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Star Wars Darth Vader Silicone Ice Tray / Chocolate Mold
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- A Kotobukiya Japanese import
- Recreates Darth Vader's universally recognized helmet
- Heat and cold-resistant
- Microwave safe
- Great for baking or freezing
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A Kotobukiya Japanese import. After the amazing success of the Han Solo in Carbonite and R2-D2 silicon trays, Kotobukiya is proud to expand the lineup with all-new versions featuring more of the iconic characters and vehicles from the Star Wars saga. Whether you’re making a treat for your family or spicing up a Star Wars-themed party, these sturdy trays let you capture ice, chocolate, jello, or cupcakes in the familiar shape of the helmets of Darth Vader and Imperial Stormtroopers, or the Millennium Falcon and the X-Wing Fighters. Durable, heat and cold resistant, and oven and microwave safe, these iconic symbols are great for baking or freezing. Use them with the other Star Wars silicone trays and Lightsaber Chopsticks (each product sold separately) for the kitchen fun that’s out of this world.
Top Customer Reviews
These molds are for far more then ice cubes! So long plastic candy molds..they have NOTHING on these Kotobukiya Silicone Trays! The detail is amazing. I use these for chocolate favors and the detail is amazing...I will never use a plastic mold again after using these silicone trays. They withstand heat and freezing without any problems at all and if your molding chocolate it pops out perfectly. I would buy these in any and every character I could find as I use them for party favors and most recently Valentne gifts. Check out my chocolate gifts at: [...]
Here are a few indications that this is not a Kotobukiya mold: 1) The Han Solo one is definitely a thicker silicone. (It doesn’t seem to impact it’s ability to make candy molds though) 2) There is a cup and fork logo in the upper corner of the mold, but not on the Han one 3) Slight size and depth differences between this and the Han Solo mold 4) In comparing to pictures from other users I see some slight differences including: the triangle on the chin, detailing around the eyes, slight differences around the mouth/grill.
I paid extra to get the Kotobukiya mold instead of the knock off one, so I’m a little disappointed that I ended up with this one. But it looks good enough so I’ll keep it. If I had known I’d end up with this one I would have just bought the set of 6 molds instead which were cheaper.
However, if these small design details don’t matter to you, this mold works perfectly well. I didn’t try it with water/ice, but it worked great with chocolate. It came right out without any trouble.
They arrived in record speed and I could not wait to open them up. I bought them because we were having a charity bake sale at work, and I was asked to contribute.
Not being much of a baker, but a HUGE Star Wars fan, I thought Star Wars themed chocolates would be a great idea. Even if someone isn't a Star Wars fan, we all know someone who is.
I bought a few packages of Hershey's dark chocolate baking chips and melted them down in the microwave, while stirring and taking the temperature. Once I got the chocolate to around 105 degrees, it was a nice liquid consistency and easily pourable (with a spoon) into the molds.
After the molds were filled, I gently lifted the mold and dropped it onto the counter to help smooth the mold, pop any air bubbles, and make sure the chocolate filled all the little details. I then put the mold into the freezer and left it for around an hour to ensure all the chocolate was hardened.
When it comes out of the freezer, they are really easy to pop out onto a piece of wax paper.
Long story short, I made these in dark chocolate and some Han Solo in Carbonite chocolates out milk chocolate, bagged and labeled them, and they were an absolute hit! They were the first things to sell out, and the 40 total I made was not enough at all! Even non-fans thought they were great, and fans LOVED them. Watch mold produced a dark chocolate head that weighed in at about .9 ounces.
I HIGHLY recommend these and have since bought more characters and plan on making more for the release of the movie. May the force be with you!