Muffin Madness!

June 13, 2016 1 Comment

Muffin Madness!

Our Polish pottery muffin pans are one of the most popular items in our store, and it's easy to see why! Like all of our pottery, these gorgeous pieces are oven-safe up to 425 degrees, are lead and cadmium free (which means there are no hot-spots, resulting in baked goods that are moist, evenly baked, and infused with flavor), and the high level of glaze makes cleanup a breeze! 

These zucchini muffins baked evenly throughout and slipped right out with ease!







These zucchini muffins baked evenly throughout, and slipped right out of the pan with ease!





These multi-purpose pans can be used for more than just muffins! With Polish pottery, the only limit is your imagination.

Cindy loves making these mini "quiches!" Simply pour beaten eggs, veggies, and bacon or sausage into the muffin cups and pop it in the oven for 20 minutes at 350 degrees for an easy and delicious breakfast treat! 


One of our customers submitted this picture of miniature tarts made with puff pastry and fresh fruit. Don't they look delicious?!

No matter how you decide to use it, the Polish pottery muffin pan is a great addition to your collection! You can pick one up for yourself by clicking right here:










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