- Product Dimensions: 36.1 x 24.5 x 17.3 cm ; 1.03 Kg
- Item model number: 59448
- ASIN: B000VEFN8O
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 24 October 2013
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,99,742 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
Nordic Ware Platinum Collection Cast-Aluminum Nonstick Tea-Cake and Candy Mold
- Cast-aluminum tea-cake and candy mold with 30 miniature cups
- Heat-reflective exterior for uniform browning; nonstick coating
- Oven-safe; hand-wash; not for use with metal utensils, scouring pads, or abrasives
- Warranty not included
- Made in the USA
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Nordic Ware Platinum Collection Cast-Aluminum Nonstick Tea-Cake and Candy Mold, Create miniature tea cakes chocolate candies or wiggly gelatin in the familiar shapes of our popular bundt pans. Exquisitely detailed shapes include: the elegant heart, chrysanthemum, sunflower, rose, cathedral, bavaria, fleur de lis, star, tri star and original bundt. Our original Cast Aluminum Bakeware provides fine details and superior baking performance. Our original Cast Aluminum Bakeware provides fine details and superior baking performance. Distinctive premium nonstick interiors allow for quick release and easy cleanup. Heat reflective silver platinum exteriors ensure uniform browning. 2.5 cup capacity. Limited Lifetime Warranty. Made in the USA.Dimensions: Measures 9.5 inch wide by 14.125 inch long by 1.125 inch tall/deepMaterial: AluminumAdditional Features: NonstickCare Instructions. Nordic Ware Platinum Collection Cast-Aluminum Nonstick Tea-Cake and Candy Mold
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How It's Made
Our beloved Bundts are produced with lots of hand touch and care, ensuring that they will last for a lifetime. We've perfected this process over the past seven decades--there is a lot of science behind created the best Bundts on earth! At the die casting facility, molten aluminum at temperatures of over 1200 degrees F is ladled into a chamber where an arm rapidly pushes the liquid aluminum into the die (mold). This takes place in a fraction of a second, and the aluminum solidifies as it hits the cooler mold. The two halves of the mold open up, releasing a very hot but solid aluminum Bundt pan.
The pans have razor sharp 'flash', or left over aluminum, that is protruding from the perimeter of each pan. The flash is trimmed to a rough perimeter before the pans are sent to our main processing facility. There, they undergo a series of secondary finishing processes, including vibratory deburring in a chamber of ceramic pebble, shot blasting with stainless media to 'roughen' the parts, and a perimeter routing in a CNC machine to smooth the edges and trim out handles. Next, they are thoroughly washed, and then sent to coatings to be sprayed and cured with PFOA-free premium nonstick. By the time a Bundt pan has left our factory, it has been touched by nearly two dozen sets of hands, ensure that you're receiving the best Bundt pan in the world.
Nordic Ware was founded in 1946 by a determined wife, Dotty, and her resourceful husband Dave, newly back from the second world war. With only $500 in their pockets, a few good ideas and a desire to create a business of their own, a humble kitchenware company was launched from the basement of their home in Minneapolis, Minnesota. In the beginning, Nordic Ware’s product line was only a handful of items, all of which were specialty Scandinavian ethnic cookware products. But times have changed! 70 years later with a good measure of perseverance added, Nordic Ware is still proudly manufacturing the vast majority of its products in Minneapolis. We’re proud to say that we’re still family-owned and operated, with three generations involved in our business, and each year we add innovative items to our expansive kitchenware line.
70 Years of Innovation
With wife Dotty at his side, Dave Dalquist returned from WWII to start a business. From humble beginnings in a basement, Nordic Ware has become an intentionally distributed kitchenware brand with a variety of product lines, hundreds of products and millions of fans!
Still a family owned and operated in the US, the company is honored to occupy a place in the new Food History exhibit at the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C. Last fall, Nordic Ware was chosen for the prestigious 2015 Minnesota Manufacturing Award for Sustainability, which firms we work hard to minimize our environmental footprint. Our company moves into 2016 poised for the future, with last year setting an all-time record in sales volume and production efficiency.
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I make mine without sugar and using coconut oil and butter :)
4 Tb refined coconut oil
4 Tb dark chocolate cocoa
3 tsp Truvia
1 tsp vanilla extract
Melt coconut oil in microwave for 45 seconds (I prefer using refined coconut oil because it does not have the strong coconut taste that unrefined coconut oil does.)
Stir in cocoa, Truvia, and vanilla and mix until smooth. Pour chocolate mixture into mini silicone cups and spoon a small bit of peanut butter into each cup. Sprinkle with sea salt.
Freeze for 20 minutes. Enjoy!
You can use any nut butter ) almond,hazelnut are my fav) or put real cherries in it ! YUM!
We bought two of them and the patterns weren't even identical. There were smudges on some of the prints. CHECK the pictures below as proof!
Also, many of you are using cake mixes as the box instructs. these pans work best with a denser cake such as a bundt or pound cake recipe. there are many recipes/books for modifying mixes into such cakes, or you can start from scratch. see [...]
when you put the batter into the pan you also need to tap the pan on the counter or run a toothpick through the batter to remove the air bubbles that get trapped at the bottom of the mold, hence distorting the shapes.