Star Wars™ R2-D2 Cake Pan
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, an innovative kitchenware company used the Force to design an exclusive range of products. These products have the power to bring cakes, bakes and cookies to life, so that everyone from young Padawan learner to Jedi Master can achieve success in the kitchen. So this spring, blast your way through the baking and watch your galactic battles come to life – May the Force be with you!
When it comes to making cakes, these flexible moulds will bake intricate detail every time and, being made from non-stick silicone, will easily release your creations.
Cat Ref: SKU 18652
23 x 33 x 10cm H. (9" x 13" x 4").
- Microwave safe
- Freezer safe
- Oven safe
- Dishwasher safe
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Customer Reviews - Star Wars™ R2-D2 Cake Pan
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Wonderful present idea” by emma
Bought this for my son for xmas and was a bit worried about getting him a cake tin (though he has been asking to buy it!) but the packaging is fantastic! I'm sure we'll get the hang of the mould, but I wanted to say that the 'unwrapping wow factor' of this is really good: It's in a big, substantial, heavy box with Star Wars all over it, Darth vader, and so on, and it just looks the part perfectly. Thank you
great results” by Mrs roberts
This is the first time I have used a silicon cake mould - I used the Lakeland cake release to increase my chances of success. As previously mentioned a cake recipe would have been handy on the box, but other than that the cake came out of the mould perfectly. I covered the cake with fondant icing and pressed the icing into the mould to get the detail to add on to the cake. I had an extremely happy 6 year old.
This is the Droid you're looking for.” by Gillian
My husband, who has no baking experience whatsoever, agreed that if I bought this cake pan he would make it for me for my birthday. Make it he did. His only question was about the recipe, it states 8 eggs. Normally I use half the amount of eggs to other ingredients so 8 eggs = 16oz Flour, Butter & Sugar. Cake took longer to cook and had to cover it in tinfoil halfway through cooking to stop any burning. Also liberally covered in inside with Cake Release (another fantastic Lakeland product) and R2 popped out no problems.