Lego Brick Cake Jelly Mould Mold
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- Make Edible Lego Brick Cakes, Jellies, Brownies, soaps, and more
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|Item Package Weight||0.49 pounds||0.65 pounds||0.25 pounds||0.1 pounds|
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Silicone bake-ware is great. The problem with this mold(mould) lies in the "studs" (or the round part that sticks up). I followed the directions, I sprayed with baking spray and while all the rest of the cake came out, the studs didn't. They are so small that it was easier for the cake to come out and leave them behind.
I actually took my icing knife and scooped each one out and reattached them to the little squares, then iced.
What I ended up with were iced squares. The studs are so small that the icing, even minimal icing, covered them right up.
I finally just baked another cake, made cupcakes, put them on the sheet cake and iced the whole thing to make it look like one giant Lego block..at 1am.
Incidentally, I also learned that an entire bottle of red food coloring will not turn white icing red. It turns it pink. So buy the more expensive gel food coloring. I've been told it works better.
--Spray it generously with nonstick spray such as Pam. Do NOT grease and flour this mould or your cake will stick.
--Pull the mould away at the sides to help loosen the cake and flip it gently onto a plate.
--It is nearly impossible to "frost" these cakes unless you pour something over them. Don't count on frosting with a spatula because the little Lego nobs will disappear.
--Next time, I will use a white-cake recipe and put food coloring into the cake to give the lego cakes the appearance of saturated color.
--These make nice, individual brownies or small cakes you can use to decorate a larger sheet or round cake.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I plan to use this mold to make handmade soap for my grandson. The sections of the mold will make just the right size bar for a true Lego fan! Read morePublished on May 11, 2014 by mary jane madsen
Although I followed the directions, I was unable to get the mold out without breaking the cake and the little lego pieces on top were burned. Read morePublished on December 27, 2013 by Erica Butters