The mould can create up to 30 individual chocolate / candies at a time. There is one cell for each letter of the alphabet, plus 4 blanks.
You can use a teaspoon to put the melted chocolate into the cells, but a piping bag (or food bag with a pin hole sized snip out the corner) is makes it really simple without a load of mess.
This mould is also excellent for using with modelling paste - but if doing so, do grease very lightly with Crisco or Trex before use or use corn starch. If using sugar paste (without hardener) - then freeze and release and allow moisture to dry at room temperature from the surface before touching.
Lovely for cupcake toppers, but are also super given as a gift in a little cello bag. You may well want two or more of this mould. One tray load does not go far. They're so lovely to munch on !
Overall measurements : 175 x 135mm
Approx cell sizes : 20mm x 20mm x 15mm
Chocolates shown are only to give you an idea of what you can create and are NOT included
Finished chocolates literally pop out the mould. No whacking it on a worktop as you sometimes need to do with polycarbonate moulds and these don't crack either.
As per all our silicone baking moulds, these are also oven and freezer proof. Use them from 260deg C to -60deg C. We have customers using them for moulding resins, concrete, plaster, bitumen, chocolates, cakes, hard candies and many other mediums
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