You can buy silicone bakeware in heart, flower and other fun shapes - then pour the liquid Plaster of Paris into the molds and let it dry completely.
New as of late 2009, Wilton's line of UltraGold bakeware is designed to produce better results in cake texture and consistency than any other type of pan.
The UltraGold bakeware is available in several cake pan sizes and has a few distinctive features to enhance the experience of using it.
Material: Wilton's new bakeware may have a golden tint to it, but according to the company's website, the pans are made of premium aluminum.
Aluminum is a common choice for bakeware because it conducts heat well, resists rust and corrosion, and is durable yet lightweight.
However, every piece of Wilton's UltraGold bakeware has extended handles that are designed to keep bakers safe and help them handle pans as easily as possible.
The dimensions of each pan are also imprinted on the handles, so you can quickly find them if you have a copious selection of bakeware and are searching for a specific size.
The prices of Wilton's UltraGold pans are within several dollars of the company's other bakeware and of most aluminum or nonstick cake pans available at large grocery stores or cake decorating specialty stores.
The company doesn't sell pieces from the new line of bakeware in a set, so if you want more than one pan, you must buy them individually.
Amazon.com: The vast online marketplace sells a variety of other Wilton products as well as the UltraGold bakeware.
PreparedPantry.com: The baking website offers a variety of UltraGold bakeware at prices comparable to those at Wilton's website.
ShopBakersNook.com: The Baker's Nook website sells UltraGold pans and a comprehensive variety of other bakeware and cake decorating supplies.
Some craft stores, large grocery stores, wholesale suppliers, and cake decorating specialty stores may also stock UltraGold bakeware, but call ahead if you're looking for a specific size or shape of pan.
From bakeware to high technology kitchen gadgets, Cuisinart has a kitchen product to meet nearly every need.
Things like Pringles cans, yogurt containers, and milk cartons all make suitable molds for this method of making soap, or use old bakeware such as muffin tins.
The "Products" section of the catalog offers a dozen different categories, from bags and gift wrap to bakeware and party hats.
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