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    Default Small maple leaves hard candy mold

    Can someone tell me where you can buy the molds for hard candy for the small size that you can just pop in your mouth? The maple leaf pattern. I can find circles and other shapes, but many many searches later, no small maple leafs.

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    Most of the big guys sell them. We still have the larger 1/3 oz leaves. There are some smaller ones out there too. Vorrees (SP?) I think are the folks that make the molds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sugarmaker View Post
    Most of the big guys sell them. We still have the larger 1/3 oz leaves. There are some smaller ones out there too. Vorrees (SP?) I think are the folks that make the molds.
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    Thanks for the reply Chris. The only ones I can find are the grey rubber ones and from what I've read, I didn't think they would work for hard candy, but I see the Voorhees website claim they can handle the high temps.

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    Opps, My fault. I have never used them for hard candy like suckers. I actually dont know if they would work or not? Most of the lollipop molds are a white firm plastic.
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    I have a few of the white firm plastic molds, but they're just too big. I can find lots of places that sell the little candies, but can't find the molds.

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    I would think that the silicone molds would work. I've seen a few in the cake molds on Amazon for candy, gummies and cakes. The silicone, not the gray rubber ones are oven safe for baking and should hold up to candy temps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chickenman View Post
    I would think that the silicone molds would work. I've seen a few in the cake molds on Amazon for candy, gummies and cakes. The silicone, not the gray rubber ones are oven safe for baking and should hold up to candy temps.
    If you had a link, that would be great. The closest thing I can find is a pot leaf mold.

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    Bascom maple has 1/3 oz silicone molds thar we use. We do not fill molds full

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jfsugarbush View Post
    Bascom maple has 1/3 oz silicone molds thar we use. We do not fill molds full
    I can't find the silicone ones on their website, I only see the grey rubber ones. Do you have a link?
    Thanks.

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