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Bite Size Brains Candy Molds
9 cavity mold, each piece will use 1/4 ounce of chocolate to fill, piece measures 1 1/2" X 1/2" deep.
This is a chocolate mold, will not withstand high heat and is not dishwasher safe. For general care: wash and rinse in warm not hot water and dry th
Hobby Grade Mold
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8 of 8 found the following review helpful:
Great Mold for Crayon Brains!!Jun 18, 2012
By J. Lockett-Joiner
I bought this to make brains as counters for a game we play called Zombie Dice. I got the idea when a friend of mine posted that she had a bunch of old crayons. What a great idea!! The mold works really well and the crayons never stick. Have not had a problem with the mold cracking or anything. Easy to clean. Ordering another one because I want to be able to several colors at once. :-)
4 of 4 found the following review helpful:
Neat idea, not great quality.Jul 20, 2010
Great as molds, but not very durable. Cracked one brain mold the first use just by gently bending the sheet. I frequently use plastic molds, and a slight bend shouldn't make the plastic crack. Won't hold up if one uses the "quick freeze" method to release candy/chocolate. I suggest greasing up the molds very well (cooking spray works wonders) and being extremely cautious when releasing candy.
3 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Great for Halloween candy-making!Nov 02, 2009
This candy mold is great for Halloween candy! I made chocolate brains with raspberry filling - so they bled red juice when you bit them! Really simple to use molds and durable - I didn't know how hard to whack them on the counter to release the candy once they had set. Luckily the molds even held up to my over-exuberance!
2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
BRAAIINNSS!May 21, 2012
By Kevin Ringelman
I had no problems removing the finished candy from the mold. The secret: just lightly spray the empty mold with Pam. Candy pops right out when it's set.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Braaaaains!!! Yum....Jan 07, 2013
Zombies are all the rage now it seems so why not jump on the wagon and feed people brains! I love the little brains you can make using Wiltons candies, or jello gummies (green makes it look really neat but watermelon jello looks the light pink like a real brain).
I put little pink candies on top of cake pops for Halloween and drizzled pink brain juice down them too. Tasted great! Looked gross...so mission accomplished!
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