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Silicone Round Cake Tray @ m&s Was £9.50 now £3 saving of £6.50
Silicone Round Cake Tray @ m&s Was £9.50 now £3 saving of £6.50

Silicone Round Cake Tray @ m&s Was £9.50 now £3 saving of £6.50

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Very cheap for marks and spencer quality bakeware

Also available in heart shaped, square shaped or the smaller 6 cup trays from the link below:


marksandspencer.com/MSS…d=0

12 Comments

how big? the links taking me to school uniform?

Original Poster

It says
Height: 6.5 cm
Diameter: 22 cm

Original Poster

The link is working fine for me

eager addict

It saysHeight: 6.5 cmDiameter: 22 cm

eager addict

The link is working fine for me

That's great thanks! just gone through link again and its all good now

It is Silicone may be cheap for marks but they sell in morrisons ect for £3 mark so not that good a deal

Does it hold it's shape thought? That's the crucial thing. I like my silicon ones compared to metal as the outsides don't get too brown, but the side bulge out meaning you couldn't use them if appearance of the cake was important.

Beware, I've found silicone is useless for baking, its temperature properties are completely different from steel. At £3 it's not the end of the world but I wouldn't buy a set or anything until you know it's your thing.

Just brought perfect for my daughters birthday cake next week!!

Wow. That website is appalling.

Mobile site with no option I can find to switch to the usable version instead, seems to do flaky stuff with school uniforms over the top of the actual product page, pressing help pops up more pages, and anything you enter in the help box gives "not supported"!
And I thought amazon/google were bad with their mobile site nonsense!

afbag

Beware, I've found silicone is useless for baking, its temperature … Beware, I've found silicone is useless for baking, its temperature properties are completely different from steel. At £3 it's not the end of the world but I wouldn't buy a set or anything until you know it's your thing.


In a way, I agree it's different. But not useless - more like a paper case or lined tin (at least in a fan oven), so you'll probably find the cupcake types no different to what you're used to if the larger ones aren't.
I'm finding them easier to clean, and therefore longer lasting than those with a "non-stick" coating, so think I have a preference for them.

afbag

Beware, I've found silicone is useless for baking, its temperature … Beware, I've found silicone is useless for baking, its temperature properties are completely different from steel. At £3 it's not the end of the world but I wouldn't buy a set or anything until you know it's your thing.



I've found the cheap silicone ones not as good, both in retaining their shape, and quality of the bake, but the more expensive ones are fine. Silicone doesn't brown the edges as much so if you want a crisp edge, metal is better. I also find metal better also for cakes that have a short cooking time, like Victoria Sponge. I've ordered a square one so will try it on one of Mary Berry's tray bake recipe out and report back.

These are now £1.99
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