If you’ve ever had to bake giant cake tiers, spend what seems like forever lining cake tins or struggle to close your baking cupboard door, you’ll probably have wished for an easier way…
Enter BoxBake™, the pop-up cake box you can bake in. Made from recyclable, compostable, food-grade corrugated card with a unique baking parchment lining, BoxBake™ is a worldwide-patent-pending design offering better baking performance at a fraction of the cost of traditional bakeware. Quick to assemble, sturdy and with no need to line or wash up after use, this innovative new product is the ultimate time saver for everyone from hobbyists to professional cake designers.
One of the most exciting advantages of BoxBake™ for keen bakers is that its unique, pre-lined structure makes for more even heat distribution than a traditional metal tin, meaning that cake layers will bake more evenly. It’s oven-safe to 200°C (400°F) and suitable for all baking requirements, from the lightest sponge cakes to the heaviest fruit cakes. BoxBake™ is also ideal for anyone who has limited storage and doesn’t want to invest in expensive bakeware for one-off requirements. Its flat-pack nature will save valuable kitchen space and the clever design means you can batch-bake, store and deliver using the same container.
What’s more, you can freeze the cake in the BoxBake™ to serve another day – simply cool completely and seal in an airtight freezer bag. After use, BoxBake™ can be recycled and is fully compostable.
Be among the first to try BoxBake™ today! Visit box-bake.com to learn more and find your nearest stockist.
What You Could Win
We have five 10” (25.5cm) round BoxBakes to give away, one each for five lucky winners!
How to Enter
Simply enter your name and email address into the box below by midnight on Wednesday 10th July 2019 and the winners will be picked at random in the days that follow. Good luck!
Please note, this competition is now closed and entries will no longer be counted.
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