Wilton Petite Silicone 12 Cavity Heart Pan
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- One mix makes 40-48 petite hearts or 12 cavities
- Freezer, refrigerator, microwave and dishwasher safe
- Oven safe to 500 degrees
- One mix makes 12 petite hearts
- Each heart measures 1-1/2 inches across by 1 inch deep; one cake mix makes 36-40 hearts; limited lifetime warranty
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Discover the convenience and easy release of flexible silicone bakeware! Freezer, refrigerator, microwave and dishwasher safe-oven safe to 500°F. One mix makes 40-48 petite hearts. 12 cavities, Silicone Heart Holds
Serve adorable bite-sized treats with Wilton's 12-cavity petite heart pan. A perfect addition to Valentine's Day, anniversaries, or brunches, the silicone baking tool features tiny heart-shaped cavities with cheerfully full curves and well-defined outlines. Simply pour in a favorite recipe and bake or cool, then flip and decorate-it's so much more fun than traditional squares or circles! Silicone is ideal for baking because it handles temperatures up to 500 degrees F and goes safely into the oven, microwave, and freezer. Lightweight yet durable, it is also flexible for easy food release, and it resists stains and odors. Each cavity measures 1-1/2 across by 1 inch deep, and one cake mix makes 36 to 40 mini hearts. Here's another bonus: because the pan is dishwasher-safe, there's less time spent in the kitchen washing up and more time sampling the goodies. Wilton's silicone bakeware comes with a limited lifetime warranty. --Kara Karll
Top Customer Reviews
It was my first silicone tray. I was initially worried about the flimsy material, but it makes removal a cinch. You just pop things out! I remember ending up with this white film on the tray whenever it dried after being washed. It was nothing a second wipe down with a damp cloth didn't fix, but it's something to be aware of.
They are also hard to clean and turned white after removing them from the dishwasher.
These take forever to cool after removing from the oven, and you don't seem to get the "crispy edge" brownies with these molds.
It also seems like you must bake them MUCH LONGER than usual....maybe because the molds need to be placed on a cookie sheet pan first and then placed into the oven to bake....(pain in the neck because this also causes more dishes to be washed now.)
These molds don't live up to all the hype. I would much rather use a heart shaped mini muffin pan to make heart shaped brownies. So back to my search for those....
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