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Wilton 2105-4923 24-Cavity Silicone Brownie Squares Baking Mold
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- Food-grade silicone mold bakes 24 chewy brownie bites at a time
- Flexible construction ensures easy removal of baked goods or gelatin
- 1 standard brownie mix for 8-by-8-inch pans yields 40 to 42 brownies
- Freezer-, microwave-, and oven-safe (up to 500 degrees F); dishwasher-safe
- Measures approximately 8-2/5 by 13-1/5 by 4/5 inches
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Make 2 Dozen Brownie Bites
Every Single Serving Perfectly Sized
Never struggle to remove the first slice again. Every single brownie comes out clean and precisely sized, perfect for snacking. Bake bite-sized brownie squares that are exactly the same size.
Perfect Portion Bites
No Cutting, just perfectly square brownie bites. Every single serving comes out uniform and ready for serving. Flexible Silicone mold allows you to easy "pop" each brownie right out.
Oven-safe up to 500° F, perfect for baking your favorite brownie or baked treats. Or pop it in the freezer to make frozen treats or uniform ice cubes. Microwave safe too!
Perfect Portion Brownie Bites
- Makes 24 Brownies
- Each a Perfect Square
- Flexible Silicone
- Oven-Safe 500° F
- Brownies Easy Pop Out
- No Cutting Necessary!
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|Item Dimensions||8.38 x 13.25 x 0.76 in||10 x 11 x 1.1 in||8.4 x 13.2 x 0.8 in||13.13 x 0.75 x 10.38 in|
Little brownie bites—just the right size for parties and snacks. One 8 x 8 in. size brownie mix makes 40 to 42 brownies. Individual cavities are 1.5 x 1.5 x .75 in. deep. We suggest preparing the mold with non-stick vegetable pan spray before baking. Always place silicone molds on a cookie sheet or jelly roll pan for level baking and easy removal from oven. Pour batter into mold, filling about 1/2 to 2/3 full. Place mold in pre-heated oven. Bake according to recommended temperature on recipe. Place pan on cooling grid and cool completely. To remove brownies, invert mold and apply gentle pressure to the bottom while gently peeling the mold away.
Top Customer Reviews
The cavities of the Wilton pan hold one tablsespoon of food which is equivalent to 1/2 ounce. One can use four cubes for 1/4 cup, 8 cubes for 1/2 cup, etc. We have found that using a 700 watt microwave requires about one minute to thaw the cubes, but have also learned that it is best to stir at 30 seconds to gauge whether the frozen food might be thawed and warm enough earlier than exhausting the full minute of cooking time.
If you are looking for an excellent mold in which to freeze home-made baby food, I definitely recommend this product. I would also encourage you to purchase two trays which we have found works well since items like butternut squash will make a large amount of baby food.
So . . . The reasons I only gave it 3 stars . . . .
First of all, I wish that the pans came with directions. It does have directions that they should be washed before the first use (which to me is a no-brainer) and mentions what kinds of temperatures they can handle etc . . . But there is nothing anywhere about how they should be used when actually baking.
The reason this was a problem is because I guess I filled the sections up a bit too much (about half full) and my first batch completely overflowed and so I ended up with one giant brownie that somewhat resembled a lego. So I had to cut those brownies apart anyway, and they didn't look very pretty thus defeating the purpose of buying the pans in the first place. I added more flour to my brownie batter after that and tried not to put as much batter in the sections (about a third full) and they were better, but still rose above the edges a bit so they still weren't as pretty as I had fist envisioned, so it needs to be noted that you barely need to put any batter into the sections. And it might depend on the consistency of your batter recipe. Needless to say these will take some experimentation before working for anybody really.
My only other complaint is that the pans are somewhat difficult to get clean after use. This may be due to the fact that I have horribly hard water in my house, and so the dishwasher seemed like it would be a bad idea so I washed these by hand, but it seemed no matter how thorough I tried to be I kept finding places I had missed while drying them and so I would have to wash them again. I think I washed them about three times in a row each and still wasn't completely satisfied with the outcome, but gave up and decided I'd wash them again before the next use.
Hopefully this will help anyone who is thinking about buying these. I haven't tried them for jello or ice cream molding yet, but I imagine that they will work just fine for that.