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118 of 120 people found the following review helpful
on October 24, 2012
I put on a lego-themed bday party for my 8 year old son, and i used these molds to make chocolate candies which I put on my son's cake.
I used Wilton brand candy wafers in different colors. One thing I discovered was that if you spoon the melted chocolate in to the lego brick mold, the chocolate will not go into the little "bumps"

To solve this, I bought a wilton bottle with a tip on it, and piped the melted chocolate into each "bump", tapped the mold to settle the chocolate into the mold, and then proceded to fill each brick halfway. I wasted alot of chocolate filling the mold all the way on my first batch. I preferred slender bricks since I was just putting them on a cake.

I put the mold in the fridge for ten minutes and then carefully peeled the candies out. They looked great! The minifigure mold was even easier to use---the candies came out perfect and shiny and looked like the real deal. My son and his friends were impressed with these candies as was I ! After the party, we used the molds to make jello jigglers and they came out perfect. (use half the water the original jello recipe calls for)
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45 of 48 people found the following review helpful
on August 8, 2012
They were exactly what I expected!! They were perfect. However, I need to order more, as an online blogger gave me the idea to make crayons with them, but said to melt the crayons in the mold in the microwave. . Don't do it! Melt crayons separate, as the molds eventually melted through.
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71 of 79 people found the following review helpful
on October 17, 2013
I bought these molds to make crayons for our son's birthday party goodie bags. Chopped up the crayons, filled in the little guys and popped into a 200 degree oven for 15-20 minutes. One thing...you may need to add more chopped crayon half-way through the melting process, so keep extra on hand. Once cooled (about an hour), they pop right out and look so cute and shiney! Love this product (^:
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
on October 25, 2014
The Minifigure molds are so much fun. I've had them for a few months and used chocolate Minifigures on cupcakes and cakes. They're always a hit. Today I just tried them with multiple colors of candy melts, and they turned out great. I've attached a video slideshow so you can see how they look.

The LEGO block molds were harder to get the chocolate out of, and I had a hard time fully filling the knobs on the top. I also tried Jello jigglers in both molds, but it was an epic failure. That's probably my fault; it was my first (and probably last) attempt at jigglers.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on June 19, 2014
My son is obsessed with Legos. Therefore the theme for his birthday party was the obvious. I searched online, walmart etc, for Lego birthday supplies. Came to Amazon, found some adorable crayons as party favors. Was about to buy them ($20 for 40 crayons), held off, seemed a little steep, but I was willing. Found these forms. Read about all the reviews and picked up the BEST tips from them.

First, I made ice cubes, put them in a plastic bag till the party (at the party we had "Lego Lemonade." A HIT!)

Second, I melted almond bark, easy, melted in the microwave 1 min. stirred in food coloring and poured into molds. Based on previous reviews, I only made the little lego dudes. No need to put anything in there for the sticking, they didn't. Then, I popped them in the freezer, just a few minutes, then popped them out. (these were the little goodies for the kids and I used them for decorating the cake)

Last thing was my favorite! Based on a previous review, I broke up crayons, preheated oven to 200 degrees, filled the molds with crayon bits (I just took the paper off and broke them up small enough to fit in the mold) added some more as they melted down, really only took 20 min or so to melt. Threw them in the freezer, about 5-10 min, popped them out, no problem.

Then when the kids got there, I had them break up their own crayons to make their own Lego crayons! They Loved it!

Buying these again to keep for food use. My first set is now a crayon set. I had too much fun with this!
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on July 10, 2014
This is NOT food grade! If you twist or stretch the mold you can see white marks. That means there are plastic fillers in there, thus I would not use this for food items. Perhaps for crayons and soap because they are super cute. But I don't want to risk it with food items.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on November 3, 2014
Too awesome!!!
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful
on July 18, 2013
These molds were easy to use. I put them in the freezer and was able un-mold in the time it took to fill the other mold. Remember to tamp the molds while the chocolate is still warm to remove air bubbles and you will see great results. As per another review, I did fill the building brick molds half way and they fit great around my son's cake.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on May 31, 2014
As advertised, these molds were great. Made candy bricks in 30 minutes. Spray with cooking spray and straight to freezer. One tip is to use a toothpick to get out any air bubbles prior to freezer.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on May 15, 2014
I used these to make a lego movie cake with homemade gum paste lego blocks and lego mini figures. They both worked great!!
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