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If you’re planning a bake-to-give Christmas, or a round of festive tea parties, this Silicone Santa & Reindeer Mould is super-simple to use, and can help you turn out tasty treats with ease time after time. It makes 24 shapes in two designs – a smiley-faced Santa and his cheeky pal Rudolph.
As the mould is oven safe you can bake a batch of dinky biscuits, cakes or shortbread with brilliant definition – or you could fill them with ice cream, mousse or frozen yoghurt and serve them with a fruity sauce for dessert.
Brilliant for making detailed chocolate cake toppers, it's really easy to make hollow chocolate shapes... Simply melt your choice of chocolate – we’ve found the better the quality of chocolate, the better the results – and brush a thin layer around each shape in the mould, leaving to set in the fridge. Brush on several additional layers, allowing time to set for each repetition, before adding your filling (try chocolate ganache or salted caramel) and pouring on a little more chocolate to seal the top before turning them out.
The silicone mould is naturally non-stick and can withstand a huge range of temperatures from -40° up to 230°C. It’s safe for use in your freezer, conventional oven or microwave and easy to clean in the sink or the top rack of your dishwasher.
To ensure your chocolates and chocolate-topped treats have that professional-looking sheen and stay looking good for longer, you will need to temper your chocolate. This stops the cocoa fat from separating, preventing that dull grey ‘bloomed’ finish and meaning the chocolate shrinks slightly when set for an easy release from the mould. If you want to find out a bit more, see our handy Guide on Tempering Chocolate for budding chocolatiers.
Mould 35.5 x 26.5 x 2cm H. Makes 24 shapes.
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