Doing the Bacofoil Baco-Shake!

How many times have you roasted vegetables in the oven and they’ve stuck to the tray? Cooked chips and you lose half of most of them because they’ve stuck down? Baked fish fingers and the coating gets left behind when you try to remove them? I often have this problem and it’s a little bit annoying because I love my food, so obviously I want every single last morsel off that tray! Not to mention the fact that those bits that stick, are hard to remove when washing too and you need to give the tray a good scrub! Well, I may have the perfect answer for you – by doing the Bacofoil Baco-Shake!

I have to admit I usually buy cheap foil, and even if I use oil on it, my food still sticks. Sometimes, it also breaks when I’m trying to scrape food off and it gets my tray dirty, which defeats the whole object of me using foil in the first place! Bacofoil Non-Stick Foil is the perfect answer here; its non-stick properties (and the thickness of it) means you have no washing up, and it’s even healthier as there is no need to use oil to stop food sticking.

Bacofoil non-stick foil

Doing the Bacofoil Baco-Shake

My boys do eat fresh, wholesome, home cooked meals most of the time; but sometimes, I’ll be rushing around for one thing or another and I’ll just throw something in the oven for them, and we will eat when they’ve gone to bed. One of their favourites is fish fingers and oven chips, and usually they would stick to the foil and I’ll have to scrape them off. Not with the Bacofoil Baco-Shake!

I prepared a little video for you showing the non-stick properties of the Bacofoil –

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Doing the #BacofoilBacoShake!

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