Tuesday, 1 March 2016

My ProCook bakeware wish list and 6 piece Silicone ProCook bakeware set giveaway


Mother's Day is just round the corner and I am sure a lot of people are struggling to think what to buy their mums. Most people opt to buy chocolates, flowers and wine. Personally I prefer to receive items that I can use for my blog, in my kitchen and things that I can keep rather than consume.

Since I love cooking and baking my wish list for Mother's day this year is some new kitchenware and bakeware as my current pans have had a lot of abuse and are beginning to look a little bit worse for wear.I love baking layered cakes and sponges, tray bakes and also brownies. Having good quality bakeware is a must as the cheap thin types buckle in the oven heat or rust when you wash them. I also like having a few different sized mixing bowls so that I don't have to keep washing the same one when I am baking.


I hope my family is reading this post as I have created  my wish list for some new kitchenware and bakeware from ProCook Kitchenware





ProCook Mixing bowl and ProCook basin bowl medium - A must have in any kitchen these are are great for mixing cakes, batters and icings.




ProCook double walled stainless steel sieve and ProCook flour sifter -The sieve is very versatile as is the flour sifter which sifts power quickly and easily straight into the bowl.






                                                      




ProCook 8 piece silicone utensil set  and ProCook 6 piece silicone bakeware set - These are a great addition to the kitchen, they are microwave,oven and dishwasher safe and they are very flexible and durable.





ProCook 13 piece bakeware set -This set consisting of  spring form cake tins, baking trays, loaf tins, shallow cake tins, tart tins, loaf tins and brownie pan will fulfill all your baking needs and is a must in any kitchen.

ProCook marble rolling pin and stand -The smooth surfaced marbled rolling pin is perfect to roll pastry and comes with its own stand for storage.

ProCook stainless steel Jam Thermometer - A stainless steel thermometer that is perfect for sugar syrups and jams allowing you to check the threads and consistency accurately and safely.

ProCook digital stainless steel scale This scale is sleek and smart and features a LCD display with the ability to measure in metric and imperial and comes with a built in kitchen timer as an added feature.














All these items are available from ProCook and they would be the perfect items to kit out any kitchen and make wonderful gifts for any baker and foodie. I was gifted a set of bakeware by ProCook for Mother's DayAs always I love my readers to try out products that I use and to celebrate Mother's day this year  I have three sets of ProCook silicone bakeware sets to giveaway kindly supplied by ProCook.



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312 comments:

  1. My mam's favourite recipe is her homemade ham shank broth.

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  2. Caramel shortbread

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  3. She loves to make coocunut and cherry muffins - they are super tasty too!

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  4. My mum's favourite recipe is chicken bolognese.

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  5. she likes to bake a cake with eggs and cabbage, sounds rough but its delicious!

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  6. My mum's favourite recipe is my risotto :)

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  7. My Mum's apple pie was amazing - we had a Bramley apple tree in the garden so the pies were the most delicious things ever!

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  8. My Mum is a good all round cook, nothing ever bad, all above average. But because I will eat almost anything, it's hard to choose a favourite!

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  9. My Mum makes an amazing Raspberry Hazelnut & Cream Meringue, it's my favourite things she makes!

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  10. Roast Beef with all the trimmings

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  11. My mum made a brilliant boiled fruit cakei

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  12. Love baking cakes of any sort x

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  13. My mums favourite recipe is Carrot Cake x

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  14. My mum doesn't really cook much, but the one thing I always remember her making was leek & potato pie - super yummy!

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  15. My mum loves a roast chicken!

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  16. she likes the bara brith i make

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  17. Cupcakes are my mums specialty! Altho they never last long...

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  18. She really likes lemon meringue.

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  19. My mam loves making red velvet cake

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  20. Stew and Dumplings is my Mums fave :)

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  21. Welsh cakes with a small lemon curd filling.

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  22. My Late mother used to make the most amazing Chocolate Cake with the most amazing Chocolate Fudge icing ( I think the original recipe was from a old edition circa 1970's of a Good House Keeping Cookbook)

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  23. coffee and walnut cake - tasty

    KATHY D

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  24. Karen hutchinson2 March 2016 at 14:38

    Roast dinner - best roasters ever !

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  25. My mum's favourite recipe is pavlova! She makes the most perfect meringue that is crisp on the ouside and gooey in the middle!

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  26. my mum like strawberry cheese cake

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  27. Oh dear, my Mum's favourite recipe - that's a tough one as she hates cooking! My teenage act of rebellion was learning to cook and love food. Her favourite recipe is probably a toss up between eg and chips, and jelly from a packet!

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  28. My Mum's favourite recipe/signature baking was her fruit soda bannock (i.e. made with buttermilk and baking soda rather the yeast). It was absolutely delicious - especially hot from the oven!

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  29. My mum is actually a terrible cook, and I'm not sure how I can bake/cook without being taught growing up LOL!! She does like my Lemon Drizzle which I guess counts has her favourite recipe :)

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  30. My mum absolutely loves my banana bread recipe!

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  31. Apple Pie, for some reason her pastry is a melt in the mouth job, and she mixes spices in with her apple, its delicious

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  32. My mum's favourite recipe is my coffee walnut cake one! She taught me to bake it as a child but now she says mine turns out better than hers!

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  33. great prize would love to get baking with these

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  34. she used to make a mean christmas pudding

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  35. WHEN MY MUM WAS ALIVE SHE MADE A WICKED ROAST LAMB DINNER

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  36. My mum's favourite recipe is my chilli

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  37. Her homemade stew, tastes of home!

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  38. John Millington3 March 2016 at 16:33

    Spag Bol

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  39. Ginger Parkin - we always made it together when I was little

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  40. Mum's favourite recipe is a Christmas cake

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  41. My mum's favourite recipe is her homemade pea and ham soup with crusty bread

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  42. It has to be a lovely homemade cottage pie

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  43. my mum makes the best spag bol, she mixes grated carrot into it it taste awesome !

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  44. My mum loves beef stew with dumplings

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  45. Mince and Dumplings - And you cant beat my mums!

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  46. My mums favourite recipe is the family recipe handed down through generations for our own special Barm Brack

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  47. Homemade Chocolate Eclairs

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  48. Philippa Bradbury3 March 2016 at 17:24

    Bread and butter pudding with loads of sultanas and a glass of sherry on the side!

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  49. My Mum makes the most delicious moist chocolate cake

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  50. Terri Mathewson3 March 2016 at 17:48

    chocolate bread and butter pudding

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  51. My mum's scones cant be beaten!

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  52. Italian liver with tomatoes and cream

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  53. Lemon and Lime mousse - it's divine!!

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  54. Elizabeth Hinds3 March 2016 at 18:54

    My mum is absolutely fab at making cheesy vegetable bakes :)

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  55. Its got to be a classic Victoria sandwich with home-made jam,

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  56. My mum used to make a fabulous Yorkshire Curd Tart :-)

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  57. My mum used to make an amazing chicken dish with such a rich sauce. I've never tasted anything like it anywhere else and do so wish I'd asked her for her recipe as she sadly isn't with us any more. Nothing reminds me of home more- except maybe her fruit cake, which was a light, fluffy spongy with raisins, cherries etc topped with sugar coated almonds and totally to die for. I wonder what my kids would say was my signature dish. Hopefully they wouldn't say "fishfingers" or "beans on toast"!!!

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  58. Mum's homemade cheescake is a big favourite.

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  59. My Mum has recently started baking, the one she likes to most is carrot and banana cake!

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  60. My mum's favourite recipe is cottage pie

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  61. Coconut cake with almonds

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  62. Old fashioned sticky gingerbread

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  63. She loves Red Velvet Cupcakes

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  64. She makes an amazing lasagne - it takes 4 hours to make but it's well worth it!

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  65. Oven bakes, especially her own creation with chicory, beef mince and cheese!

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  66. Beef stew and home-made savoury scones (American biscuits).

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  67. Scones, she makes them perfectly and yet I cannot

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  68. My mums favourite recipe is victoria sponge

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  69. My mum is a fabulous baker - her lemon drizzle cake is the best I've ever tasted.

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  70. Viennese Whirls - they really are delicious and her go-to recipe for the cake tin.

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  71. My mum loves to make a bacon and cheese quiche, whenever she's in the mood to bake she somehow always has the ingredients to make one!

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  72. She used to make her own rice puddings

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  73. Lynsey Buchanan4 March 2016 at 18:40

    Chocolate Fudge Cake

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  74. Mum's delicious own 'Irish Stew'...yum!

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  75. My Mum makes an amazing Millionaires shortbread!

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  76. apple and blackberry pie - it was always wonderful!

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  77. She makes an insane cottage pie.

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  78. Mum used to love a roast beef dinner.

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  79. Being a Yorkshire lass my mums Yorkshire pudding is UNBEATABLE

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  80. Lemon Meringue Pie, every time I see one I think of her.

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  81. she makes a fab fish pie x - leanne w

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  82. She never was the best cook but she makes a great bacon sandwich!

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  83. It has to be Macaroni cheese or her Rock cakes!! x

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  84. My mum's favourite recipe is beef stew and dumplings

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  85. Margaret Clarkson
    It was meat and potato pie

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  86. Apple & blackberry crumble

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  87. Lancashire Hotpot

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  88. Quiche Lorraine, her pastry is delicious :-)

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  89. Rock cakes, never tasted anything like them, they're delicious!

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  90. My mum makes a mean lemon cake.

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  91. Chocolate fudge cake.

    @rachiegr

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  92. My mums favourite is chicken rice soup

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  93. my mums favourite is homemade apple pie with custard

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  94. That would be a Black Forest gateaux everyone gets one for their birthday

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  95. Catherine Whetton8 March 2016 at 22:10

    My mum makes an amazing lasagne!!!

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  96. Can't beat my mum's sunday roast cooking :)

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  97. Her roast beef dinner - yum

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  98. It has to be Mohnkuchen which is Austrian poppy seed cake. My favourite too.

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  99. My mums favourite recipe is potato latkes, delicious served with sour cream, and homemade apple sauce. :)

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  100. my mums was Egg Custard tart

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  101. my mum makes amazing Yorkshire puddings and Lemon drizzle cake

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  102. Paige Goodfellow9 March 2016 at 13:35

    My mum makes the best Sunday roast... But she makes a pretty amazing sponge cake aswell!

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  103. Leek and bacon suet pudding - proper winter comfort food :)

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  104. My mums fruit cake!
    helen booth

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  105. My Mum makes amazing shortbread. Peopple are always asking her to bake it for them.

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  106. Scones with clotted cream and jam <3

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  107. Apple pie

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  108. Her chilli con carne - I don't know how many times i've tried but can never get it to taste as nice as hers :-)

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  109. Has to be Mums beef stew she loves it

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  110. Chilli pie and raspberry buns for afters

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  111. orange bread & butter pudding

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  112. Mum used to whip up fantastic batches of biscuits. I think our favourite and hers was Afghans.

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  113. Chocolate cake with buttercream icing

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  114. Victoria sandwich full of jam and cream.

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  115. Mum does really good meatloaf that she learned to make when we lived in America, it's yummy

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  116. my mums favourite was apple pie

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  117. My mums favourite recipe is her famous pancakes! Fabulous!

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  118. My Mum used to make a wonderful chocolate cake and it is still her favourite today.

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