Silicone Baking Molds
In love with the shape of you.
If you’re a baker after high-tech quality, you’ll want to know more about these silicone molds: The fact, for instance, that they’re made of a silicone foam and metal powder that conducts heat exceptionally well and caramelizes juices beautifully (it’s a patented system). You’ll want to hear that they’re flexible and give your bakes razor-sharp definition. And you’ll definitely want to hear that they can handle extreme temps (we’re talking -94F to +572F), so whether you’re oven baking or cold forming, you’re good to go.
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Aluminum powder blended in silicone
Madeleine: 7.00" W x 12.00" L x 1”H; Makes 20 madeleines
Muffin: 7.00" W x 12.00" L x 1”H; Makes 9 muffins
Canelé: 7.00" W x 12.00" L x 1”H; Makes 6 canelés
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