12 Silicone Cake Cases (Re-usable, once washed) only £1.99!! ASDA (Instore, not sure about online) - HotUKDeals
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Went into Asda the other day, and found these - Have been looking at them for a while, however they have been over £5 for 6(In other stores, not ASDA)!! But this is a bargain, and they're Great!!

It wasn't a special offer, they were normal price but considering I can't find cheaper elsewhere, I thought I would post.

Please bear in mind, this was instore only... Im not sure about online!



* Reusable
* Nest together for easy storage
* Allow easy release of cakes
* Silicone does not absorb flavour or odour
* Silicone does not distort or taint
* Dishwasher safe
* Set of 12
* Assorted pastel colours

I know you can buy 50 paper ones for like 50p - however it all adds up, when you buy so many... And these you can reuse, and they are fun!!
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#1
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41yHRN%2BRdpL._SS500_.jpg

Its pretty much those colours, and yellow as well!!
#2
thats really weird cos a friend and I bought these about three months ago. We bought a pack each - she got the pink range and I got the blue range and then we swapped so we had mixed colours each. They were £2.00 for 12! It even says £2.00 on the box. By the way they are brilliant.
#3
Sounds good, heat added:thumbsup:
#4
traceyace
thats really weird cos a friend and I bought these about three months ago. We bought a pack each - she got the pink range and I got the blue range and then we swapped so we had mixed colours each. They were £2.00 for 12! It even says £2.00 on the box. By the way they are brilliant.


These are the pastel mixed colour ones, however there is no £2 price on them.. it just says George..
They might have changed their packaging for them or something?!
#5
i think i read it wrong - i thought you meant george were originally selling them for £5.00 for 6. My mistake. But as I say they are totally cool.
#6
traceyace
i think i read it wrong - i thought you meant george were originally selling them for £5.00 for 6. My mistake. But as I say they are totally cool.


Ha, I just re-read what I wrote.. you are right.. I have now added to it to make it clearer!! :thumbsup:
#7
I think lidl or aldi had these in red at a similar price as the teacher at the school nursery bought some from one or the other!
#8
This is a good deal, especially if you shop at Asda anyway. Homebase have similar, but for about a fiver. Poundland sell them in packs of 6 for a pound, so this still works out cheaper. Heat added!
#9
They do have silicone muffin cases online for £1.96, cant find cake cases although i know nothing about cooking they could be the same thing :p
Heat added.
#10
ricaird
This is a good deal, especially if you shop at Asda anyway. Homebase have similar, but for about a fiver. Poundland sell them in packs of 6 for a pound, so this still works out cheaper. Heat added!


Would only expect them, to be a pound in POUNDLAND anyway....doesnt the name say it all???

Voted hot
#11
mumof2
Would only expect them, to be a pound in POUNDLAND anyway....doesnt the name say it all???

Voted hot


Poundland do sell some items that arnt a pound! :thumbsup:
#12
Yup these are good!
However I managed to pick them up the other day for 60p in ASDA in the clearance section since the plastic case had no lid! Well worth the money! Have a look in the clearance bits first just incase, and is most definately store specific
#13
Home bargains have these quite a lot if you can't bag the Asda ones. The spatulas are well worth the 79p too - scrape as hard as you like at any temperature and you won't hurt your precious pans.
#14
Where abouts in store are they?In cooking aisle (logical) or some random place!!
#15
are they hard to wash up? looks a bit fiddly to me.
#16
lorrdp
Where abouts in store are they?In cooking aisle (logical) or some random place!!


Yea, these were down the home appliance - kitchen utensils aisle.
#17
blackpeppa
are they hard to wash up? looks a bit fiddly to me.


Nah, they are really easy.. the cake doesn't stick to them - so it just a quick was, and these are dishwasher safe.
#18
Awesome, thanks. Need some of these.
#19
i did not know you can get re-useable ones, definetely going to get some, either from poundland or asda
#20
ricaird
This is a good deal, especially if you shop at Asda anyway. Homebase have similar, but for about a fiver. Poundland sell them in packs of 6 for a pound, so this still works out cheaper. Heat added!


mumof2
Would only expect them, to be a pound in POUNDLAND anyway....doesnt the name say it all???


Man, I wish people would read posts PROPERLY before gobbing off.

Re-read my post (conveniently quoted above) - I said Poundland sell packs of SIX for £1, making this deal marginally better. Do the math - two packs of six.
#21
its online as well, just go on groceries, then in search box put in 12 silicone cases-theres 2 variety.x
#22
these are for muffins people not cake sized
#23
ricaird
Man, I wish people would read posts PROPERLY before gobbing off.

Re-read my post (conveniently quoted above) - I said Poundland sell packs of SIX for £1, making this deal marginally better. Do the math - two packs of six.


I did read your post properly,thanks.
You could have just said poundland sell them in packs of six minus the bit about them being a pound ( I think most people would guess they were a quid),
I was merley saying thats all,not gobbing actually not my fault you took it that way and can't take some light humour
#24
wonder what toxins seep into your cakes when these baby's are at high temps?
#25
mumof2
I did read your post properly,thanks.
You could have just said poundland sell them in packs of six minus the bit about them being a pound ( I think most people would guess they were a quid),
I was merley saying thats all,not gobbing actually not my fault you took it that way and can't take some light humour


The wonders of electronic communication then. eh? Such is the opportunity for misunderstanding. I'd taken your post as a dig rather than a joke, so I'll apologise for any offence caused by my reply :thumbsup:
#26
phatboy123
these are for muffins people not cake sized


Nope, they're cake cases... rest assured... they are!
#27
buju247
wonder what toxins seep into your cakes when these baby's are at high temps?


None that i could taste!! I'll probably keel over and die later :thumbsup:
#28
ricaird
The wonders of electronic communication then. eh? Such is the opportunity for misunderstanding. I'd taken your post as a dig rather than a joke, so I'll apologise for any offence caused by my reply :thumbsup:


I appreciate that,I didnt mean to cause an upset,I suppose its easy to get the wrong signal on this placer,afterall im not here to make enemies........

MAKES NOT TO SELF not to make anymore sarky comments on here incase offence is taken :)
#29
JaRocks28
Nope, they're cake cases... rest assured... they are!


Thanks for clarifying - I too thought they were for muffins/cupcakes ("fairy cakes", right?). Still a good deal, though.

Anybody know where I can get muffin-sized ones???
#30
these are fairy cake cases and not muffin cases. Used ours last nite and made some fairy cakes last night with my daughter and they come out fantastic. Much better than in the paper cases for some reason.
#31
JaRocks28;4121478
None that i could taste!! I'll probably keel over and die later :thumbsup:

or just develop cancer in years to come :shock:
#32
traceyace
these are fairy cake cases and not muffin cases. Used ours last nite and made some fairy cakes last night with my daughter and they come out fantastic. Much better than in the paper cases for some reason.


Now I'm really confused - I thought that muffins and fairy cakes were the same size except that muffins have the puffy tops. Somebody help me out here?

This is what I think a muffin is:

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3117/3213498822_b6fe42b7a6_m.jpg

This is what I think a cupcake is:

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3262/3213499090_116c6cb8e0_m.jpg

This is what I think a cake is:

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3429/3213498946_e746dd113a_o.jpg
#33
[QUOTE=Chia]Now I'm really confused - I thought that muffins and fairy cakes were the same size except that muffins have the puffy tops. Somebody help me out here?


No muffins are a fair bit bigger than fairy cakes
#34
mumof2;4141929
[QUOTE=Chia]Now I'm really confused - I thought that muffins and fairy cakes were the same size except that muffins have the puffy tops. Somebody help me out here?


No muffins are a fair bit bigger than fairy cakes


Thanks. I'd better go to the grocery store and do some research....

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