With “The Great British Bake Off” back on the box, more and more of us are rising to the challenge of baking our own.
But getting kitted out in the kitchen can be a costly job and might even see your cake making dreams collapse like an undercooked Victoria sponge.
A secret ingredient is what’s needed, and it’s here with a Wham! Best known for its great value plastic household products, the Wham brand of housewares now includes an essentials bakeware range.
The Wham Cook collection consists of a 36 piece non-stick Teflon range, eight enamelware items and a choice of 11 utensils. The high quality bakeware collection is all made in the UK, offering everything the aspiring baker could want and with prices starting at just a few pounds.
Teflon® Select non-stick is used for the main Wham Cook range, applied as a coil coating to guarantee the longest performing non-stick bakeware in the marketplace. Comprising all the popular shapes, it includes round and square cake tins, muffin tins and bun sheets, loaf tins, oven trays and roasters. More unusual shapes include traditional folded loaf tins and a heart-shaped springform.
To complement the non-stick range, Wham has recently added eight top quality vitreous enamel products, suitable not just for oven cooking but also for stovetops, barbecues and even directly over a campfire. Hardwearing and durable, Wham Cook enamelware is extremely versatile.
The new Wham Cook utensils are exclusively designed by Wham and available in various colour combinations. The range includes standard and slotted spoons, spatulas, turners, whisks and more, most with soft grip handles and raised heads to keep work surfaces clean. Three silicone utensils are easy to clean, dishwasher safe and heat resistant, making them perfect to use with non-stick cookware.
The competitively priced Wham Cook range is available through all good retailers of household and kitchen goods.
For more about Wham brand products, most of which are manufactured in Britain by Lancashire-based What More UK Ltd, visit: www.whatmoreuk.com