4 1/2" Cream Horn Mold / Lady Lock Form - 6 / Pack
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Easily make spiraled cream horns or flaky, sugar-coated lady locks with this 4 1/2" cream horn mold! Wind overlapping pastry dough strips around this conical mold and bake it in the oven to achieve that perfect cone shape. After removing from the form, fill your puff pastry with fruit and whipped cream or custard for a delectable treat! This is also perfect for ham or salmon rolls.
These cream horn molds are crafted from tinplate metal and can withstand temperatures up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Sold 6 per pack.
Length: 4 1/2"
Maximum Diameter: 1 1/2"
Minimum Diameter: 1/16"
Hand wash only, dry immediately.
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Overall User Rating: 4 1/2" Cream Horn Mold / Lady Lock Form - 6 / Pack ( 4.4 stars from 11 reviews )
We make little cream filled horns and use this with pot sticker wrappers. Makes us look so creative and talented. If people only knew what cheaters we are!
Deborah B. from Miss Deb's Posted on 09/29/2014
Well made, have lasted several bakings and I expect them to last for ever! Once baked these forms create a nice cavity to fill with lots of filing. Sooooo much better than expected.
Joyce E. Posted on 03/25/2014
When I saw these cream horn molds at such a great price, I bought them way in advance of my using them. They are of a very fine quality. I can't wait to make my lady locks for Christmas.
Patricia S. Posted on 12/10/2013
The 4 1/2 Cream Horn Molds are well made and sturdy. The seams shouldn't be a problem. They have a hole in the bottom end to aid in cleaning. One word of caution... the top edges are wicked sharp. I sliced open a finger when my hand slipped while trying to dry out the inside of one of the molds.
Judith C. Posted on 11/22/2013
We're actually using this to make Thomas Keller's "signature appetiser "cornets" and it works very well. We had doubts at first because it is a little smaller than a proper cornet mold but after trying, we're very satisfied!
Jason d. from Global Spice Bistro Posted on 11/22/2013
These are OK, but I can't imagine how to use them. They won't stand upright on their own, so you'd have to lay them down, after you wrap them. That doesn't seem likely to work well. I ran them through the dishwasher, and while the outsides looked fine, there was a lot of rust in the overlapped edges and insides. Hard to get that out. Kinda useless to me, if they won't stand up.
Karen M. Posted on 05/25/2013
Thanks for your review! This is not designed to stand up during baking. Once the pastry strips have been wrapped around the mold, they should be baked on their side. One side of the horn is typically flat after baking, which prevents them from rolling around.
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perfect for making little cones that we use as garniture. solid little cream horns that were surprisingly hard to find outside of this web site!
Matthew M. Posted on 03/27/2013
Purchased 2 sets to able to make lots of cream horns at one time. Easy to use durable and easy to clean. They will last for years to come.
Lina B. from Doughlicious Cakes Posted on 02/22/2013
This 5" cream horn mold set is great for shaping my pizzelle cookies, which are 5" in diameter. Having the set allows for shaping and fully cooling/setting a batch without worrying about the next batch hot off the press.
S. C. Posted on 01/18/2013
This cream horn mold set is really great especially because they are longer. They make for really long cream horns which can hold more cream.
Dorothy T. Posted on 11/03/2012
These 5 inch cream horn molds are perfect for making filled pastries!! Excellent tool for making ice cream cone crackers too! Nice tool for making a garnish!
Eric K. Posted on 06/06/2012
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