Paul Hollywood by KitchenCraft 12-Hole Non-Stick Mini Muffin Tin with Loose Bases, 36 x 27 cm (14" x 10.5") £11.50 @ Amazon (free delivery Prime or +£4.75 non prime) and John Lewis
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Paul Hollywood by KitchenCraft 12-Hole Non-Stick Mini Muffin Tin with Loose Bases, 36 x 27 cm (14" x 10.5") £11.50 @ Amazon (free delivery Prime or +£4.75 non prime) and John Lewis

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Paul Hollywood by KitchenCraft 12-Hole Non-Stick Mini Muffin Tin with Loose Bases, 36 x 27 cm (14" x 10.5") £11.50 @ Amazon (free delivery Prime or orders over £20) and John Lewis (£3.50 Home Delivery for orders under £50, £2 for Click & Collect, £3.50 Collect+). Deal Link takes you to Amazon.

John Lewis Link: johnlewis.com/pau…847

  • With individual loose-bases, allowing your bakes to pop straight out
  • Made of thick, corrosion-resistant carbon steel for impressive strength. With 2 layers of Paul's superior 'champagne' non-stick coating
  • With 12 holes, it's perfect for small pies, deep-filled tarts and canapes. It even includes one of Paul's favourite mini muffin recipes
  • Twenty year guarantee (5 year non-stick)
  • PHHB96
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Another celeb putting his name to a ordinary product and thinking us mugs will buy it.

Not me though and not the Hotukdeals peeps to savvy for that
Are you allowed to use the expression "muffin tin" in public? Sounds very dodgy to me
Fox_meister1st Jan

Another celeb putting his name to a ordinary product and thinking us mugs …Another celeb putting his name to a ordinary product and thinking us mugs will buy it.Not me though and not the Hotukdeals peeps to savvy for that


As I just said on the other item I posted from this range I didn't buy it because of the Paul Hollywood endorsement (I'm definitely not a mug that is going to fall for a price hike due to a celebrity name) but because it worked out cheaper than the standard kitchencraft range at the time I was purchasing and the kitchencraft range is actually a good quality range...from the Paul Hollywood range I picked up 2lb loaf tins for £3.97, 1lb loaf tins for £3.47, 7" and 8" sandwich tins for £3.97 each, large cookie/baking tray for £5.97, 8" square loose bottomed tin for £4.97, Brownie tin £5.99 - all the Paul Hollywood items were cheaper than the standard kitchencraft range and the only difference is the colour and I've got to admit I really like the champagne colour over the standard grey or black

Anyway regardless of who is endorsing this item and 6 hole pie tin it is the cheapest price either has been and is cheaper than kitchencraft's standard range...hence the reason I bought some
Voted cold due to concerns about Paul Hollywood and yewtree
Only £5.75 now
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