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If you been baking for as long as I have, you have seen how throughout the years more and more improvements are being made with methods and equipments. One of those have been the slowly and steady move from the traditional baking pans to baking with silicone made pans.
I have used silicone baking pans before and have mixed feeling about them. Some worked, while others were complete flops. I do have to be honest the flops were on the cheap end of the spectrum. But, my main concern was their general flimsiness and my visions of overflowing batter as the pan/cups folding unto itself creating a giant mess. Can you imagine cleaning an oven full of spilled batter? No bueno.
I have since upgrade my beloved iPad and traded it in for a slimmer and lighter white iPad Air. I’m in love!
The only issue I had? I was back in the hut to find a cover to keep it all nice and clean and protected.
Let’s get this out of the way… This is a sponsor post. But, I promise is a good one.
A couple of weeks ago, I was approached by the people of The Snugg, who makes cases for pretty much any product out there that needs protection and look pretty.
I got an iPad for my birthday last year and I been searching high and low for that perfect cover to encase it with, it has taken me a long time to find something. When it comes to certain products I’m what you call picky (very, very picky - it drives my husband crazy). Especially, if I’m going to spend money on them. I research it to death, read reviews, seek imperfections and well, by the time I pick a vendor that will meet my needs, I know that I’m going to be happy with my purchase and safe in the knowledge that if anything happens the company will stand by their product.