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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||7.5 x 11 x 1 in||13.13 x 0.75 x 10.38 in||10 x 11 x 1.1 in||6.8 x 11.7 x 1.9 in||11.12 x 15.75 x 1.25 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
I washed the pan by hand and dried each corner with paper towel. I used a Misto with veg. oil to grease the pan and everything came out perfectly. The silicone must be placed on a cookie sheet to stay level- I'm not sure how others pulled it off without one. It doesn't take much to fill each cavity half way, maybe less than a TBS. I used a small cookie scoop to fill them and only about half a scoop worth in each cavity.
My first batch was with cheep-o Great Value boxed mix. I followed the package directions (350) for the "2 egg/Fuggie" option & baked for 20-23 min. The few extra minutes helped when covering these in candy melts. I'd probably stick with 20 min. if I wasn't dipping them. I left them on the cookie sheet to cool for 15 minutes before turning the mold upside down. The outside rows slipped out, but it helped to let the middle two rows cool a bit more. Cleaning wasn't difficult. Most of my brownies slipped out and I just washed by hand with a sponge. I did pay extra attention to corners, but they're easy to get to with the silicone.
If using a mix, I've found the cheaper ones work better. Some of the pricier specialty mixes turn out too airy to keep a shape. I used the same method for cake as well; also using boxed mix. After slowly baking one pan at a time, my homemade recipes weren't worth the extra effort.
My primary complaint with the mold is that the squares are very small. Each measures 1.5W x 1.5L x 0.5D. I'd bet these are half the size of a standard ice cube tray or about the size of bite-sized candy bars. I'm probably just a pig, but I want at least two or three bites. I ended up stacking two squares (with frosting between them) before dipping them in chocolate. This is nice when doing small layered cake pops (that don't taste soggy!) but inconvenient when you want all brownie. I made a lemon & margarita cake pop that was a hit and could see trying different flavors. I plan on using the mold for baby food, but still might like it a bit larger.
Despite my hesitance, I really like the mold. I've used it several times now and will be using it for two more projects today. It does take some getting used to, but I didn't experience any of the problems others reported. I would recommend this, but you might want to give yourself a test run to see how much to fill each cavity with your mix (each has turned out slightly differently). I'm glad I purchased mine and plan on ordering another one soon. Mostly I'm thrilled that I can make a Pop without all the extra frosting and mush!
I have lately been very into smoothies, but sometimes my fruit and veggies don't last as long as I'd like.
So, I started freezing them. Specifically, I got this to make frozen cubes with my kale and spinach to drop into my smoothies instead of having to deal with keeping the leaves fresh. I just blended them with a little bit of water and poured them in.
I have found this mold to be perfect. The cubes are a convenient size and shape and they pop out easily when I want to use them.
If you want to freeze pureed fruit, veggies, chopped onions, etc. for individual portions I HIGHLY recommend this!