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Sili-Uses: Cooking With Silicone – Silipint

Author: The Silipint Team

Cooking, baking, and more, with your Silipints

Ever wondered if you can put hot drinks in Silipints? Or if they’ll break if left in the freezer? Will silicone melt or off-gas in the dishwasher, microwave or oven?

At the Silipint HQ, we’ve heard lots of questions and seen many surprised faces when folks hear the versatile ways to use Silipint, beyond just a beverage receptacle.

Patented Silipints are 100% FDA-approved, food-grade platinum silicone, which means they’re free from BPA, BPS, phthalates, and other toxins. Unlike other drinkware materials such as glass, plastic, stainless or ceramic, they thrive in extreme temperature changes, making them ultra safe and insulating for hot or cold, and can even be used for cooking or baking.

Boiling water

To give you a head start on how you can use your Silipints, regardless of their size, here’s the 4-1-1 on temperature extremes, recipe ideas and pro tips on what versatile, flexible and virtually indestructible silicone can do.

Microwaving With Silicone

Perfect if you’re planning an outdoor adventure, throwing the annual summer BBQ, or just getting sili in the kitchen with your kids, being able to toss your Silipints in the microwave makes life much easier. Whether you’re in the dorm room, prepping breakfast for kids or flying out the door to work, here are a few on-the-go recipes to try in your Silipints.

Plus, unlike glass or ceramic, when you pull a Silipint out of the microwave you won’t burn your hands. Leave behind the unsustainable coffee sleeves! The insulating nature of silicone keeps the heat inside. Learn more here.

For these recipes below, in particular, a 16 oz Pint or 12 oz Base make great cooking and serving sizes. One of our newest, the 18 oz Squeeze-a-Bowl is an excellent size to cook with as well.

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  • Oatmeal – Add about 1 cup of water to your Silipint and ½ cup of oats. Cover & microwave for about 2-3 minutes. Sprinkle with brown sugar, sliced almonds, or fresh fruit and you’ve got a healthy, easy, ready-to-eat breakfast.
  • Soup – Make soup ahead of time and fill up your Silipints, top them off with our Silicone Travel Lids and stack them in the fridge (or freezer for longer-term storage). If you’re heading to work or class, grab one for a quick lunch you can reheat in the microwave.
  • Eggs – Simply add eggs to your Silipint, give them a scramble, add some peppers and cheese. Cover and heat on high in your microwave for about two minutes. Fluffing occasionally.

Baking With Silicone

Silipints can be safely put in the oven up to 450°F and the best part about baking with Silipints is that once you’re done cooking in them, you can toss them in the dishwasher to enjoy the easiest cleanup ever! Plus, the inner polished surface of Silipint products eliminates your need for foils or oil sprays. And, no more sticky messes you have to soak and hand scrub.

Our 9 oz Rocks Glasses make great single-serving sizes for dips and desserts.

Here are just a few ideas of what you can bake in your Silipint:
  • Desserts like cupcakes, brownies, and muffins
  • Dips, like artichoke dip or taco dip
  • Single-serve pot pies
  • Quiche

Camping, Grilling & BBQ’ing With Silicone

Want to show off some interesting party tricks at your BBQ or camp grill? Put some Silipints on your grill, away from direct flame and watch people look at you like you’re crazy! They won’t melt or catch on fire, but they will heat up your sides and dips for fun, perfectly-sized servings.

Use 9 oz Rocks Glasses for individual dips or use 12 oz Bases for larger portions to share.

  • Melt butter for your clams
  • Heat up chili or cheese to take your hotdogs and hamburgers to the next level
  • Make a hot teriyaki glaze to finish off your shish kabobs

If you’re cooking at camp, you can try the recipes for oatmeal, soup, and eggs (see Microwaving above). Add boiling water or if you need to heat something up in your Silipint, just put it on top of fire pit grates, but keep it out of direct flames to avoid charring.

Another cool trick? Enjoy all the deliciousness of bacon at camp without the fear of wild animals taking over because you left it dripping on the ground. Hook up a Silipint to the corner of the hot pad to catch the bacon grease.

Bacon grease catcher

Everyday Life With Silicone

If you haven’t noticed, we think silicone is a pretty amazing material. It has the ability to insulate hot and cold while also keeping our hands at a comfortable temperature. It can be thrown in a microwave, placed in an oven, stacked in a dishwasher, and packed in all of our travel bags.

Use them for making hot chocolates for the kids at camp, or heating up your soup for a quick work lunch, Silipints will make your life easier, more efficient, and more sustainable.

If you’re on a mission to get the absolute most out of your Silipints, we’d love to hear about your adventures, follow @Silipint and tag us on Instagram with your photos.

Check out our Sili Uses page for more fun tips and tricks with Silipints!


3 thoughts on “Sili-Uses: Cooking With Silicone – Silipint

  1. I wanted a bowl – I bought the Aqua-fur in white even though I don’t have a dog. Now I’ll be able to get a second bowl soon with your Squeeze-a-bowl.
    Thanks

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