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Can the soap mold be used for ice-cream?

Posted by minak2007 (My Page) on
Wed, Dec 31, 08 at 14:33

I am looking into starting an ice-cream business where each scoop is in different shape. At Michaels I have seen beautiful flower mold that I would like to try to freezing ice-cream. Of course, these molds would never be used for anything else. Is that possible? Any suggestions, ideas would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks so much!

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RE: Can the soap mold be used for ice-cream?

sure why not?? Are you going to freeze in the mold then pop out?? or keep in the mold?

RE: Can the soap mold be used for ice-cream?

Yes, I would freeze it in the mold and then pop out. So you don't think it would matter, right?

RE: Can the soap mold be used for ice-cream?

I think that is a good idea. You might also want to try some silicone molds. They are more flexible, so it would be easier to pop the ice cream out.

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