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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful
on August 21, 2012
UPDATE: So after I used the mold I discovered the cavity sides aren't straight up and down, there is a slight angle. So the base is just slightly smaller in circumference than the top. So you can see I'll add another picture. Also, I didn't put a tray under the mold before filling with liquid and almost made a mess :) So I suggest putting a tray under the mold before filling with a liquid for easy transfer to refrigerator/freezer/oven.

I was looking for a silicone mold to make small jelly for my cakes and other entremets; so I needed molds that had straight sides. I almost bought this mold Freshware 15-Cavity Mini Cheesecake, Pudding, Tart, and Muffin Silicone Mold and Baking Pan but I noticed the sides had an angle (like tarts)... and then I saw this mold.. which is just what I was looking for; even though there are only 11 cavities (as opposed to the 15).

MY NOTES: I measured the cavities to be just under 2 in. in diamter by 1 in. deep. I added pictures.

BOTTOM LINE: if you need small round molds with straight sides, get this; it's a fair price and good quality.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
on December 16, 2011
Maybe I'm just biased from having made plenty of 'miniature' desserts for events, or from assuming that the donuts commonly found in shops like Dunkin' are large sized, rather than standard, but this pan more than suited my needs.

The donuts that it produces are bite-sized, akin to the size of a 'mini-cupcake' that you might find in stores, or used in cake lollipops. Depending on the recipe you use, they do puff up a bit, and the ones that I made were a little over an inch and a half in diameter, as described, and able to be eaten in a couple bites. (If I make a circle with my middle finger and thumb, that would be about the right size, though I admittedly don't have the biggest hands.)

The silicone was actually great, in that donuts cooked evenly, and once they were done, a quick twist of the pan popped them right onto the plate. Obviously, if you're looking to make donuts to fill up a full meal, check for a larger cavity size, with fewer donuts per pan. That said, if you want MINI donuts, in a size that would be better for snacking or sharing, don't let the negative comments dissuade you. This pan is just fine.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
on November 26, 2012
Because refrigerated clarified butter gets so firm, portioning from a single container can be a challenge. This quality tray holds about 3/4 cup. Place the mold on a quarter sheet or piece of cardboard before filling -- then into the refrig to set.

Tray: 6.75 x 11.75 x .75"
Sphere diameter: 1.5" (holds about 0.4 liquid ounce)
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
on June 12, 2011
I bought this to make hemispherical domes on the top of mini cupcakes (specifically little preggo bellies for a baby shower). They are the perfect size for it. As with all silicone bakeware, you need to have it on a cookie sheet or something to keep it straight and flat. It works great, releases easily.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on November 17, 2011
I like to make cake pops that are premolded & not like the soft textured ones with the frosting mixed in. These are supposed to make diamond shapes however I found that they turned out more round than diamond, may cause a slight problem if you really want diamond shape however it does not bother me any. I didn't have a problem with sticking & all I did was spray a little cooking spray before adding the batter. They popped right out!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on December 14, 2011
This is a wonderful pan and I received it in only 2 days! The cups are fairly small, but are actually perfect for single servings. Will definitely work for cocktail party servings.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on December 18, 2012
I've only used this once, but so far, so good. I like using silicone baking containers - they are nonstick and easy to clean - love that they are dishwasher safe. The donuts that it bakes up are truly bite size, which make it fun for my two young children to eat. I DO have to put the mold on a cookie sheet in order to keep it steady while carrying it to and from the oven, but no big deal. Pretty typical to do that with any silicone baking tool.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on May 4, 2012
I used this pan to make tiny brownie cakes and then drizzeled chocolate sauce over them. They looked really nice on a serving plate and are just the right size (not too big)
I would surely tell a friend to buy one. This would also be nice for small cake bites. Even maybe little jello bites. Have fun.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
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5 Stars - Cooks evenly and easy clean up

This silicone pan is amazing. Never having tried one before, I read the directions. A flat pan or cookie sheet is required underneath it to support it, no big deal; spray cooking spray on first use; and it cooks quicker than metal pans so keep an eye on it first try to get the timing down. I made cupcakes in this pan and used a metal pan for the other half of the batter. This pan cooked up evenly throughout the cupcake where the metal pan had drier spots around the muffin tops and on the bottoms. You leave the cupcakes in this pan until they are cool before removing so they don't break up. It worked perfectly, nothing stuck anywhere and the cleanup was so easy, no scrubbing required. I highly recommend this product.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
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I got this pan for one purpose- to make cute little egg and sausage muffin things. I had tried a conventional metal tin with either paper liners or no liners, but the paper liners got all gooey and the metal one was too hard to clean.

This one is very nice, with soft enough silicone that you can just push up on the bottom of the cup and push out the food. I also loved that not very much stuck to the silicone. The cups are large enough to fit a full-sized muffin.

I had been forewarned that really soft silicone can be too floppy when moving in and out of the oven, so I took a thin metal pizza sheet and used it for stability. This worked really well and so I think I will be using my new muffin silicone for a long time. Win!

Sausage egg "muffin" recipe:
Take a pound of sausage and divide it into 16 patties. Put 12 of the patties in the cupcake pan, one in each cup. These will be your liners. Add one egg to each cup; just crack it and put it on top of the sausage. Be careful that it doesn't overflow the cup.

Bake at 350 degrees for about 45 minutes. These are great for on the run breakfasts when you don't have time to cook- just reheat and add a little bit of cheese (optional).
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