Baking mold – autumn fruits

A new form among the forms, this is a form for small desserts and candy with the theme of pumpkin, nut, turkey and maple leaf. The manufacturer recommends using a spray oil to erase the mold. You can also get to us in the shop. Material: cast aluminum with Teflon surface Color: dark bronze Dimensions: 32 x 27.7 x 3 cm Volume: 0.71 liter Mold weight: 0.998 kg Approximate size of the nut: 6 x 5 cm

Brand: Nordic Ware

Code: 87048

Availability: In stock

1,599 Kč

Made in the USA

It is always necessary to erase the oil. spray or grease and sprinkle with flour. It is ideal to keep 10 minutes. time interval between baking and tilting.

Before use for the first time and every subsequent wash, wash with warm soapy water. Do not wash in the dishwasher! Too much soaking is not recommended. Excessive degreasing of the mold is not desirable. Fill the form up to 3/4 to avoid overflow. Never use olive oil, sunflower oil or other common table oils for cleaning!
Do not use metal objects or wires.

Thanks to the excellent thermal conductivity of the massive walls, the dishes are evenly soaked and get beautiful details. The special thermal-reflection exterior and premium anti-adhesive surface ensure perfect baking results, beautiful surface and finer details than traditional molds. These unique shapes and pans are great for baking bread, muffin, cakes, cakes, but also for home chocolate, meat and other dishes. Enjoy baking with the premium Nordic Ware roast form. The dishes can easily be released from the mold.

The Nordic Ware family was founded in 1946. Founder Henry David Dalquist made his first cake baking form in 1950 and thanks to him, millions of people worldwide can bake their original cakes today. Nordic Ware baking molds use over 60 million people and are passed on from generation to generation. In honor of the inventions of this renowned brand, 15 November was designated as the International Day of Baking in America. We are very honored to offer these extraordinary products to customers in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.