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FineGood FG Molds_3 Silicone Doughnut Moulds with 6 Cavities, Non Stick Baking Tray, Heat Resistant, Suitable for Cakes, Biscuits, Bagels, Muffins, Colours: Orange, Pink, Green, Pack of 3
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- Safety: Our dough moulds are made of high quality 100 % food grade silicone, FDA approved and BPA free.
- High heat resistance: these baking trays are safe at temperatures between -40 °C and 230 °C. They are suitable for microwave ovens, freezers and dishwashers.
- Foldable: the flexibility of the silicone allows the baking tray to be folded without damage, and it simply unfolds back to its initial shape.
- Easy to clean: you could put them in a dishwasher or wash them by hand. The silicone moulds are non stick, the dough will not stick in the cavities, and even if it does, you could easily clean them with some warm water.
- Dimensions: 3 x baking trays in orange, pink and green, each tray has 6 cavities, tray dimension: 10 in x 7 in x 1 in/26 cm x 18 cm x 2.3 cm.
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3 x Silicone Donut Molds
Color: Orange & Rose Red & Green
Type: Donut Pattern
Feature: Eco-Friendly, Stocked, FDA Approved, BPA Free
Material: 100% Food Grade Silicone
Temperature Safe: -40 to 230 Degrees Celsius
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Here’s some tips to save you the hassle of making any mistakes:
Get organised! Have your moulds laid out ready where you intend to leave them, your fragrance measured out, & your colourant. You’ll need approximately 500g of melt & pour soap per six cavity mould.
You have to work pretty quickly once the melt & pour soap is melted, because as soon as you add your fragrance & colourant, you can expect the mixture to start thickening up & wanting to set. (This varies with each type of colour or fragrance, some are a little more forgiving than others)
Carefully pour your soap into each mould cavity (I melted my soap in the microwave on a medium setting, in a microwave safe jug, to make it easier to pour afterwards)
After you pour into a cavity, immediately spray the soap with some isopropyl alcohol, this will help to disperse any bubbles on the surface of your soap. With my first batch, I made the mistake of trying to pour into all six cavities before going back to spray the alcohol - it’s too late by then, the bubbles won’t disappear. Always spray every time you’ve poured into a cavity, that way you’ll get rid of any bubbles before they have a chance to set.
The great thing about melt & pour is if it starts setting before you finish pouring it, you can always pop it back into the microwave for a quick blast to melt the mixture again, before returning to pour it once more.
Once you’ve finished pouring into your mould, leave it to set. The moulds aren’t rigid enough to try & move them about anywhere whilst they’re full of your setting soap. If you do try & move them, you run the risk of disturbing the setting mixture, which might make the soaps wrinkle or become uneven.
After a few hours, your soaps should be ready to unmould. This is the satisfying bit! Your soaps should come out really easily, the moulds are fantastically flexible, making this part an absolute breeze. You can see from my picture, how they look straight out of the mould, a perfect shape, with a really smooth finish.
Now you have a choice, you can either decorate the doughnuts as they are, (in which case you’ll have a rounded top, with a flat underside) or you can put two together to make a larger, “fuller” doughnut. I think they’re fine as they are (especially for party bags) but I did make a couple of the larger ones for the Birthday Boy & the Birthday Girl.
If you want to sandwich two pieces together, use some melted melt & pour (either drizzle some, or spread some) on the insides of your doughnut halves & press them together, they should set really quickly.
To “ice” or “glaze” your doughnuts, melt some more soap, add your colour & fragrance of choice & quickly dip the top of your doughnut into this mixture & immediately chuck on your sprinkles (my sprinkles are also made of soap, I wouldn’t recommend using actual sugar sprinkles from the bakery section, these can “bleed” colour & disintegrate) You have to work ridiculously quickly at this stage, because the “glaze/icing” is only a very thin coating, it sets almost as soon as you put it on. Et voilà! Not bad for a first attempt!
The moulds are really easy to clean after use (especially if you’ve been making soap, in which case you’ll only need to add hot water & swish it around) & they dry in no time. I’m really impressed with how beautifully the soap doughnuts turn out straight from the moulds, I’m sure I’ll get a lot of use out of them in the future.
I was thinking about using the moulds for bath bombs, but I don’t think it would work, I think even if you left the mixture to harden in them, it would crumble with the wiggling you have to do to demould, but the moulds are fantastic for soapmaking purposes, so I’m really happy with them!