Star Wars™ Millennium Falcon Cake Pan Star Wars™ Millennium Falcon Cake Pan

Star Wars™ Millennium Falcon Cake Pan

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Star Wars™ Millennium Falcon Cake Pan

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£8.49
This product has been discontinued.

Product Features

  • Millennium Falcon non-stick silicone cake mould
  • Makes 1 large Millennium Falcon shaped cake or jelly
  • Produces incredible definition
  • Microwave, oven, fridge, freezer & dishwasher safe
  • Lakeland 3 year guarantee included
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Star Wars™ Millennium Falcon Cake Pan

Product number: 18653

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.

Information

  • Microwave safe
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Freezer safe
  • Oven safe

Product dimensions

27 x 36 x 6cm H. (10¾" x 14" x 2¼").

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"Star wars millenium falcon cake pan"

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Just to say a BIG thank you to the wonderful staff at the Kingston store who really went the extra mile to help me source one of these lovely cake pans when it suddenly went out of stock. Thank you too to the staff all that way away in Harrogate who so kindly and swiftly got the cake pan out to my local store. My daughter was so pleased with her cake and it really made our star wars party! we used the Nigella birthday buttermilk cake recipe and doubled it. That made enough mix to fill the Millenium falcon pan and the smaller pan containing 4 small ships. Took a long time to cook in slow oven

"This has the wow factor!"

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I tried 2 attempts - the first was a chocolate cake, chocolate icing and then white icing on top. It went well & looked OK, but I knew u could do better! Second attempt - I made 2 chocolate cakes from the mould and sandwiched them together with chocolate ganache (I should say at this stage, my son (7) only likes chocolate!) I sprayed the cakes silver and then added detail with fondant icing- white & black. Result was wow! One happy boy! I am not a cake maker and so if I can do this, anyone can! I will try and post a photo.

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"Great pan"

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This pan produces a very detailed cake. If you frost it, the detail is lost. I baked the cake, then lined the entire pan with fondant (after corn starch). I let that sit for two hours, and then carefully turned the silicone pan over and flopped the fondant Millennium Falcon directly onto the cake Millennium Falcon. It worked pretty darn well, but my photo doesn't show it. Then I just used lustre dust to paint some detail and damage onto it. Finally, I added Lego pieces because a four year-old wanted a Lego Star Wars cake.

"easy to create a masterpiece"

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I am no baker. But it was my Star Wars obsessed boy's 5th birthday and, even though they're generally laughably rubbish, we like the sentiment and gesture of making our own birthday cakes. This was so easy to use. I used the easy release spray, which the lady recommended at till point. I followed the recipe posted by another reviewer on here and used the pan to press fondant details. I have already loaned this out to two other mums (sorry Lakeland!) and one suggested silver spray for next time. We also put sparklers in the back as an engine. Son was delighted. A masterpiece! Thanks

"Brilliant cake pan!"

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But...not a 4 egg recipe - came out like a biscuit. I then used a 6 egg recipe (350g SR flour, 350g Caster, 2 tsps vanilla, 3tblsp milk, 3tsp baking powder) and this was perfect. Tips - it took 65mins to bake at 180, so halfway through cooking I wrapped all the edges in foil to prevent burning. Even having done this the 2 front small sections still came out crispy (i won't serve those). Secondly, despite washing the mould in soapy water before the first use, the failed bake came out with a plastic taste and got a bit stuck. Make sure you grease & flour and do a dummy run to burn off the taste

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