Silicone Mini Chocolate Spoons Mould
Make six teeny spoons to decorate desserts, serve with espressos or finish off an ice cream. Microwave, freezer and oven safe.
Cat Ref: SKU 18440
15 x 10cm (6" x 4").
- Microwave safe
- Freezer safe
- Oven safe
- Dishwasher safe
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Customer Reviews - Silicone Mini Chocolate Spoons Mould
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Great results... trouble keeping them from children!” by Claire
After reading the reviews, I chilled the mould in the fridge and lightly coated it with cake release. I then chilled in the fridge overnight. To release the set spoons, I eased the moulds away from them before turning over and pushing them out. Made 2 batches with Belgian chocolate: white and milk with no problem. I tried using cheap supermarket basic chocolate but it refused to melt smoothly in my bain marie so going to stick to the more expensive stuff as these are for xmas pressies if I can keep little fingers away from them long enough. Great mould!!
Great finishing touch” by Helen
I was a bit sceptical about trying these based on the previous reviews but thought I would give them a go. Glad I did, pleased with the results. Maybe I was lucky but I got five out of the six out in one piece. I used white chocolate and levelled off the mould quite carefully then put into the fridge to set. I think the trick may be to turn them out when they are not 100% set as the chocolate still has a bit of flex in it then. Also, turn out from the handle end and work towards the bowl end seems to work best. They are a bit fiddley but look nice and are a bit different.
Freezing helped minimise breakages” by Mrs Shaw
I followed the advice given in a previous review and found that freezing the melted chocolate in the spoon mould for 10 mins worked wonders. You have to be careful wiggling the spoons out but the couple of breakages were soon repaired with some left over melted chocolate. I used lots of different types of chocolate to make selection bags for Christmas gifts and found those with additives such as toffee or raspberry the least successful.