Mother’s Day Cooking with JCPenney Bakeware 

5 May

Mother’s Day for me is spent with my family. I know for some it’s a day to relax minus the kids, a spa day or dinner in a fancy restaurant. I enjoy cooking so I will be making dinner for my family a day ahead so we can just heat up the next day and have more time to spend with each other. Leftovers taste great too. I made a sample of baked ziti in my new Certified International Solstice 4.75-qt. Cream Rectangular Baker from JCPenney. This durable stoneware in a pleasing cream color is embossed with metallic trim for a rectangular baker that is oven safe to 450°.

*stoneware
*dishwasher safe

*oven safe to 450°

*4.75-qt.

*16.5×9.75×3.25″H

*imported

It passed the test. I’ve never had a baking dish this fancy before. I’ve been missing out. I love the detail on my dish and the cream color. This dish just looks so good and baked my dish to a perfection. No leaks or spills, cooked evenly, and held my enormous baked ziti. Easy to clean and store. For just $50 on sale regular $100 you can own one too. Thanks to JCPenney for my early Mother’s Day gift. You really know how to spoil a girl. I think the next thing on the menu is eggplant parmigiana. I can do some major cooking in my baking dish. Link below.

http://m.jcpenney.com/certified-international-solstice-475-qt-cream-rectangular-baker/prod.jump?ppId=pp5006300842&searchTerm=certified%20international%20solstice&catId=SearchResults&_dyncharset=UTF-8&colorizedImg=DP1123201517080512M.TIF


What would you cook in your baking dish?   Head to http://www.JCPenney.com for more info. 

Disclosure: This is not a compensated post. I received dish to review. Opinions are mine 100% as always. 

2 Responses to “Mother’s Day Cooking with JCPenney Bakeware ”

  1. Chantel Keona May 5, 2016 at 1:31 pm #

    Wow looks yummy.

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