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  • Chocolate Mould Baby Bottle

Create some adorable edible baby bottles with the Chocolate Mould Baby Bottle! This chocolate mould will make 18 cute little bottles that are perfect for decorating a cake or topping off some cupcakes. Plus you can even put two of them together to form a little 3D bottle! The mould will make approximately 140 pieces per 500g of chocolate.

These moulds can't be used for candy centres, but they are suitable for chocolate, fondant, soap making, plaster and concrete crafting, and much more! The mould is made from BPA free and FDA approved food-grade plastic, but they are not dishwasher safe.

Each baby bottle cavity measures at approximately 1.6 cm x 3.5 cm x 0.6 cm.

Chocolate Mould Baby Bottle

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