Create perfectly shaped desserts, candies, and soaps with our premium silicone molds, designed for easy release and made from food-grade materials for safe and reliable use.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are the advantages of using silicone molds for commercial baking?

    • Silicone molds offer numerous benefits for commercial bakers, including non-stick properties, durability, and flexibility. This makes it easier to release baked goods without breakage, reduces the need for greasing, and ensures a longer mold lifespan even under frequent use.
  • Are silicone molds safe for baking at high temperatures?

    • Yes, our silicone molds are made from food-grade silicone that is heat resistant. They can typically withstand temperatures ranging from -40°F to 450°F (-40°C to 232°C), making them safe for oven use, freezer storage, and more.
  • How do I care for and clean my silicone baking molds?

    • Silicone molds are relatively low-maintenance. After each use, wash them with warm soapy water and dry thoroughly. They can also be placed in the dishwasher. To maintain their shape and prevent warping, store them flat or in their original shape.
  • Do the silicone molds impact the baking time?

    • Silicone molds can affect baking times slightly due to their insulating properties. It's always advisable to start checking for doneness a few minutes earlier than your usual time. However, always refer to specific recipes as some may account for silicone mold use.
  • Can silicone molds be used in the microwave or freezer?

    • Absolutely! One of the versatile features of silicone molds is their ability to handle a wide range of temperatures. They are safe for use in the microwave, freezer, and oven.
  • Will my baked goods brown evenly in a silicone mold?

    • Silicone molds distribute heat differently than traditional metal pans. While they can produce evenly baked goods, the browning might be slightly less pronounced. If you prefer a darker crust or more browning, you might need to adjust baking times or temperatures.
  • How do silicone molds compare to metal or glass bakeware in terms of durability and performance?

    • Silicone molds are less prone to rust, dents, and breakage compared to metal or glass bakeware. They are also non-stick and flexible, which can reduce the number of damaged or broken baked goods. However, they might not offer the same level of crispness or browning as metal bakeware.
  • Do I need to grease or prepare the silicone molds before use?

    • One of the primary advantages of silicone molds is their non-stick nature. Typically, there's no need to grease them. However, for some recipes or for added assurance, you can lightly grease the molds or use a non-stick baking spray.