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Heart shape silicone cake mould tray reduced from £9.50 to £1.99 at M&S ( other shapes available)
Heart shape silicone cake mould tray reduced from £9.50 to £1.99 at M&S ( other shapes available)

Heart shape silicone cake mould tray reduced from £9.50 to £1.99 at M&S ( other shapes available)

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Hello bakers,

I was going to buy these yesterday but forgot and found them further reduced in my basket this morning. There were square, round and mini bun tray available at the time of posting.

HTH

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Thanks for posting, image added

Square and small individual bun tin (12) OOS

Thanks very much, ordered the heart

Thankyou, ordered all 3!

Thank you for the deal... ordered square n round!!! heat added!!

Original Poster

You are all very welcome!
I am excited about these silicone ones as I am planning to get a chocolate mould out of it and fill it with mousse. Buying baking equipment always makes me happy!

Thanks OP I've ordered all 4.

Thanks

Nice find OP! Sent a link to my wife with the message "my heart bakes for you"...

Thanks.

ordered - thanks OP

This was 99p in store today at M&S Birmingham City Centre if this helps anyone, they had loads left in homeware dept :-)

Just ordered all three! Thanks!

Ordered two of each. Great value! Thanks!

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can anyone tell me if these need greasing or greaseproof paper when baking cake?

Just give them a good brush of vegetable oil all around the inside, cakes will come out a treat mmmm

Great find, thanx so much I ordered one of each ready to pick up in store at the weekend what a steal
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MrStar

Nice find OP! Sent a link to my wife with the message "my heart bakes … Nice find OP! Sent a link to my wife with the message "my heart bakes for you"...



Oh wow, how thoughtful! my husband would have tried to hide it in order to stop me spending lol

Just ordered the 3 (heart, round and mini bun tray). Thanks for sharing OP!
Edited by: "kurstywursty" 17th Jul 2014

Great offer. Ordered all four. Hope they're good x

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samzam

can anyone tell me if these need greasing or greaseproof paper when … can anyone tell me if these need greasing or greaseproof paper when baking cake?



I bake muffins in silicone all the time. never needed to do anything but yes a little greasing will ensure it doesn't stick (especially upside down cakes)

Cbhatt

I bake muffins in silicone all the time. never needed to do anything but … I bake muffins in silicone all the time. never needed to do anything but yes a little greasing will ensure it doesn't stick (especially upside down cakes)


Ok so do you pour the mix straight into the silicone mould and once there out the oven.....then let them cool? Or take out whilst warm? They few times I've tried the bottoms stick so im left with a messy bottom so to speak!

Hi. Thanks & heat added. Have been looking for heart shaped cake tins but most too expensive. Never had silicone moulds before so will give them a try, especially at that price. Granddaughters birthday coming up.:) Collecting instore on Saturday.

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samzam

Ok so do you pour the mix straight into the silicone mould and once there … Ok so do you pour the mix straight into the silicone mould and once there out the oven.....then let them cool? Or take out whilst warm? They few times I've tried the bottoms stick so im left with a messy bottom so to speak!



I would take them out of the case whilst the cake is warm (not aa soon as its out of oven as the cake will be too soft then). first run a butter knife round the edges, tip it on a plate and slowly peel it away.

most silicone baking stuff claim to be non stick but in one or two trials you'd know what works best. x

out of stock ??

All three types out of stock

All gone!

£9.50? Wow! You should all go and look in Aldi. We bought the big heart ones there yesterday for £1.29 each because they were on sale. There were other shapes including the 12 hole muffin type, big loaf size, and big round ones that we use for pizzas. Max price was £1,49 and they are good quality. Normal price is up to £3.99 each according to type. I can't imagine anyone paying £9.50 for one silicon mould.

Cbhatt

I would take them out of the case whilst the cake is warm (not aa soon as … I would take them out of the case whilst the cake is warm (not aa soon as its out of oven as the cake will be too soft then). first run a butter knife round the edges, tip it on a plate and slowly peel it away. most silicone baking stuff claim to be non stick but in one or two trials you'd know what works best. x



They ARE non -stick if you use them properly and make sure you clean them properly afterwards. We use them constantly, and rarely use our non-stick 'tin' ones these days..
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