Christmas time is upon us. Our kitchens are about to brim with the aroma of star anise,
clove, vanilla, and cinnamon. And for that reason, we’ve prepared 5 essential tips on how to
best use our moulds and take care of them so that they will last you many more Christmases to come. You don’t know what to use them for? Well, that’s easy! They are for making bear paws, madeleines, vanilla crescents, or Christmas nut cookies. But they will also be a big help for baking chocolate pralines.
- You press the dough into the moulds, and once baked, it will copy the pattern from
the bottom. But you also have to get your hands dirty, specifically your thumbs. There
is nothing more relaxing than shaping the dough using your own two hands. You can
even get the entire family involved; how about making cookies with your favourite
fairy-tale movies in the background?
- Never fill the mould all the way to the top; leave a slight hollow. Don’t forget the
dough will rise while baking! If you fill it to the top, it could overflow and mess up the
When buying moulds, we recommend to think big. After all, you will need a lot of
them. Once you put one batch in the oven, you can immediately start working on the
second one. And while the first batch cools, you will also appreciate having enough
moulds for the third batch. Check our e-shop for a wide variety of shapes and
materials. From snowmen to walnuts. From tin to Teflon. Take your pick.