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Amazon: Set of 12 Freshware Silicone Reusable Baking Cups as Low as $6.99 (Reg. $12.99!) + FREE Shipping

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UPDATE: When you order 2 or more, you will automatically save an additional 10% off your order. (Thanks, Smellyann, Stef and Erika!)

Head on over to Amazon where you can score this set of 12 Freshware Rectangular Silicone Reusable Baking Cups in Red/Black for only $6.99 (reg. $12.99!). Or you can snag the set of 12 Freshware Rectangular Silicaone Reusable Baking Cups in Six Colors for only $7.99 (reg. $14.98!). Even sweeter, shipping is free!

Features:

* Set of 12 reusable silicone baking cups; Great for Bento Lunch Boxes
* Premium BPA-Free FDA food-grade silicone non-stick bakeware resists stains & ensures optimum performance
* Versatile molds for cupcakes, muffins, cheesecakes, chocolate bowls, gelatin and frozen desserts
* No muffin pan necessary – place baking cups directly on cooking sheet (love that! 😀 )
* Microwave, oven, freezer and dishwasher safe; Temperature safe from -40 to +446 degrees Fahrenheit

(Thanks, Freebies for a Cause!)

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  1. Dee

    Consider signing up for smile.amazon.com. It’s free & you select a charity of your choice & amazon donates based on qualifying purchases. Here’s the link to the FAQ. http://smile.amazon.com/about

  2. smellyann

    I ordered both and it took off an additional $1.50 under “Promotion Applied” for a total of $13.48. Sweet! Thanks C!

  3. stef

    And if you buy 2 or more, you get 10% off. And the round ones are $7.99 too. I just bought two sets of the multi-color round ones. 🙂

  4. Erika Smith

    Looks like if you buy 2 or more you get 10% off your order as well.

  5. Barb

    got the bright colored ones for free with my amazon credit. thanks collin.

  6. tina

    They also have them in the regular round cup cake size for the same price 🙂

  7. Bre

    These are really great additions to a child’s lunch box (or anyone lunch!). They act as a “divider” and hold items in place in a lunch container. They look really cute in there too!

  8. lch2004

    You can get 1 set of rectangle and 1 set of the round and still get the promotion.

  9. Kristi Stott

    and the triangle ones too! Thanks! I’ve been looking for these on the cheap. I use them in my daughters lunch.

  10. Nicole

    I work with a small free library in upstate New York and amazon is nice enough to give us a small donation anytime someone shops at amazon through our website. Every little bit helps a little library that does storytimes for kids, etc! It would be great if you shopped at amazon through our site! Just scroll down!
    http://www.aurorafreelibrary.org/

    • Barbara

      Nicole,
      I am originally from upstate New York (Rome, NY). I looked at the website but where is the link to Amazon? I will be sure to use the link when I do order from Amazon and will pass it on to people too. Barb

    • Amy

      Nicole! My family owns a house in Aurora (the McGuires.) The library really could use as many people who will sign up for this! Such an amazing asset to a small town.

  11. Erin

    Going out on a limb here, but these (or at least the round ones–haven’t seen the rectangular ones in a store) have to be cheaper at a craft store with coupon. I was going to order the rectangular ones for my son’s lunch, but if you read the reviews, people mention that the rectangular ones have gone as low as $2.99. If you don’t need them now, save your money. I’m adding it to my watch list on CamelCamelCamel.

    • kellyfornia

      I was wondering the same thing. Going to look them up online at some craft stores and BBB, Walmart, etc.

  12. Kelli

    These are really, really small. Check the dimensions. I measured and cut a piece of paper to help me visualize and it’s small.

  13. Elle

    I’ve baked cupcakes and muffins using my kitchenAid silicone baking cups that looks the same as these but mine are a bit thicker and I recommend using liners, if you find any that fit well, because its a nightmare to hand wash all the stuck on food bits in the crevices of the liners. As for using these for lunch box dividers, bento box style, I found these at my international $1.50 store; I found packages of 12 or 6 multicolored round or square in different sizes for $1.50 that can be used for baking too.

    • Erin

      I have some silicon pans and I agree. However, I think the issue is prepping them at first use. I read that you have to oil them the first time you use them. Thereafter, you don’t have to, and nothing should stick.

  14. Stephanie

    I have a silicon flower tray that is a nightmare to wash but I’m hoping the rectangle ones are better. This has been on my mind for awhile for small baking. What is amazing are parchment cupcake liners I found at kroger! Never sticks

  15. Nicole

    I have these and don’t use them bc they are a nightmare to wash.

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