’d love to use it to make pumpkin roll and banana roll!

  220. I liked Silpat on facebook!

  221. Monster cookies!

  222. I would use it for rolling out fondant, actually!

  223. I would make Snickerdoodles!

  224. I would use it to make cookies with my little one! :)

  225. I liked silpat on facebook!

  226. I will make cookies and coconut macaroons that I eat with dulce de leche, 😛

  227. Anything and everything with cheese. I’m trying to teach my roommate’s daughter how to cook various things and the best way to learn how important it is to watch what you are making is to let a couple of things burn. She will probably not believe me when I warn her that she overfilled a stuffed creation until it’s time to clean the mess and she’s nowhere to be found. She’s not an easy student, she’s always questioning how I know that certain things will happen. So letting her make her own mistakes after ample warning probably will be the best thing.

  228. I’d use it to bake cookies on.

  229. I think I would seriously use it for everything! But mostly pretzels–those stick to the pan like crazy!

  230. I liked silpat on FB :)

  231. I’d love to replace the waste I generate from lining baking sheets with parchment paper with a Silpat.

  232. Oh goodness I could really use these. I bake cookies and pastries in my house all the time and I am constantly having delicate pastries get a little damaged even though they are on a non-stick pan. These would make life so much easier!

  233. I liked Silpat on Facebook!

  234. I just can’t seem to make good cookies w/out them sticking and I’ve been looking for something just like this!

  235. My 6-year-old niece was recently put on a gluten-free and dairy-free diet. Most of the recipes I’ve found for sweets that she can eat call for parchment paper lining of the baking sheet. A Silpat would definitely help make that easier and more environmentally friendly, as I wouldn’t have to be purchasing and using new parchment every time I bake for her!

  236. I would love to use it for rolling out shortcrust for a galette!

  237. I would use either the Silpat or the Roul’pat to make delicious goodies for my husband and 3 little girls. They love to cook and bake with me wearing their little aprons. We just made Cinnamon Rolls and Granola Bars yesterday and the Roul’pat would certainly have come in handy for the dough! Also liked Silpat on FB. Thanks!

  238. I would use it for practically anything, but the most likely culprit is cookies!

  239. I’d use it to make vegan coconut flour cookies!

    katherinedibello (at) gmail (dot) com

  240. I’ve heard so much about these but haven’t had the plessure of using one yet! I would love to use it for all my baking needs, which lets me honest, is mostly sweets like oatmeal chocolate chip cookies!

  241. Pie crust and cinnamon rolls!

  242. Nonstick surfaces are so great for getting the cookies off the sheet — never thought about using a Silpat (or lookalike) for rolling dough but it’s brilliant! Now I have to try it!

  243. I liked silpat on FB

  244. I would use it for cookies!!

  245. I would use it for cookies.

  246. I would use it for veggies. Take a ton of them, pile them on your silpat, add EVOO and red wine vinegar and bake. YUM!

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