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Miracle Plate is a kitchen tool that will keep your breakfast, lunch or dinner plate from becoming too cold. When you use it, you won't need to rush to the table before your meal starts to cool down. This device will also keep cold dishes, such as salads or dips, as cool as they should be. All you'll need to do is pop it in the microwave or the freezer for a short period of time, and it'll keep your food at an ideal temperature for up to 30 extra minutes.
The cost of Miracle Plate is $14.95 plus $6.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Miracle Plate by paying an extra fee of $6.99 for a total price of $28.93.
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Each Miracle Plate is filled with heat-retaining gel, so after you warm yours up in the microwave for 30 seconds, it'll retain the heat from the appliance and then transfer it to your plate. The gel will also retain the coldness of the freezer after you chill it in there for a few minutes, enabling you to cool food down with your MIracle Plate, too.
If you want to keep your food warm, heat your Miracle Plate in the microwave for 30 seconds, and if you want to keep it cold, chill it in the freezer for a few minutes.
After heating or chilling your device, place it on the included plastic holder, ensuring that it is flat.
Sit your plate ( or dish ) that you want to keep cool or warm on top of the Miracle Plate and its holder. The device will then enable the food to retain its temperature for up to a half hour.
If you notice your food warming up or cooling down when you don't want it to, you can simply heat or chill your gel-packed device again, then slide it back under your regular plate.
The Miracle Plate is not much larger than a standard dinner plate, and is lighter than one of those, so you won't find it difficult to carry or to store in your kitchen.
You'll be able to use this device hundreds of times without it losing its effectiveness, so if you don't use it at every single meal, one may last you an entire year or longer.
These navy blue, gel-packed devices come in sets of two, and each also comes with its own four-cornered holder. The holders are navy blue and white.
While your coworkers' lunches cool down, you can use your Miracle Plate to keep your microwaved or restaurant-made lunch warm throughout your whole break.
If a child under your care is slow in getting to the table and their food gets cold, you'll be able to slide a Miracle Plate underneath their food plate, warming it up again. On the other hand, if a child finds their meal annoyingly hot, you can solve this problem by chilling the gel-filled device and then putting it under their plate.
When you have several plates or dishes on the table that you need to keep warm or cool, one of these devices can be placed underneath each one. ( If you need more than two devices and their accompanying holders, you'll just need to get more than one set ).
Only the Miracle Plate belongs in the microwave. Do not put the plastic holder that goes with it inside any heating devices, as it may melt.
Be careful that you don't accidentally puncture a hole in your device or tear it by mistake. If you do so, it's best to replace it. Otherwise, gel may leak out of it, making a mess.
You may be tempted to heat your Miracle Plate up for longer than 30 seconds, thinking it'll retain heat for longer if you do. However, this should be avoided, as doing so might cause it to explode.
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