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Giveaway: Win a Years Supply of Bacofoil Easy Bake

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Without a doubt Bacofoil Easy Bake Non-Stick Paper is the best baking paper I've ever used. Cookies lifted off the baking tray with ease and cakes slid out of their tin in tact - this really is a must have product for any keen baker.

Bacofoil have kindly offered a years supply of Easy Bake Non-Stick Paper to one lucky Jam and Clotted Cream reader. To be in with a chance of winning, all you need to do is enter via the Rafflecopter widget below! UK entrants only please.

Good Luck x

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  1. I've never tried Bacofoil non stick paper before it would be great when baking biscuits :)

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  2. Hope it's me - love baking x

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  3. I use masses of non stick paper because I use it in crafting as well as cooking! Yesterday I made some "enamel" dots by spreading out plastic beads on a sheet of it and baking them until they melted.

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  4. Have not tried this one before but will come in very ahdny

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  5. not tried this, would like to

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  6. Never tried this brand, sounds great x

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  7. My wife does a lot of baking. This is a very handy prize, thank you!

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  8. Great for me as im always running out!! Thanks x

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  9. I do a lot of batch baking so this would be
    fantastic. Great giveaway - thank you.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  10. Fabulous giveaway. Really handy prize

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  11. A years supply should just about see my maternity leave baking obsession through!

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  12. That would come in very useful.

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  13. Love using this stuff for cooking/ baking great giveaway

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  14. I would love to win this prize, as a family we get through a lot :)

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  15. This is a brilliant product, I used it last week for cookies and sponges

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  16. Great prize, I often realise I don't have any baking paper when I need it!

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  17. I'd be baking all year if I won this!

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  18. I've never tried Bacofoil non stick paper before

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  19. fingers crossed fab prize :)

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  20. we do love baking and cooking so this would be a great prize for us! xx

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  21. Brilliant and useful giveaway:thanks for the chance xx

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  22. A fab and very handy prize, thank you.

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  23. I love Bacofoil products! Thank you :)

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  24. This would be very useful. Bacofoil.. Always handy to have in the kitchen.

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  25. Thanks for the chance to win! :)

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  26. Fingers crossed that this will be in my kitchen drawer.

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  27. Never tried this brand before, but I would like to. Thanks for the giveaway. I love to bake!

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  28. I get through a roll of Bacofoil (foil) a week but I would happily have some non stick paper - just run out! :)

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  29. I can't believe how excited I am about Bacofoil! Keeping fingers crossed!

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  30. This sounds ideal for lining loaf tins

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  31. This would be ideal for when I get back into baking

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  32. Would love this to help with my baking

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  33. Great giveaway as I fly through the stuff!

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  34. Lovely prize - I do a lot of baking so this would be really useful.

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  35. I love baking so it would be very handy! Thanks for the chance!

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  36. how you know you're getting older - when you get really excited about winning some greaseproof paper! :D Great prize, would be so useful

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  37. Would come in handy for all the Christmas baking

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  38. Very useful. I'm a keen baker and always running out.

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  39. Great prize would be lovely to win x

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  40. I'd love to try it out. I currently have a pile of fallen apart gingerbread as it stuck to the tin.

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  41. Sounds great and would make all that Christmas baking and cooking less stressful

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  42. I'd love to win, i go though this so fast

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  43. This sounds fab for my baking!

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  44. this would be great when batch cooking Christmas cookies - thanks for the giveaway

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  45. What a great idea for a prize!!

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  46. Fab giveaway for a very useful prize. Thank you :-)

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  47. Use loads of this so would be very handy indeed

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  48. Fantastic giveaway, fingers crossed :)

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  49. yes please, certainly come in handy :)

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  50. I use this all the time. It would come in really handy. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  51. Useful prize, thank you! I'm wondering about those avocado cookies, think I'll have to try them. They certainly look good, just sounds so odd doesn't it?

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