3D Cupcake Candy Mold
Make a colorful cupcake-shaped candy container. Fill with candy pieces, mousse and more.
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3D Cupcake Candy Mold is rated out of 5 by 16.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Aumber from Cute mold but poor design. I think it should be a pour box design so you do not have to stick another mold on top to create a container. I have been making candy for years and this mold frustrated me. It took me 4 hours just to get 4 made and still they looked like crap. The tops did not snap in right and would just pop up after I let them go.I ended up putting something heavy on top just to keep it down. I found that the candy at the top was too thin and this is way they would just crumble. If they change the design I will buy a few more of the molds!! I also made a few filled with peanut butter, those were easier did not have to mess around with that top piece.
Date published: 2013-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by poeticsidewalke from My mom bought this for her candle business and the molds came out amazing! They aren't meant to make attached - It's a 2 piece mold that you make separately. That's why the 2 pieces aren't meant to be connected. When making them in chocolate, the easiest way for them to pop out (or for any mold using chocolate) is to place them in the fridge or freezer for 2 hours solid. They then pop out with no problem. But my mom used her wax to make them for a sampler she's creating and they came out amazing: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10153240102496163&set=pcb.904467489576496&type=1&theater
Date published: 2015-05-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by AshleySwald from I have tried to use this thing 3 times now, each time was a disaster. After taking them out of the refridgerator and trying to pop them out hte 1st time the side of the mold itself cracked. The chocolate itself cracked too. I have wasted a few bags of chocolate and hours of time trying to get these things to work, and after my 3rd time today, they are going in the trash. I have not been able to get 1 full cupcake, not 1! Terrible product, not worth the time or effort or money it costs you in chocolate. It got one star only because they wouldnt let me post a review without starring it.
Date published: 2012-06-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by mjd5 from I purchased 1 mold for my 14 yr old daughter and I to have some fun. It has taken a little practice (about 4-5 cupcakes worth) but we now seem to have the hang of it. We have been able to make some adorable cupcake containers to give as treats. The plastic mold did crack at the flange (edge) but it hasn't effected the finished pieces. Getting the bottoms off of the mold is the most difficult, but if you push gently in/through the center that seems to help break the suction. Good luck and enjoy!
Date published: 2013-02-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by Naqy from I was so excited when I found this mold. I made 18 cupcakes for Mother's Day and ended up with only 3 totally in tact. Then I tried it again, leaving it in the fridge longer and then putting it in the freezer for 2 minutes. And again they broke apart when I was trying to release them. Don't know what I'm doing wrong. Has anybody had the same experience? I really think these are adorable, but just don't have much success.
Date published: 2012-05-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by alajah13 from Horrible experience with this product!! I could not get the chocolate off the mold. I tried crisco and baking stray and I had NO success. The plastic broke on the sides and as I was trying to twist the chocolate off I cut myself. I called wilton for my money back on the mold and for the chocolate that I melted to try and attempt this project and they are kindly giving me $15.00 credit on any item(s) on there website.
Date published: 2013-04-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by sprinklescakery from Have not used this yet, but I have used the 3-D skull. Without any problems. A few things that people need to take into consideration when melting chocolate to use for this. 1.) Melting pot from Wilton will make sure you do not over heat the chocolate which can cause cracking or breaking or not forming correctly. 2.) Adding a bit of Crisco I believe its a 1/4 tsp to a bag of Wilton chocolate will help with the flow of the chocolate. Next when you fill the cavity to the top you need to tap out the air bubbles. They will make it harder to keep even cooling to all of the chocolate. Once its in the fridge you need to wait until you have at least 1/8" of chocolate wall before taking them out. And its better to do the "same" cavity type at the same time so your not messing with different chill times. I hope this helps out. I have made over 2 dozen skulls and they looked awesome!
Date published: 2012-08-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by anitalar89 from I can personally attest that these molds are incredibly awesome! the candy melt looks like a real cupcake! and the better part is that you cand fill them. the only thing I would recommend to use this mold for people that have a little bit experiencie (level 2), because some of them may have difficulty in drawing the candy melt.
Date published: 2013-07-22