Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Debra Lynn Dadd Reviews Xtrema's FridgeX Silicone Food Storage Containers

Here is what Debra Lynn Dadd had to say about Xtrema Cookware's new Fridgex Silicone 
Food Storage Container Line:

Based on this and other research I have done on silicone, I don't see a toxic problem here. Looks fine to me.I have a set of these storage containers. They can also be used as bakeware. There are two things I like about them. One is that they collapse so they take up less space to store. The other is they actually absorb cold, so they keep food cold out of the refrigerator, like a little cooler. I don't know how long this thermal effect lasts, but plastic doesn't hold the cold at all. Great feature! These are FDA approved containers for both baking and food storage. I don't see anything toxic about them! :)
-- Debra Lynn Dadd

To read the rest of her blog post on Silicone Storage Containers, please click here.

Happy Healthy Cooking,

Patrick Bergstrom

Monday, January 23, 2012

Xtrema 4 Qt Ceramic Soup Pot Giveaway by Formula Mom

We recently introduced the new Xtrema 4 Qt Ceramic Soup Pot in December of 2011 and it is quickly becoming one of our most popular products.  With its retro style and beautiful high-gloss black glaze, it makes for a must have in your kitchen.  So here's your chance to win this Xtrema Soup Pot for Free.  We have currently offered this to Formula Mom to hold a giveaway contest.

A message from the Formula Mom Blog--

"One lucky Formula Mom reader will win their own Xtrema Soup Pot as part of my A Blogtastic Extravaganza prize package! Beginning January 23rd, I will be one of the blogs participating in A Blogtastic Extravaganza giveaway event! I will be featuring a prize package “For the Home” valued at over $400! Come back on January 23rd to enter for your chance to win!"

Click Here  to learn more about the contest, to read her review of the 4 Qt Soup Pot and to learn how to make her homemade Rush Hour Chili.

Best of luck!

Patrick Bergstrom
Xtrema Healthy Cookware

Friday, January 20, 2012

Xtrema Winter Weekend Sale

Receive 15% off all Xtrema Healthy Ceramic Cookware, Bakeware, Teaware and FridgeX Silicone Food Storage Containers from January 20 through January 23rd.
New FridgeX 6 Piece Rectangular Set
New Xtrema 2 qt Retro Teapot


New Xtrema 4 Qt Soup Pot
Xtrema 3 Piece 10" Skillet Set

Plus you can also visit Penelope's Oasis Blog for a chance to win the new Xtrema 4 Qt Soup Pot. You can find out how to enter if you click on this link: Xtrema 4 Qt Review and Giveaway 

Cook the Safe, Healthy Way!

Xtrema Ceramic Cookware

Thursday, January 5, 2012

Xtrema Cookware is now on Pinterest

Come join Xtrema Healthy Cookware on Pinterest, the newest Social Media page on the web!  If your not familiar with Pinterest then visit http://pinterest.com/  to learn more about it.  You can also visit the Xtrema Cookware Board at http://pinterest.com/xtremacookware/  to see all the healthy and green things we're pinning! Our page is full of everything from healthy and green living, to tasty recipes, to the latest Xtrema Products. 

Check out this Super Fast Light Italian Recipe for White Pizza with Tomato & Basil we found on Pinterest: 


1 (10-ounce) Italian cheese-flavored thin pizza crust (such as Boboli) 1 teaspoon cornmeal Cooking spray

3 tablespoons refrigerated pesto with basil (such as Buitoni) 1/2 cup (2 ounces) shredded fresh mozzarella cheese

1/2 cup part-skim ricotta cheese 1/2 cup sliced small tomatoes (such as Campari tomatoes) 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
1/4 cup small basil leaves Crushed red pepper (optional)


1. Preheat broiler to high.

2. Place a baking sheet in oven; heat for 10 minutes.

3. While baking sheet heats, place crust on another baking sheet sprinkled with cornmeal. Lightly coat crust with cooking spray. Spread pesto evenly over crust, leaving a 1-inch border; sprinkle mozzarella evenly over pesto. Dollop ricotta, by teaspoonfuls, evenly over mozzarella. Slide crust onto preheated baking sheet, using a spatula as a guide. Broil 5 inches from heat for 5 minutes or until cheese begins to melt. Remove from oven; top evenly with tomatoes, black pepper, and basil. Sprinkle with red pepper, if desired. Cut into 8 slices.

Recipe by David Bonom, Cooking Light

So get signed up and pin the things you love!! 

Happy Pinning,

Patrick Bergstrom
Xtrema Healthy Cookware