3 COOKINA Products for Easy Kitchen Clean-Up

From now till end of the year, there will be lots of cooking of seasonal treats and holiday dinners. Since you'll spend so much time in the kitchen, COOKINA offers three innovative products that are must-have if you want to cut down the time and energy spent cleaning up!

3 COOKINA Products for Easy Kitchen Clean-Up

With the COOKINA Barbecue, Cuisine and Gard Oven Protector home cooks can simply wipe off the sheets and that’s it. It’s that simple, no mess, no stress and no hassle.

COOKINA Gard Oven Protector ($12.99)

The COOKINA Gard Oven Protector is a toxin-free, easy-to-use product that helps home cooks keep the oven clean with minimal effort. Home cooks need not worry about cleaning the oven after each use with this product. Users can simply place the oven protector on the bottom of the oven to catch every spill and splatter for an easier clean-up, without any odor.

COOKINA Gard Oven Protector

I used the COOKINA Gard Oven Protector and loved it! It kept the bottom of my oven clean and free of burnt crumbs and other food spills. It came in a big size that will fit any oven so I didn't have to worry about some oven areas getting dirty. Clean up was quick and easy and it claims.


COOKINA Cuisine Reusable Cooking Sheet ($12.99)

The COOKINA Cuisine is an innovative product that creates a nonstick, easy-to-clean and healthy cooking & baking experience. Ideal for using as an alternative to aluminum foil, parchment and wax paper, users can place the cooking sheet on a baking tray or pan to bake recipes without having to use oil of needing to clean the tray and oven afterwards.


The COOKINA Barbecue Reusable Grilling Sheet

The COOKINA Barbecue is an innovative solution offering home cooks a non-stick, easy-clean and healthy grilling & cooking experience. Ideal for using as an alternative to aluminum foil, users can utilize this product by placing the reusable grilling sheet over the grill to cook up dishes without having to use oil or needing to clean the grill afterwards.

Available at Home Depot’s nationwide for $14.99.


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49 comments:

  1. I will be making my sweet potato casserole or my cherry coke ham

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  2. We are getting ready to make a ton of Halloween cupcakes and cookies.

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  3. I usually have to make mac and cheese for our holiday dinners.

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  4. Cheesy potatoes are always a hit during the holidays.

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  5. For Thanksgiving I am looking forward making a turkey and for Christmas I am excited to make cookies.

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  6. I am always in charge of stuffing, sweet potatoes and PIES.

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  7. For Christmas I always make a Bacon & Waterchestnuts appetizer.

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  8. I do a lot of cooking for holidays. Everyone's fall favorite is Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars with Salted Caramel Swirl.

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  9. I would love to make lasagna for the holidays.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  10. My husband loves sweet potato casserole for the holidays.

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  11. I'm cooking cheesy, bacon mashed potatoes!

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  12. Pumpkin pie. Patricia

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  13. The turkey and the pumpkin pie. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  14. I cook everything. The turkey, stuffing, potatoes, pie, etc. It's just my daughter and I in our house and she's only 2.
    mcfallsk8er[at]aim[dot]com

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  15. I will roast a turkey for Thanksgiving.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  16. we make cinnamon rolls every Christmas morning. YUM.

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  17. I will be making a Thanksgiving turkey with all of the trimmings.

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  18. I think I am creating pumpkin pie but not sure yet.

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  19. I'm making deviled eggs and sweet potato casserole

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  20. I will be baking a pecan pie & pumpkin pie!

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  21. I'll be making green bean casserole and a couple of pies!

    skkorman AT bellsouth DOT net

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  22. A coworker is giving me her sweet potato casserole recipe :)

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  23. I cook a feast every year and really look forward to it. Some of the things that I will be making are maple bacon turkey, umpkin pie, and my famous pecan sweet potatoes.

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  24. I am going to be making a lot of cookies and brownies!

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  25. I am in charge of the fruit salad, its one of my favorites to make with TONS of fresh fruit.

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  26. Turkey, Stuffing, Pie...I do all the cooking here!

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  27. I will cook the mac n cheese and pecan pie

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  28. I'll be making pies! Lots and lots of pies!

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  29. I will be cooking the usually turkey dressing and other vegetables and desertts

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  30. We go to my SIL's for the family Thanksgiving, but I always bring something. She will be taking care of the turkey, so this year I will bring Apricot Glazed Chicken and Rice for another meal and Pumpkin Dump Cake for dessert.
    Mary Beth Elderton

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  31. Ill be making the stuffing!
    hrddiana556@gmail.com

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  32. I will be making sweet potatoes and maybe a green bean casserole. dwelchert at yahoo dot com

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  33. I am going to attempt to make my first home made pumpkin pie.

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  34. i will be cooking a turkey and all the fixings.

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  35. All my kids are grown, but I usually go out with my son for Thanksgiving... So happily I will not be cooking for the holidays!

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  36. So many dishes being cooked and baked in our oven this holiday season including prime rib, scalloped potatoes and a sweet potato pie!

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  37. I usually make the homemade mac & cheese and cream corn for Thanksgiving =)

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