#LeadFree (but #Cadmium): Silicone Baking Cups

Silicone Muffin Cups: Lead Free!

Tested in 2017.

Thank you to Sally Taber for donating and supporting my advocacy work!

I am not recommending you buy this product,
but here’s the link so you can read the specs on Amazon*.

Cadmium levels were as follows:
Pink: 227 ppm
Orange: 227 ppm
Yellow: 166 ppm
Green: 156 ppm
Blue: 187 ppm
Purple: 237 ppm.

Click here for more #SaferChoices in bakeware for your family!

Click here to read my post: “Cadmium Concerns” to learn more about the potential impact of cadmium in our cookware.

#XRFTesting

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5 Responses to #LeadFree (but #Cadmium): Silicone Baking Cups

  1. MJ December 4, 2017 at 8:19 am #

    Is There a brand you found to be safer? We just ordered these a month or so ago and they work fabulously

    • Tamara December 4, 2017 at 8:52 am #

      I’m sorry, there isn’t. I would stick with paper cups!

  2. Alison December 4, 2017 at 12:05 pm #

    I used them too, but not anymore. It explains why there is a plethora of them at the second hand stores.

  3. Bmommy December 4, 2017 at 12:11 pm #

    so upsetting that something that intended to be used with food is allowed to have toxic ingredients

  4. Abby December 4, 2017 at 3:27 pm #

    Yikes! I use this kind of silicone cupcake liners to bake muffins and cupcakes. My toddler even loves to stack and nest them. Omg! Thanks Tamara for sharing this information and growing awareness. Are colorful paper cupcake liners safe?

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