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Freshware SL-131RD 6-Cavity Rectangle Silicone Mold for Soap, Bread, Loaf, Muffin, Brownie, Cornbread, Cheesecake, Pudding, and More
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- Flexible and Non-Stick. Baked Goods Pop Out Easily. Reusable For Up to 3,000 Uses
- 100% Pure, Professional Quality Food-Grade Silicone. Meets US FDA and European LFGB Safety Standards. BPA, PVC and Phthalate FREE
- Pinch Test Passed. No White Fillers When Pinched or Twisted. No Chemical Coatings
- Microwave, Oven, Refrigerator, Freezer and Dishwasher Safe. Temperature Safe from -40 to +446 degrees Fahrenheit (-40 to +230 degrees Celsius)
- Mold Size: 11.7 x 6.8 x 1.2 inch. Cavity Size: 3.1 x 1.8 x 1.2 inch. Volume: 6 x 4 oz, Total 24 oz
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Create your own special desserts or homemade soaps with the Freshware SL-131RD 6-Cavity Silicone Rectangular Muffin, Brownie, Cornbread, Cheesecake, Panna Cotta, Pudding, Jello Shot and Soap Mold. This mold is constructed with 100% pure, professional quality food-grade silicone, which meets US FDA and European LFGB safety standards (BPA, PVC and Phthalate FREE). Simply pour your favorite recipe in the mold, prepare, and cool completely. Then turn it upside down, this flexible silicone mold offers a non-stick surface that allows the baked goods to pop right out with a little push from the bottom. Remember to place the silicone mold on a baking sheet for easier positioning and removal.
Mold Size: 11.7 x 6.8 x 1.2 inch. Cavity Size: 3.1 x 1.8 x 1.2 inch. Volume: 6 x 4 oz, Total 24 oz.
Many customers have found creative ways to use Freshware silicone molds (depending upon the shape) to create delicious homemade cupcakes, muffins, brownies, cookies, cheesecakes, quiches, breads, chocolates, candies, tarts, butters, caramels, ice cubes, frozen baby foods, gelatin, ice creams etc. Other customers use the molds in unique ways to create clays, resin casting, candles, soaps and more.
All Freshware silicone products DO NOT have Chemical Coatings and are Pinch Test Passed. Our silicone mold handles temperature from -40 to +446 degrees Fahrenheit (-40 to +230 degrees Celsius). Reusable for up to 3,000 uses, our molds save money by eliminating the need to ever buy disposable paper liners again. Safe to use in the Oven, Refrigerator, Freezer, Microwave, Steamer and Dishwasher. Top rack dishwasher safe, but hand washing is recommended to extend the life of the product.
What Is A Pinch Test? Cheaper brands often use plastic fillers in their silicone products, so it is not safe for high-temperature baking. Pinch and twist a bit of the silicone, if it turns white, it’s got fillers as 100% pure silicone will retain its color.
Style Name: Rectangle
Top Customer Reviews
I followed the owner's manual directions, and the soaps easily popped out when I pushed on the bottom of each cavity. The soap bar left no residue, and the mold was easy to clean. I soaked the mold in hot water and used a soft washcloth to clean the mold. As others have pointed out, if you plan to move the mold once it's full (especially if you fill the mold completely full), it's best to put the mold on a firm tray or pan before filling the mold. The mold is flexible, so it'll sag in the middle if you move it by only holding each end.
The owner's manual says: wash the mold in hot water and spray the mold with oil, butter, or shortening before its first use. After that, you don't need to spray oil on it again. You can wash the mold by soaking it in hot water with a few drops of lemon juice to remove any residual food and odors, then rinse and air dry. You can also wash it in a dishwasher, but don't use abrasive cleaners or scouring pads.
The mold is temperature safe from -40 to +446 degrees Fahrenheit and microwave, oven, freezer, and dishwasher safe.
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Like all Freshware, the Freshware 8-Cavity Oval Cake Silicone Mold and Baking Pan comes with an Owner's Manual that answers common questions, gives instructions for use and outlines the Warranty and Return Policy.
The mold is dishwasher and freezer safe. You can, in fact, freeze something to bake later in your mold and transfer it to the oven directly from the freezer. You can also steam in it.
The manufacturer recommends that you grease the mold with solid shortening the first time that you use it in order to help soften the silicone. According to the manufacturer, this mold is good for about 3000 uses (baking) at temperatures not to exceed 446F.
Grandma's $0.02 - this mold is fantastic! I'm ordering another one. Highly recommended.
The recipe that I use in the video is from Margaret Fulton Baking: The Ultimate Sweet and Savory Baking Collection, page 265.Read more ›
One word of strong caution and that is these silicon molds can take on a soapy taste that land in your baked goods if your dishwasher liquid is strong or strong scented. The instructions included suggest the use of a bit of lemon to clean them up with. So hand wash with something very very mild or if you are using a dishwasher be careful of the type of detergent. I have found that gel pac liquid
detergents are the worst.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
perfect size for making soap! really happy with it and will probably buy more lolPublished 1 hour ago by john edick
exactly what I was looking for. I am making lotion bars. This mold is the right size for the bars and very easy to remove the bars. It makes the whole process much easierPublished 1 day ago by B. Simon
Great mold! I purchased this mold because I wanted to try my hand at making glycerin soap. I had some breastmilk that was expired in the freezer so I decided to make soap with it! Read morePublished 2 days ago by Real cook
bought these to make home made soap and they are perfect.. I would purchase more of these. No need to grease up, soap just slipped right out. Thick silicone very well made.Published 3 days ago by K. Stafford
I've been making cold process tallow soaps for our extended family for years. My old molds were the hard white plastic things that had to be oiled with mineral oil if one wanted... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Meg