Freshware SL-121RD 6-Cavity Silicone Blossom Muffin, Brownie, Cornbread, Cheesecake, Panna Cotta, Pudding, Jello Shot and Soap Mold
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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 1.6 inch. Cavity Size: 3 inch diameter x 1.6 inch depth. Volume: 6 x 4 oz, Total 24 oz
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Create your own special desserts or homemade soaps with the Freshware SL-121RD 6-Cavity Silicone Blossom 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 1.6 inch. Cavity Size: 3 inch diameter x 1.6 inch depth. 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.
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Follow the instructions to oil the pans before first use, and you won't have any sticking issues thereafter, even without greasing.
However, I do have one word of advice - and this is true for all moulded bakeware, not only silicone. Please use denser, sturdier batters. Liquidy cake batters bake too tender and crumbly to survive unmoulding, and it won't be the pan's fault if your baked goods break and crumble.
The other 2, Chawoorim and Penacio, turned white when I twisted it.
I'm taking off one star because it is not exactly the same as shown in the stock photo. The rose mold in the stock photo has supporting bars between the rose cups. Mine did not have them.
I'm not sure what the purpose of the bars is. The molds does not collapsed on itself or deform in shape when the cups are filled up or when the batter is expanding in the toaster oven.
My guess is that it just makes it easier to carry the mold around when it's filled up. The center does cave in when you lift the filled up mold by the edges since it's exactly rock solid.
Check out my tutorial on the DIY Shower Jellies here: [....]
This particular one is a fairly intricate and attractive design without being impractical for making bar soap - all of the details on the mold are captured in the bar and it still comes out of the mold nicely without any breakage. The mold itself flexes a lot to allow soap bar removal. I cannot comment on food (muffin, etc.) usage.
Out of all of the "Freshware" molds I purchased, I liked this model the best because of the resulting soap bar due to it's size, ease of handling, non-slip characteristics and general usability:
The size is perfect to hold in my hand (flower side down into the palm) to wash with in the shower. I also found that the multiple petals at different heights around one side made the soap easy to hold onto and was much less slippery than other bars I made using silicone molds of different shapes. Also, the flat side (bottom) in a circle form made it very comfortable to wash with having no sharp edges or details that protruded which would make it uncomfortable to use.
I also gave a number of these soaps as gifts for friends and I found people (including both ladies and men) liked the design of the soap mold and the bar it produced.