Flowers and Leaves Chocolatier Mould
Give an exceptionally professional-looking finish to your home-made chocolate creations. Made from super-tough polycarbonate, precise details help achieve artisan results with very little effort. Once you’ve moulded and filled your chocolates and left them to set, just a gentle tap and your exquisite creations will simply drop out from the mould.
Cat Ref: SKU 18765
28 x 10 x 1cm H. (11" x 4" x ½").
- Freezer safe
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Customer Reviews - Flowers and Leaves Chocolatier Mould
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Very quick response” by Arian Mattravers
I had difficulty with this at first but after writing a review that I was unhappy. Lakeland responded quickly. It helped me a lot but an extra 15 minutes in the fridge didn't work for me. It needed to be left in over night and it works better if you use the plastic end of a spoon to tap them out. So I am changing my review of this product.
A note from the team: Thanks for placing your review. We're sorry you're unable to get the finished chocolates out of the mould. Handy Tips: ensure that the mould is polished to a high shine before use.Use a microfibre cloth or similar.Place the mould in the fridge for 15 minutes after use. This will help the chocolates shrink and release from the mould.We'll be in touch shortly.
Great product” by Rachel
This product is great. I will for sure buy the others in the range. Just had to tap the mould and they easily came out.
smaller than expected” by william
Being a chocolatier I use moulds a lot, and this one came smaller than expected. It says it's Polycarbonate, but looks and feels more like acrylic, and gives the impression it could scratch easily. I used it today, and my reliefs came out easily, clean and shiny, which is what I expected, but is it worth £9.99 like the other better Polycarbonate moulds, not really.