I do love a good bakeware catalogue and am ashamed to say I tend to take them to bed with me for an early night. Well Baking Deco sent me one of their silicone bundt moulds to have a play with, along with their catalogue and it’s hard to say which I was more impressed with. The catalogue had sooooo many items in I want, no, that I NEED. The cutter section alone is worth half an hour of your time. As for the mould, well some of you may know I am a little sceptical about silicone moulds and have been rather scathing in the past. I decided to put this one through its paces and am really pleased with the results. Here she is:

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I really did put this mould through some tough tests. I used just vegetable oil to grease rather than the recommended oil and flour. I didn’t wait until the cake was completely cold before turning out either. In fact I did it straight away. Both cakes I made turned out perfectly. Lots of detail, no sticking – a great result.

Things I liked: The ring that sits around the mould (brown in the picture) is a great idea – it holds the mould rigid both whilst pouring in the cake mixture and also whilst baking. it even made the cake easy to turn out. The actual cake results were great from this mould – lots of detail from the bundt pattern and no sticking. Washed up really quickly and well too.

Things I didn’t like: Nothing. (Though I do come up against my usual spoilt brat issue of where to store this new addition to our kitchen. I think I need a garage.)

There are three prizes up for grabs:

1st includes: silicone macaroon mat, modelling tool set, set of 4 cookie cutters (Total RRP £35.74) 

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2nd includes: silicone mould for baking, rolling pin, set of 4 cookie cutters (Total RRP £27.22) 


3rd includes: silicone mould for baking, rolling pin, set of 4 cookie cutters (Total RRP £27.22)

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  • Open to anyone over the age of 18, UK mainland. Sorry to anyone younger or further afield.
  • There are 3 prizes up for grabs as stipulated above. There’s no cash alternative to the prize and the prize is not transferable. No part or parts of the prize may be substituted for other benefits, items or additions.
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