Jollylife Building Bricks and Minifigure Ice Cube Tray or Candy Chocolate Crayon Mold --For Lego Lovers
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- Jollylife Ice Cube Molds & Trays：100% Food Grade pure Silicone (no plastic fillers), BPA free, non-toxic
- SAFE for use in freezer, fridge, dishwasher, oven, microwave .Temperature tolerance:-40℃ to 230℃(-40℉ to446℉)
- JOLLYLIFE is a registered trademark in the United States Trademark Office.Please check if you received is JOLLYLIFE Ice Cube Molds & Trays as the picture show,if not,you may got a fake.We only guarantee the quality and food safety for JOLLYLIFE products.
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Jollylife Building Bricks and Minifigure Ice Cube Tray or Candy Mold --For Lego Lovers
JOLLYLIFE is a registered trademark in the United States Trademark Office.Please check if you received is JOLLYLIFE Ice Cube Molds & Trays as the picture show,if not,you may got a fake.We only guarantee the quality and food safety for JOLLYLIFE products.
Great combination ice or candy trays for lego party! Flexible silicone trays allow ice to pop out easily. Minifigure tray is 6.5" by 4.5" by 0.5". Building brick tray is a little larger at 7" by 4.8" by 1".
Top Customer Reviews
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)
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.
Update: After using these molds for almost two years to make hundreds of little minifigures, I can say I still adore them. The molds have held up well, and the minifigures continue to be a hit with children and adults alike.
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!
Next up after washing them is making Lego chocolates. Will update on how those turn out.
Obviously it would have been easier to make the chocolates before the crayons because it was a chore to clean the molds, but for time reasons I needed to do it in the other order. Molds came clean after soaking in hot soapy water and vinegar and a little elbow grease (not scratchy sponges, which can ruin nonstick surface of the silicone). Once clean, I used Ghirardelli melting chocolates (melting in microwave in Pyrex measuring cup) and poured over mini M&Ms. One 10 oz. bag filled both molds exactly. Put in fridge to set. Popped out perfectly. I probably wouldn't use the M&Ms in the block mold since they blocked the chocolate from getting into some of the crevices, but 5 year old birthday boy choco/Lego-holic loves them.