Disclaimer: I received this item for free in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.
Sheri Ann Richerson from ExperimentalHomesteader.com is joined by Jeffrey Rhoades who talks about the DIY Star Shaped Silicone Molds that she received for review. These are perfect for molding your favorite recipes into star shapes. Consider using this mold to shape flavored ice cubes, chocolate, butter and more!
I absolutely love this mold. It is perfect for shaping chocolate candies, ice, hard candies and more into star shapes. The molds are made of silicone and very flexible. You get 5 per package – that is a whopping 75 little stars you can make with one set!
I wanted these molds for Isomalt so I could make clear or light yellow colored stars to decorate cakes or cupcakes with. I often find I want star shapes items to decorate my Fourth Of July edible foods. The star shapes look great in drinks especially clear drinks if they are colored red and blue. At Christmas time, color the star shapes red and green. Use Kool-Aid or fruit punch that is already colored in place of food coloring.
These are safe to use for temperatures up to 446 degrees F so I do have to make sure my Isomalt is under that temperature before I pour it into the molds.
In addition to using them for food, they would make awesome craft molds. Consider making star shaped guest soaps or bath bombs. Use your imagination and I am sure you will find many uses for them.
These molds are easy to clean, easy to store because they stack and easy to use.
I absolutely love mine – and I wanted to update this post to say that after having them for a little more than nine months now and getting quite a bit of use out of them, I still love them. They have held up great so far, but I have taken care to keep them washed right after I use them and to keep them in a safe place when they are not in use.
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