Win a Profiline PushPan Prize Pack worth $170!

The first episode of The Great Australian Bake Off, airs on Tuesday 9th July at 8pm on Channel Nine and I can’t wait to start watching this series! The contestants will be using the Profiline PushPan – an innovative new loose-based, watertight cake tin only recently released to the Australian consumer market.

I know most bakers have experienced that stressful moment when you try and release your set cheesecake or freshly baked cake from it’s pan and it sticks. I’ve had entire cakes collapse which I hastily had to patch up before serving. The silicone seal on the Profiline PushPan ensures cakes release easily from their pan and ensures there is no leakage – no batter can seep out and nothing can get in, which is ideal for baking a cheesecake in a water bath.

It’s suitable for cakes, cheesecakes, quiches, jelly, pies or even ice cream desserts of any depth. It comes in six sizes, including 12cm, 18cm, 20cm, 22cm, 24cm and 26cm. It’s now available from Myer and independent cookware retailers across Australia.

And lucky for Love Swah readers, I am giving away a Profiline Push Pan Prize Pack (try and say that quickly) worth over $170!

The prize pack includes:
4 x 12cm PushPans
2 x 20cm PushPans
1 x 26cm PushPan
The total prize value will be RRP$171.65.

Enter now to be in the running to win this great prize, perfect for the home baker. Sorry but this competition is only open to my Australian readers.

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Comments

  1. says

    You know what I need in my life right now? Cheesecake. Not just any kind of cheesecake, but rich, indulgent, naughty cheesecakes inspired by my favourite sweet treats like Snickers bar, cinnamon rolls and red velvet cakes.

    • Swah says

      Oh god Sophie you are making me salivate! Now I need cheesecake (and a Snickers, oh and some cinnamon rolls and a red velvet cake would be great too!)

  2. says

    I hope to win this just to have an excuse to make an indulgent, honeycomb caramel cheesecake… :D
    Great giveaway, thank you :)

    Cheers
    Uru

  3. says

    Oh man, my head just filled up with cheesecake ideas. But I think my first cheesecake would be some form of rosemary and honey cheesecake with scorched orange reduction type situation.
    The water tight seal is genius, that is my reason for not doing cheesecakes 95% of the time. No excuse now. Sorry thighs.

    • Swah says

      Rosemary + honey with scorched orange… in cheesecake form?! Be still my beating heart! I too have to apologise to my thighs, I foresee a lot more cheesecakes in the future :)

  4. ROBYN LITTLE says

    What an amazing baking pan. I would make a maple syrup and pecan cheesecake, which is an all time favourite of mine.

  5. Caroline says

    All this talk of cheesecake is making me very hungry! I’d give Billy Law’s Vegemite cheesecake another go, it was good enough the first time around, but in these pans I reckon it’d be perfect. :)

      • Caroline says

        Oh yes, Vegemite cheesecake indeed! It was incredible, very rich, but oh so tasty. The Vegemite really just lends a saltiness like you’d find in salted caramel. I used the recipe from his book, but he’s got it on his blog too: http://atablefortwo.com.au/2009/04/vegemite-cheesecake
        It worked the first time around, but I was a bit impatient and tried to get it out too quickly, so the top cracked a bit.

  6. Kim says

    My daughter is always asking if she can learn to cook a caramel tart, this would be perfect for it, so that’s what I would cook!

  7. says

    the first thing id do with this amazing pushpan is bake my favourite japanese cheesecake! i always hv to foil wrap x2 and baking paper the inside because im worried the water will seep in!

  8. says

    Oh my god, this is amazing! I foresee a perfectly baked, creamy, crack-free cheesecake in my future! I’m with Caroline, I’ve been meaning to try Billy’s vegemite cheesecake recipe since I bought his cookbook last year… :D

  9. lindsey clare says

    Hi Swah! I’m not sure why I haven’t read your blog before, but I’m here now :)

    These tins look pretty fab – I have a love/hate relationship with my regular springform. I’d probs be boring and go a regular cheesecake… because I never make baked cheesecakes (or any cheesecakes really).

  10. Tracey M says

    I have always wanted to use wattleseed in something (since I saw Mark Olive use it in his show). I think a lovely Baked Aussie Cheesecake of Lemon Myrtle, Macadamia and Wattleseed would be delicious!

    • Swah says

      Ooo I’ve never baked with wattleseed, and combined with lemon myrtle and macadamia sounds heavenly and VERY Australian! :)

      • Tracey M says

        I hadn’t thought of it before either, but he uses all that bush food and it looks divine! He was making wattle seed icecream…. I saw him do like a wattle seed chai the other day and it looked heavenly too! It apparently has a nutty flavour! Definitely have to track some down! :)

  11. Rowan says

    I reckon I would go a chocolate cherry cheesecake…they are often really hard to get out of the pan in one piece, and these look awesome! Yummo!! I am feeling inspired to get baking….

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