Chicago Metallic UPtake Cupacke Pan, Carrier & Server Giveaway

It’s that time of year where not only is everyone baking a lot of cupcakes, but they are transporting them here, there and everywhere, which isn’t always the easiest thing to do.  Chicago Metallic has an awesome new product to take care of all o fhtat – the UPtake!

Who doesn’t love cupcakes, especially during the holidays?   With the UPtake™ you can bake, decorate, take, lift and serve – all-in-one!  Impress your guests and loved ones with your baking prowess… and leave the UPtake behind as a gift that keeps on giving!  Available nationwide at Bed Bath and Beyond and Sur La Table for $24.99.

This is so cool!   Here is more about the Chicago Metallic UPtake…

Chicago Metallic™ – home of the baking experts – introduces the ultimate all-in-one set for making, taking and serving festive cupcakes & treats: introducing the UPtake™!  With its unique pop-up design, this versatile cupcake carrier/pan combo raises your cupcakes for neat and easy decorating and serving, offering a perfect presentation every time!
This revolutionary cupcake pan, carrier and elevated server is virtually all you need for flawless baking and entertaining.  The UPtake™ is with you every step of the way – first bake cupcakes or muffins in the pan using paper or silicone liners.  Then, use the innovative lid as a base for the pan to elevate your treats for mess-free decorating. When transporting, the lid locks firmly in place with durable snap-fit latches for convenient carrying to and from any holiday party, office celebration, after-school activity or for use as a gift! Finally, your delicious goodies can be individually displayed and served using the lid as a pedestal, promising easy access for your friends and family while avoiding sticky fingers and messed up decorations! The UPtake is one small step for cupcakes; one giant step for sharing baked creations with loved ones!
The UPtake™ is available nationwide at Bed Bath and Beyond and Sur La Table for a suggested retail price of $24.99.  For more information, consumers can visit

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Need some cupcake recipes to put in  this cool new UPtake, check out this round up of some of the best holiday cupcakes from bakers and bloggers around the web.

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  1. Karen W. says

    This would be especially great for taking cupcakes to work or school – the ability to transport safely is key and you may not have display space, this satisfies both. I have similar pans (in traditional cake/brownie rectangles and squares) and they are very handy, although they do not stack attractively like this one does.

  2. tabatha l. says

    I definitely would like to have the Chicago Metallic Uptake Pan, Carrier, and Server…Such a clever and simple solution for easy transportation of cupcakes without the messy fingers!

  3. Anne Hernandez says

    I would bake ALL KINDS of cup cakes and bring them in to work. My colleagues would love/hate me for all the deliciousness/calories and joy I’d bring to their lives. My Pinterest board and Kitchen Aid would get a work out (also sending me to the gym), but we’d all live happily ever after.

  4. abhi says

    love baking and love your website… looking forward to serve some cuppy cakes for my princess’s first bday next month..

  5. Terri C says

    Oh my, I would make all kinds of cupcakes, I take them to church often and I have a hard time keeping them pretty! I use a really good chocolate chocolate chip recipe often.

  6. Kelli H says

    The cupcakes I would bake, decorate and take are Mocha Cupcakes With Espresso Buttercream. They are a huge hit with everyone I know, so I would be shaing more of those.

  7. Rachelle says

    I just made some AMAZING devils food cupcakes with a Hershey’s Hug in the middle. THey were topped with a white chocolate whipped cream frosting. I love love LOVE taking them to parties, but often have to get creative with how I transport them. I LOVE these!!!

  8. Danielle says

    I would bake a vanilla cupcake (since I’m weird and don’t like chocolate cake) and use a decadent frosting… real buttercream with oreos or something!

  9. Michelle says

    I have had mini Reese’s peanut butter cups saved in the freezer since Halloween with plans to make chocolate cupcakes with a Reese’s in the middle with peanut butter frosting. Soon they will be made….soon.

  10. Debbie says

    I’d make some of the many cute ones I’ve Pinned on Pinterest. Christmas Eve at my daughter’s house would be a great place to use this cool set, as long as she doesn’t try to get it from me. 😉

  11. Leah K. says

    Mini oreo cheesecakes (the kind with the whole Oreo at the bottom and broken-up Oreo inside the mini-cheesecakes)!! Huge hit at events.

  12. Jan says

    I would make chocolate truffle cupcakes with cream cheese icing – yum! Would so love to win this muffin tin and carrier!

  13. Melanie says

    I would make gingerbread cupcakes with cinnamon buttercream frosting, and put mini gingerbread cookies on top. Perfect for the holidays :)

  14. Merrill P. says

    I would make chocolate cupcakes with peanut butter frosting and filling, decorated with a peanut butter cup! My husband and I have our birthdays 3 days apart in January so I’d make them for that and bring them with us to a family get-together to celebrate.

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