Xtrema Natural Ceramic Baking Dish & Roaster Review and Giveaway!

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In a world filled with toxins and chemicals paired with my longing to cook 100% healthy and safe meals for my family, something I have over-looked is the safety of the cookware I am using. Non-stick cookware has been known to release dangerous toxic fumes when heated, and PFOA, the chemical used in its production, has been linked to cancer and thyroid disease. As technology advances, more studies are being released on the safety of non-stick cookware and the EPA has designated PFOA as a “likely carcinogen.” Now that is scary!

I recently had the extreme pleasure of working with the amazing folks at Xtrema Ceramic Cookware. Xtrema goes above and beyond to see that not only is their cookware a joy to use but is safe and free of those suspicious carcinogens. Xtrema Cookware has created a line of 100% organic, metal and chemical free ceramic cookware for the purest taste, easiest clean-up, and most versatile cooking experience around. Not only that – this ceramic cookware can withstand even the highest temperature without cracking or melting. Xtreme cookware can withstand 2,700 F, Steel can melt at 2,200 F.

The 4 QT Roaster and Baking Pan that I received from Xtrema definitely exceeded my expectations. Upon first look, this roaster has a  gorgeous high gloss black finish, not to mention, the weight and quality.  The 4 Qt. Natural Ceramic Oblong Baking Dish & Roaster with Removable Roasting Rack is one of the latest additions to Xtrema’s cookware line. This 12.5″ x 10.5″ x 2.5″ roaster is great for roasting poultry, fish, veggies and beef. The removable roasting rack make this piece super versatile and can be used in the oven, stovetop, broiler, freezer, barbeque grill, microwave oven, dishwasher and dining room table. This 2 piece roaster currently sells for only $99.99 and is worth every cent!

Our New - 4 Qt. Natural Ceramic Oblong Baking Dish & Roaster with Removable Roasting Rack Wt. 6.4 Lbs

I could not wait to put this roasting pan to the test! I decided to prepare a venison roast with potatoes and carrots– my husband’s favorite. If you’re interested, the recipe is as follows:

Venison Roast:

  • 1 cup water
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons salt
  • 1 teaspoon pepper
  • 3 garlic cloves, crushed
  • 1/2 teaspoon Mrs. dash
  • 1 large onion, chopped
  • 15-20 baby carrots
  • 2lbs baby red & yellow potatoes
  • one venison roast, 3 1/2 to 5 pounds
Put roast into roasting pan with water to cover bottom of roaster. Sprinkle seasoning evenly over roast. Add carrots, potatoes, onions and garlic. Cover with foil. Cook at 325 degrees for 2 hours or 30 minutes per pound.

The final product turned out delicious! Cleaning the roaster was by far the easiest clean-up ever- which makes me one happy girl! Xtrema cookware definitely gets my A+++ seal of approval!

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The super great folks at Xtrema Cookware are giving one lucky Frugal 4 Four reader the chance to win their very own 4 QT Roaster and Baking Pan (a $109.99 retail value)! Just enter below! Best of luck & healthy and happy cooking! 🙂

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  1. I would cook chicken or beef!
    Thanks for the chance

  2. Brandy Ables says:

    I would love to cook a whole chicken & squash or my first Thanksgiving Turkey.. Happy Halloween

  3. Margie Young says:

    I would love to cook a roast with potatoes, carrots and onions . Yum !

  4. I am on a quest to eat as healthy as possible and this cookware would be the icing on the cake. You can have
    the best organic fresh meats and vegetables but if you’re using unhealthy cookware you’re still wreaking havoc with your health. I am learning how to cook all over again and having this roaster will bring out the best in my carmelized root vegetables!

  5. Jessica Martinez says:

    I’d roast a whole chicken 🙂

  6. Jenn Holliday says:

    We cook a lot of chicken, but I think I would try a pork roast in this first. I am very interested in learning more about this cookware.

  7. Ruth Reynolds says:

    roast beef first then find ohter recipes for it.

  8. Lynn K Shaffer says:

    By the time it would arrive I would cook my Thanksgiving turkey in it.

  9. Kristina C says:

    I’d make prime rib!

  10. It would be nice to have one of these

  11. April Skidgel says:

    I would cook a nice pork shoulder with cabbage, carrots and onions, YUM 😀

  12. wendi watson says:

    thanksgiving dinner i would wait to do the turkey!

  13. Karla Sceviour says:

    I would cook a roast..we cook a lot of roasts here..yum,and I really need a new roaster,,a hole burned in the bottom of my other one..lol..thanks for the chance to win!

  14. A yummy Roast with Carrots and Redskinned Potatotes. YUM!

  15. Seyma Shabbir says:

    Korean style ribs

  16. I would cook a chicken and rice dish

  17. I’d like to cook a nice roast it it

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  18. probably roast chicken & vegis

  19. Stephanie Phelps says:

    I would cook a broccoli cheese and rice casserole

  20. Jennifer Rote says:

    I’d make herb roasted chicken.

  21. A chicken. Yum!

  22. Gina Hodges says:

    I would make Cornish hens with roasted potatoes for the family!

  23. Marcy Strahan says:

    I would cut up a london broil into thin strips & cover with faquita seasoning surround with new potatoes & baby carrots & red Onions!

  24. Stacey J. says:

    I would probably make a roast chicken.

  25. Renee Hazlewood says:

    Roast a chicken. The family loves it!

  26. domestic diva says:

    I would roast a chicken.

  27. Beverly Youngblood says:

    who or what thats my secret LOL

  28. June Isbel says:

    I would cook a husband if I had one! LOL
    Happy Halloween

  29. I would cook a pork roast in this pan. I’ve got a great recipe for one and this would be perfect for it.

  30. glori johnson says:

    i would like to try lemon chicken

  31. Karen Glatt says:

    I would cook Christmas dinner in this pan first! I would have a Beef Roast with potatoes and carrots! Your dish looks yummy!

  32. I would love to cook for my family a nice roast

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