3 Stars By Richard on 2014-12-02
Dimensions too big for my lozenges...
Careful, everyone, about the sizing description. The dimensions were somewhat vague to me, so I have attached a photo of a ruler next to the tray cavities so you can see the size for yourself. These are too deep and wide for me!
5 Stars By Caitlin C on 2015-05-29
I bought this to make chocolates for a Valentine's Day party. I had never made any kind of candy or chocolates before, but this was so easy to use. The chocolate didn't stick to the mold once it hardened, and clean up was super easy.
5 Stars By Lynn on 2013-05-23
Perfect for my project
I saw an idea of making heart shaped crayons out of old crayons. With plenty of time on my hands, I set out to make some for the kids attending our wedding this fall. (crazy... I know). Starting with a small mountain of old crayons I melted them with this item in the oven, let them cool on the counter and they popped right out. I've made over 200 little heart crayons so far, not because I need that many but they were so easy to make. The silicone mold is showing no signs of wear, a little discolored though I haven't tried cleaning it yet. Far better than the cheap mold I tried before. I wish I would have bought two, since the one I have is being used for crafts I'd like another one for baking desserts.
5 Stars By belle on 2016-02-05
Silicone molds - love em
People have been asking how big these are-- so I'm attaching some photos w/ common household items to give an indication of size. My ruler doesn't work well in a photo so this s/b a pretty good indication. Eash mold is about 1/2 to 3/4" deep. love these silicone molds! I use them to make dog treats, and love that they are easy to fill and easy to empty! I am already seeing some good use to surprise my sweetie this valentines day!
5 Stars By Aundrea on 2017-02-23
Worked great for our melted chocolate Valentine treats
I bought this to make melted chocolate Valentine's with my daughter. It turned out being an easy, fun project for us! This is just like any other silicone mold I've used. I'll briefly describe what we did in case you're curious.
1. Filled the hearts with a small layer of sprinkles, M & M's and other candies.
2. Melt chocolate in microwave (I found small melts at WinCo for a very good price). I put the chocolate in a Pyrex glass measuring cup.
3. Pour the melted chocolate over the candies in the molds.
4. Put in fridge until hard.
If someone wanted to get creative you could get white chocolate and color it with food coloring. I did a mix of milk and white chocolate. I had a few mom's remark "You actually made those? Cool! How did you do it?" This was a great project that was easy, fairly inexpensive and fun.
3 Stars By Samantha.O on 2016-02-18
Great for crafts...NOT food...
These are great for crafts. I would NOT use them for food. Using the twist-test, it turns white-ish...telling me it's not pure silicone. Twisting a bit of the silicone, if it turns white-ish, it’s got plastic fillers.
Pure silicone will retain its color.
So for crafts...these are great. But you're limiting.
5 Stars By David Andrews on 2016-02-05
Really nice, Five Stars
NICE !! I've included some HQ Images also. The Product dimensions are as follows...
1-3/4" (W) x 1-3/8" (H) & A hair over 5/8" for the depth. Measured the depth with my IRWIN Combination square.
I could of used a digital caliper, but.. lol, my IRWIN has gone threw the line test, and it's very accurate. I honestly don't use tools that aren't accurate, and are garbage. My measurements can be backed up with the HQ images I've included. The images I drew, I drew up in InkScape.
Enjoy, and have a Happy Valentine's 2016++.
5 Stars By Jazlyn on 2017-03-24
Recently started making homemade bath bombs but had such a hard time with the metal and plastic molds so I decided to give these a try. My bath bombs came out of the molds so easy w/o any crumbling or cracking.
on 2015-01-20 It SMELLS!!! NOT 100% silicone!
The shape of this pan is really cute and gender neutral. I was excited to use it to make homemade gummy candy. However, it SMELLS!! The odor is so bad that I absolutely can't use it. I washed it with soap and it still smelled. I soaked it in a soapy solution for an hour and it still smelled. I scrubbed it with a baking soda paste and soaked it in a baking soda solution and it STILL smelled! This is not a good quality pan. The smell is a very strong chemical rubber smell, almost like moth balls. It was so strong it was giving me a headache. There is no way that I'm going to use this for food with a smell like that. It is also not 100% silicone. If you pinch the tray, it turns white. That is a sign that there are fillers in this. It's a poor quality pan and who knows what chemicals are lurking in this. I am returning it as defective.
I bought this instead: B003UDEKDM Freshware CB-101RD 30-Cavity Silicone Peanut Butter Cup, Chocolate, Candy and Gummy Mold
and it proved to be 100% silicone with no odors and worked great for the gummy candy.
5 Stars By Marilyn C. on 2017-03-12
I love silicone anything; I have Silipat baking mats, cup cake liners, loaf pans, oval shapes that I use for freezing my both broth. When I came across a recipe for marzipan, one of my favorite sweets, I bought this heart-shaped silicone mold for Valentine's Day marzipan treats. It worked extremely well; the candies popped right out. Silicone is floppy, and as such needs to be reinforced with a baking pan or other flat object under it. I put all the silicone items on a cookie sheet, whether I put the mold in the oven, freezer, or refrigerator. I don't believe there is any silicone baking product that can stand alone. Once you get used to baking in silicone, you can never go back!