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Freshware 18-Cavity Silicone Madeleine Pan

Item# 00850477000P | Model# CB-107RD | Added on October 23, 2013 |
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Freshware 18-Cavity Silicone Madeleine Pan
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When you see those shell-shaped cookies, have you wondered how they make it look so good? Think no more. Achieve professional baking results when creating delicious French Madeleine cookies with Freshware's CB-107RD 18-Cavity Silicone Madeleine Pan. This bakeware is made using patented silicone material that promote caramelizing and even cooking with every use. The pan is made out of high quality food-grade silicone with non-stick surface, so it is very safe to bake with and the pan can be cleaned easily with little effort. Create your own French Madeleine, and amaze your family and friends with each and every piece of cookie. Simply pour your favorite recipe in the mold, bake, and cool completely. This flexible silicone pan offers a non-stick surface that allows the baked goods to pop right out with no mess and no fuss. Since silicone mold is freezer safe, it is great for chilled and frozen foods such as ice cream cakes and gelatins. Cleaning is a breeze: rinse the pan with hot water or place it in the dishwasher. Constructed with European and FDA-approved premium quality 100-percent food-grade silicone, it resists stains and odors, and it handles temperature from -40 to +446 degrees Fahrenheit. Freshware’s rust-free silicone product is also safe to use in microwave, oven, freezer, and dishwasher. Model No: CB-107RD | Pan Size: 13-inch x 9.8-inch x 0.6-inch | Cavity Size: 2.8-inch x 1.8-inch x 0.6-inch | Volume: 18 x 0.7 oz, Total 12.6 oz

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