Frenzy for our moulds

It has been another crazy week! Our moulds were getting all the attention this time around. They were available to purchase on Wednesday, the 10th of October and our online shop went slightly mad. All good though 🙂

Thank you very much for your orders and fantastic feedback. Such a thrill to see your photos when you received them and the kind comments about speedy delivery and how much you loved them.

The fun part now begins! Experimenting with your new moulds! Ps. our moulds are all made with food grade silicone and suitable for oven use, microwave, freezer and dishwasher.

If you purchased our Robot mould…

You can dust the inside with edible lustre dust to create a metallic effect. Just make sure your mould is completely dry and dust with edible dust before you add your melted chocolate.

For our Paw Prints Mould, 4 of the paw prints are embossed and 4 are raised. With the raised ones, pipe a little chocolate into the raised area. Once hardened, put a different kind of chocolate or candy melt into the rest of the cell to obtain a two tone chocolate!

You can even make shortbread cookies in them.

I am dying to make coffee cupcakes or a whole cake and decorate them with coffee-infused chocolate coffee beans! This mould is £3.20, such a good buy.

This will have to wait! Guess what I am making tomorrow 🙂 Hope it does not go all wrong for me. Will be challenging myself by making the technical challenge in The Great British Bake Off, tea cakes.

These were so popular as I am not the only GBBO fanatic! Ps, the lovely Cathryn from the show have been recommending our moulds on Twitter!! Aaaaaah, how amazing.

Our customer, the lovely Melody made GORGEOUS tea cakes using our new half sphere Great British Bake Off moulds. Aaaaah! Hope mine turns out like that 🙂

Keep your fingers crossed for me! Will be using this recipe.

Take care and hope you have a lovely Sunday tomorrow.

 

 

 

 

 

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. hollysnewhome
    Oct 14, 2012 @ 00:35:32

    Thanks for sharing the picture of the teacakes. I’ve just blogged about my teacake making adventure. In full technicolor with lots of pictures!

    Reply

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    May 12, 2013 @ 14:05:10

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    Did you make this website yourself or did you hire someone to
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