Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Pam Cooking Spray Giveaway and Review

I was offered an opportunity to experience the new and improved formula from PAM cooking spray. I was challened to see firsthand how PAM® can change my kitchen experience for the better. The new and improved formula has been shown to be 70% better vs. bargain cooking sprays at getting baked foods not to stick to cookware, providing easy clean-up. Not only will every meal be picture-perfect, but you too will have more time to enjoy your food and spend less time soaking, scrubbing and cleaning in the kitchen.

I have been using this PAM Original cooking spray for everything I cook or bake, even for my Thanksgiving dishes. It made the food come out of the dish perfectly, nothing stuck and clean up was a breeze. My first challenge with it was my gluten free casserole. I sprayed the dish and layered in my ingredients then popped it into the hot oven for a good 30 minutes. You can see the cheese baked on the dish, but really, it flicked right off. Pam worked great for all my baking and cooking needs. Oh, and those fire roasted tomatoes I used in my casserole, really made the dish wonderful. PAM cooking sprays are all gluten free except the PAM Baking spray.

My Pam Cooking Spray Giveaway prize pack includes:
-A coupon for a FREE can of the new PAM® Cooking Spray
-A coupon for a FREE can of Hunt’s Tomatoes
-Step-by-Step Guide for the Ultimate PAM® Challenge
my gluten free casserole with GF bread

Please enter to win using my Rafflecopter form. This Giveaway ends 12/21.
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*Disclosure* I wrote this review for "Mommy? I'm Hungry!" about PAM. The product(s) in this review were provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting my review. Also by accepting this offer, I will automatically be entered into a sweepstakes for a special PAM® dinner kit and a $200 Visa gift card. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation. Product info & stock images provided by PR or Co.

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23 Lovely Comments:

eclairre said...

scrambled eggs and omelets always need some pam in the frying pan!

BethElderton said...

King Ranch Chicken--delicious, cheesy Tex-Mex Casserole--is yummy, but sticky in the pan.
bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

Margie said...

My lasagna and scalloped potato pans are the worst ones to get clean.
Thanks for the giveaway.
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AJ said...

Baked ziti! The cheese and noodles always get stuck in the dish!
angella13 at gmail dot com

janetfaye said...

I could use Pam when I make Chicken Parmigiana.

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debbie said...

Lasagna and macaroni and cheese are the worst.

scottsgal said...

I make a chicken casserole that tends to stick when baked
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royalegacy said...

I make bread almost daily in non-coated pans, and I need Pam so that my bread just slides right out after it is cooked.

AJ said...

angella13 at gmail dot com

mummytotwoboys said...

My toughest dishes are Lasagna, Casserole and crumbles.


jeannette said...

the worst sticking thing i have problems with are bundt cakes. :)

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