Cookies and more! TFX Non-Stick Kitchen Sheet Review and Giveaway

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Today is a traveling day. As I sit in the airport for over 2 hours, people watching and catching up on tasks, I contemplate the weather and temperature shift I will be experiencing.

The current temperature is 28 degrees and I am mentally preapring myself for 70 degree weather. Yes. This is kind of shocking but Texas seems so volatile when it comes to temperature.

As I sit here I am planning on some of the things I will get to do while in Houston. Despite not being able to really bake for people this year I am hoping to cook and bake some while at my mom’s and in-laws home. It is my love language so I have been thinking of cookie and cupcake recipes to make. Here are a few:

Maple Almond Chocolate Chip Cookies

Almond Snowball Cookies

Triple Chocolate Brownie Cookies

Cherry-Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies


Raspberry Cupcakes w/ Raspberry Icing


Double Chocolate Cherry Walnut Cookies (GF)

When I realized I wanted to post something today I forgot to introduce you to a great product that I have been enjoying lately. Last month I had the chance to bake with a new product to the US. It has been a popular product in Sweden called TFX Non-Stick Kitchen Sheet.


Instead of using countless yards of parchment paper, this is a reusable non-stick sheet that can work and replace the following items:

  • parchment paper
  • foil
  • silicone baking mats
  • non-stick spray
  • oil and butter

It also works by placing on skillets that are NOT non-stick, by cutting out a section and placing it on your skillet to prevent from sticking. It is also great as an oven liner in case of spills.

If this does not convince you maybe this will:

The TFX is:

Reusable over a 1,000 times
Dishwasher & Mircowave safe
Usable up to 500 F
Can be cut to fit your shape and size needs
Promotes healthy and even cooking
Environmentally friendly – stop using regular parchment paper and foil!
As thin as paper- no storage space needed
Not even bacteria can stick to this non-stick sheet
Why TFX:

Half the price of silicone products – 3 times the application!
Sold in 16 European countries in over 15 years
Already being introduced to Whole Foods Market – they know a great product when they see it!

The company has so generously donated one sheet to give to one of my readers. This is definitely something that would come in handy over the holidays!

Required entry:  1. What is the 1st thing you would bake using this kitchen sheet?

Extra entries: (leave a comment for each)

2. Like TFX Non-Stick on Facebook
3. Like Opera Singer in Kitchen on Facebook
4. Follow Opera Singer in Kitchen on Google Reader
5. Follow on Twitter and tweet following message “Enter to win popular non-stick Kitchen Sheet for #green #eco #sustainable environment. Non-stick spray out the door!

Last day to enter is Sunday, December 19th at midnight, EST and I will announce winner on Monday, December 20th.

If you cannot wait to see if you won, go and purchase one now! They are on sale for $10 so Buy Now !

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  • Lauren

    What a great giveaway! I’d definitely make some gingerbread cookies first :)

  • Lauren

    I like TFX Nonstick on Facebook

  • Nicole

    What a great product! I would love to try making cookies with them.

  • Lauren

    I like OSK on Facebook

  • Lauren

    Following you on Google Reader

  • Lauren

    Tweeted it @goofyfrito

  • Nicole

    I follow you on Google Reader

  • Nicole

    I tweeted about the giveaway (@aDashofVegan)

  • megan @ whatmegansmaking

    I would use it to make cranberry bliss bars! They were hard to get out of the pan

  • Molly

    I live in Houston and recently found your blog. I really enjoy reading it! I am about 80% vegan and 20% vegetarian. Keep up your wonderful posts, I can’t wait to try some of your recipes.

  • Roxan

    Hmm.. what would I bake first. probably some linzer cookies. That has been on my list a while!

  • Wilde in the Kitchen

    I hope you can get a little baking in during the holidays. I am going to have to try those raspberry cupcakes!

  • Becca

    I think this would motivate me to actually make cookies!

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  • Becca

    I am subscribed to your RSS feed through Google Reader

    rebeccastar at gmail dot com

  • Catherine

    what a fun giveaway! I have christmas cookies left to bake, so I would probably use it for them!

  • Vegiegail

    I would LOVE to have this! I use yards and yards of parchment paper and always worry about how wasteful (and expensive) it is. The first thing I would make with it is Bryanna Clark Grogan’s Chai-Spiced Oat Crepes with Grilled Mangos or Nectarines and Citrus-Almond “Ricotta” Filling. I’ve been putting off making these until I had a reason to celebrate. Winning one of these sheets would be all the motivation I need! :)

  • Vegiegail

    I like you, (no, I LOVE you!) on Facebook!

  • Evan Thomas

    I would bake some double fudge cookies. Awesome giveaway!

  • Evan Thomas

    I Like Opera Singer in the Kitchen on FB

  • Shanna

    I would make chocolate chip cookies

  • Michelle in Colorado Springs

    I would make candied nuts.

  • dolmadez

    Cookies! Lots & lots of cookies!

  • dolmadez

    I like you on facebook.

  • dolmadez

    I follow with GC.

  • Gone Pie Vegan Bakery

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  • Gone Pie Vegan Bakery

    This is quite a cool product! You can cut cake circles for making little cakes or pies and reuse them over and over. I like that! I always feel so wasteful using paper cake pan liners.

  • Ronda

    I would be making sugar cookies, chocolate chip cookies and peanut butter cookies. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

  • Ronda

    I follow you with GFC.

  • Karen

    Oh I need to try this. I would make cookies which seem seem to be sticking lately on mine.

  • Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    Michigan –> Texas will be such a nice change! Enjoy that great weather! I’m thinking of driving down to Dallas this weekend to escape the cold that’d finally hitting OKC.

    I’d back my first batch of Xmas cookies with this sheet!

  • Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    “Liked” TFX on FB

  • Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    Like you on FB

  • Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    Follow you in Google Reader

  • Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    & tweeted!

  • HeyitsBeth

    I’d make my standard chocolate chip cookies. Gotta be the inaugural batch!

  • Cherloo
  • Cherloo

    GFC Follower

  • Cherloo

    Follow on twitter and tweeted

  • Kelly

    Awesome giveaway! Hmm… I’d bake some of my Christmas cookies on it, methinks.

  • Angela Ison

    First I will bake peanut butter cookies and coconut cookies!

  • Angela Ison

    Follow you on GFC#224!

  • Jessica

    First thing I would make are oatmeal cookies for my mom!

  • Erin

    I would try my pumpkin chocolate chip cookies, as well as your maple chocolate chip cookies!

  • Bethany S.

    So many to choose from . . . Chocolate chip cookies first, probably. :)

  • Bethany S.

    I like Opera Singer in Kitchen on Facebook.

  • Lindsay


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  • Lindsay

    i like you on facebook

  • lindsay

    I like tfx-non stick on facebook

  • lindsay

    i have you in my google reader

  • Monet

    I just ran out of parchment paper…this TFX sheet would be great! I have been hankering for some scones, so that would probably be my choice! I hope that your travels went smoothly, my dear!

  • Bess @ I Dream of Greenie

    Awesome giveaway.

    I ike TFX on FB, already like you on FB and follow you on Twitter/Google reader :)

  • Tanya

    Gingerbread People or Shortbread!

  • jjfoley

    oatmeal chocolate chip cookies