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Fat Daddio's 3-Pc Magnetic Truffle Mold, 28 Cavities

Fat Daddio's 3-Pc Magnetic Truffle Mold, 28 Cavities
Item No. PCMM-36
UPC: 811657048037
Price: $42.65
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Mold in 3 magnetic polycarbonate pieces. 1 piece has solid hemispheres, 1 has matching hemispheres, each with a hole for filling the complete sphere with chocolate, and 1 is flat with matching holes, the even surface allowing you to scrape off the excess chocolate after filling. Each cavity 1.18 inch (30mm) diameter, 18 grams. Overall size of mold 7 inch x 11 inch.

Bring your favorite truffles and filled chocolates to life. This durable 3-piece magnetic polycarbonate chocolate mold allows you the flexibility to create truffles, solid chocolate rounds, or center filled treats. Great for chocolate pops too. Commercial-grade magnets hold these molds together so you can fill the centers with ganache or cream.


Cavities 28
Material Magnetic Polycarbonate
Cavity Weight 18grams
Overall Size 7" x 11"
Cavity Diameter 30mm
Shape Truffle
Dishwasher Safe No
Average Customer Rating
4 stars - (2 reviews)
3 Pc truffle mold quality When I removed the product from the packaging I noticed it was warped and doesn't seal correctly all the way around. I will be contacting the sales department to review this purchase. My initial test production using this product was not to my satisfaction.
By JC, SC on November 20, 2013
AVOID!!! I asked Bake Deco to contact the manufacturer and remove this product from their lineup. There are no instructions to be found (online anywhere or with product) and truffles cracked upon separation of the molds. Also, the deep piping holes leave a long "bump" on what should be round spheres, which would be very difficult to shave off.
By Ron Brosh, CA on July 18, 2013