Have you ever needed to make a pixel or Computer Game type themed cake ? It's INFURIATING trying to manually make hundreds of tiny coloured tiles, all cut to precisely the same size.
This mould is perfect for making homemade mosaics. You can use it with melted chocolate or perhaps roll Sugarpaste (flower paste) over the top to create the tiles. Alternatively, you can even use hard candy, wax, soap or even resin !
For chocolate, pour a small amount of chocolate on top and level with a palette knife or bench scraper . Allow to harden and then pop out. White chocolate can be coloured using oil based candy colours or some cake decorating powdered colours
Please note that with sugar paste / flower paste, you will need to dust with cornflour first as you would any other cake decorating mould and then allow to harden or freeze before popping out.
Overall measurements : 220mm x 105mm
Cell size 20mm x 20mm x 2mm
Number of cells : 36
The chocolates shown are NOT included with the purchase of this mould.
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 bakeware 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
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by Silicone Moulds within 3 days of receiving payment.
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