Bake and Take with Chinet Bakeware®

Hey guys!


Just want to pop in and share today with you my new favorite baking item…

It’s nothing fancy, but it’s a great product perfect for parties, picnics or even a quick night at home.


Chinet is a staple in our pantry…for when I have get together, or am just feeling lazy and don’t want to wash plates.

Now they’ve come out with Bakeware®.

It’s super sturdy and looks way nicer than foil pans, so when you bake something to take you won’t worry about having to collect you pan at the end of the night, but also won’t be embarrassed that your gorgeous brownies look like their clothed in non-designer-duds.

Also, please know that Chinet Bakeware® is made with 90% recycled material, so the environment is happy too.

I, personally, love the 9×13 sized pan.  It’s perfect for brownies…
Here are some of my favorites that would feel right at home in Chinet Bakeware®...

Rolo Fudge Brownies

Sopapilla Cheesecake Bars

Buckeye Brownies

Pretzel Bottom Snickers Blondies


Honestly, this past week Chinet Bakeware® has been a lifesaver, with my kitchen under construction.  It’s been great for one dish dinners, as well as desserts!


Thanks guys have a great weekend!


*This post was sponsored by Chinet, but all opinions are my own

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9 Comments on "Bake and Take with Chinet Bakeware®"

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Although I probably wouldn’t dance around the kitchen like that, I am definitely intrigued. Looks like a great product, especially if the price is right. Thanks for sharing!


I can’t wait to try this bakeware out!


Love that dress! probably wont buy the chinet any time soon, but it does look nice.

Laura @ Mrs in the Making

I love using this when I am taking the treats somewhere. That way, if there are leftovers, you can leave them and not worry about getting your baking dish back. Perfect!


Love that it’s made with 90% recycled material! I will definitely give these a try!

Jeff Blackwell

I can dance but I can’t cook well just yet. I would love to win the Chinet pans so I could improve my cooking. Thanks.


This is awesome… I’m always trying to get back my pans and stuff when I take food somewhere!

Bill F

I would be nice to not have to worry about getting your good pans back when you take backed goods to a function.

Shelly Hanson

Would love to know if the chinet bakeware is available locally in the Phoenix, Arizona area.