Make individual portions
- Fill your cake of silicon with poured chocolate, some nuts and raisins. Leave it in the freezer on a plate. Store in a refrigerator in a Ziploc bag for easy access for children or for use in the fondue.
- Make different types of jellies and pop them for a decent portion. Serve with custard and fruit. If you make your own ice cream, you can freeze and undo some in these cups to serve. Mini muffin cups are great for trees with a biting bottle – they contain just over a tablespoon.
- In addition to desserts, you can make large ice cubes that are ideal for large events. You can use this in punch bowls and large drink vending machines. You can add a mint leaf or a slice of lemon in each cupcake pod to make them look beautiful.
- Freeze a fruity yogurt with your favorite fruits and berries. Pop them every morning for a quick and easy breakfast on a hot summer morning.
Serving bowl for parties
- Want to have a party? Ever thought of having a cupcake station at your party? Your silicone cupcake pans will make colorful holders to keep the cupcake toppings in it. You can fill the pods with different goodies such as crumbled Oreos, 100s and 1000s, Smarties, butter icing, melted chocolate, caramel and chocolate chips. Do the same with cake pops.
- Use them for a cocktail party to serve different types of chips and dips and veggie sticks or even fruit sticks and yogurt for a brunch party. It is a plate that is large enough to keep a little bit of every food product at your party. Place a few of them in different places around your party location. It saves space and washing up time!
- If you are the type of person who loves informal sit-down parties, place a silicone cupcake in any place with your guests of choice. These trees are a bit of warm and freshly baked quiches and pies or pâtés and cheese and crakers or chilled jelly and custard and fruit and yogurt that are pre-cooled in the freezer at night
- Sort your children & # 39; old crayons in the shade or you can mix them for a crazy effect. Separate them into the different cupcake forms, place them in the oven for a few minutes and let them melt to cool and harden. The children will have fun with their "new" colorful crayons.
- Melt old candles in liquid candle wax in a silicone cupcake container. When it is melted, add a new wick and let cool and harden. Voila! A new and improved floating candle. Mix different colors of candles for different effects.
- Use your silicone cupcake trays as a palette for your kids to make "fake" paints. Shaving cream mixed with some dye, with of course a different color in each cupcake pod. Or if you have little ones (who want to eat everything) use pure yogurt with coloring. Your artists can paint in the bath or outdoors in an inflatable pool. Easy to play with and easy to clean.
What else do you use your silicone cupcake pans for?