Baby Quilt & Bib Chocolate Candy Mold

Brand: CK Products 90-11559 Units: 1 Dimensions: Mold cavities:
Quilt: 5¾" wide x 3¾" long x ¼" deep
Bib: 3" wide x 2½" long x ¼" deep
Baby girl and boy heart: 1" wide x 1" long x ⅛" deep
5 cavities per mold. Approximately 140 hearts, or 15 bibs or 6 quilts can be obtained from a pound of candy coating or chocolate. This mold has a wonderful quilt that can be used for a baby's cake or for making candy.
Heart fits cello bag #65-16; bib fits cello bag #65-34; and quilt fits cello bag #65-37. If desired, larger cello bags, treat bags or candy boxes can be used. Use 3" x 3" foils for heart; use 4" x 4" foils for bib.

Fondant: Lightly spray mold with a cooking spray or dust with a dusting powder. Press crease-free kneaded fondant into mold. Remove excess fondant. Push an additional piece of fondant against fondant in mold to pull molded fondant from mold. Adhere to cake with icing or piping gel.

Candy Coating or Chocolate: Paint each area of details first, let dry at room temperature. When it is dull in appearance then pour your main body of chocolate into the mold. Chocolate or coating can also be poured directly into the mold and the details will still show up. Place in freezer. Let fall from mold when mold is cloudy and candy is chilled.

Hand wash only. *This type of plastic is perfect for chocolate and coatings, but is not designed for hard candy or other hot ingredients. flat rate

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Description

5 cavities per mold. Approximately 140 hearts, or 15 bibs or 6 quilts can be obtained from a pound of candy coating or chocolate. This mold has a wonderful quilt that can be used for a baby's cake or for making candy.
Heart fits cello bag #65-16; bib fits cello bag #65-34; and quilt fits cello bag #65-37. If desired, larger cello bags, treat bags or candy boxes can be used. Use 3" x 3" foils for heart; use 4" x 4" foils for bib.

Fondant: Lightly spray mold with a cooking spray or dust with a dusting powder. Press crease-free kneaded fondant into mold. Remove excess fondant. Push an additional piece of fondant against fondant in mold to pull molded fondant from mold. Adhere to cake with icing or piping gel.

Candy Coating or Chocolate: Paint each area of details first, let dry at room temperature. When it is dull in appearance then pour your main body of chocolate into the mold. Chocolate or coating can also be poured directly into the mold and the details will still show up. Place in freezer. Let fall from mold when mold is cloudy and candy is chilled.

Hand wash only. *This type of plastic is perfect for chocolate and coatings, but is not designed for hard candy or other hot ingredients.

Additional Details

UPC: 745367263100