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2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointed, 24 Aug. 2012
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This review is from: Sweetly Does It 20 Hole Silicone Cake Pop Mould - Pink (Kitchen & Home)
I bought this item as I thought it would be a novel way to distribute cake pops to my Grand-daughter's friends at her birthday party.

It's a good job I didn't wait until the party 'cos my first attempt was a disaster. The cake was all stuck in the moulds, despite them having had oil sprayed in them. The cake was also very dry, so I had obviously cooked them for longer than they require. It says to fill them 3/4 full, but they didn't rise enough to form a round. I am going to give them another go with a different recipe, lashings of oil in the moulds and cooking them for a little less time. I will update this review after my second attempt at the weekend.

Update. Different recipe, oilled and floured the moulds, cooked them for a lesser time, still not happy with the result. Some broke as they stuck, again, not filled the mould to a complete circle. It's just too much faff for me. Sorry.
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Initial post: 15 Jan 2013 09:20:45 GMT
I'm curious whether you left the cakes to go cold before attempting to remove them from the mould? (Normally this is advised when attempting to remove a cake from an unusual-shaped cake tin - e.g bundts)
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