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Silicone mould palm

Fabricant Sugaria Sugaria


6,90 € tax incl.

Make incredibly realistic sugar paste or modeling clay palms with this silicone mold. To put on your decorated cakes, cupcakes, and shortbread on the theme of the sea, travel or holidays.

Dimensions: 7.5cm x 7cm x 1.5mm. The large palm tree is 6.2cm high and the small one is 4.5cm high

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Since January 1, 2020, by the French decree of April 17, 2019 in the Official Journal No. 0097 ECOC1911549A, food products containing titanium dioxide (also called E171 or TiO2), used to color foodstuffs in white, do not should no longer be consumed. This is French law, not European law.

Titanium dioxide is therefore no longer edible in France but nevertheless remains non-toxic. French law also still authorizes the use of E171 in medicines and cosmetic products (eg toothpaste).

Thus, like any other non-food but non-toxic reference on our site, this product should not be eat and should only be used for decorative purposes.

Finally, note that we are working hard so that the manufacturer can provide us with their products as soon as possible in a version without E171. Thank you for your understanding and support ;-)

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Silicone mold palm trees.

Create a cake on the theme of the sea, holidays or travel in all simplicity thanks to this silicone mould, it will allow you to make in sugar dough or modeling clay very realistic beautiful palm trees to put on your creations.

This mould will save you a lot of time: no need to mould, in two or three movements, your sugar paste decorations will be ready :) .

Extremely resistant to high and low temperatures -60 ° C / 230 ° C, you can use it with sugar dough, gumpaste, marzipan, chocolate, candy meltsisomalt...

Tips for use for sugar or gumpaste dough :

1- Sprinkle the mold with a little cornstarch and tap to remove the excess.

2-Start with a pudding of dough and start flattening it in the pan. Keep the fingers of both hands sprinkled with cornstarch so that the fondant stays in the pan and does not stick to your hands.

3- Press with the fingers of your left hand, while continuing to pinch and smooth the dough in the pan with the fingers or the right hand outwards.

4- Once the mould is well filled, you can use a rolling pin to roll on the shape and press the dough firmly into the mould. Sprinkling the rolling pin will ensure that the dough does not stick to it.

5- Take a clean dry knife or scalpel, use the cornstarch blade. Place the blade flat on the surface of the mould and carefully cut off the excess dough, using a gentle sawing action. For large moulds, it is sometimes a good idea to stop halfway through to clean and dry the blade again.

For very complex moulds: It may be helpful to place the mould in the freezer for 10 to 15 minutes. Unmould on a dry, clean surface. The dough will be wet and sticky as it thaws and should not be touched. Depending on the type of dough you have used and the humidity in the air, the moulds should be dry to the touch within 10 to 30 minutes. Allow them to dry completely before transferring them to the cake (to be stuck on with food glue or royal icing).

6- Turn the mould over on itself and unmould gently, you can help yourself with a fine point to release the dough.

Maintenance : Can be washed in soapy water or in the dishwasher.

Dimensions : 7.5cm x 7cm x 1.5mm. The large palm tree is 6.2cm high and the small one is 4.5cm high



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