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Rose Garland Silicone Icing Mould

3.7 stars out of 5 based on 3 reviews.

The simplest way to achieve stunning results, dust the mould with icing sugar and roll out or press your icing in then carefully peel back the mould for perfect shapes with incredibly defined detail, or place in the fridge for a couple of hours and the designs will pop out with ease. Each flexible, non-stick mould is suitable for icing or chocolate work.

Cat Ref: SKU 17706

Rose Garland 12 x 6.5cm (4¾" x 6½").

  • Dishwasher safe
  • Non-stick friendly

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Customer Reviews - Rose Garland Silicone Icing Mould

3.7 stars out of 5 based on 3 reviews.

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Rose Garland mould by Jean

5 stars out of 5

Rose Garland Silicone Icing Mould

There are many reasons why sugarpaste sticks to moulds. One is that it is too soft. If using large amounts of paste add 1 teasp of gum powder to 200 grms sugar paste. Knead it well and leave on one side for about twenty minutes, covered so it doesnt dry out. For smaller amounts of paste just put a pinch of the powder in and knead well. Moulds should be dusted with either cornflour, icing sugar or tiny amount of veg fat rubbed in the mould. You can also get a lovely effect by brushing edible shimmer powder into the mould. Remove excess paste from back of mould and turn out.

rose garland fiasco. by Mrs Avis Brady

1 stars out of 5

Rose Garland Silicone Icing Mould

My daughter is getting married next year and I am decorating her cake. In the past I have made roses etc by hand out of sugar paste, but seeing this mould, I thought it would a be quicker and easier alternative method. Not so I'm afraid. I followed all instructions but could not get a result worth using. The rose simply would not come out of the mould in tact. Very, very disappointing, and a waste of money.

A note from the team: Thanks for placing your review. We're sorry the mould hasn't worked a s expected. We'll be in touch shortly to help.

silicone mould release by Pauline

5 stars out of 5

Rose Garland Silicone Icing Mould

I used sugar paste and cornflour as a mould release and it works perfectly. Love it!

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