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post #1 of 65
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does anyone know of an online seller of good and inexpensive Oreo cookie molds? I have bought them on eBay before, but the selection is slim right now. Specifically, I'm looking for someone who sells the hearts (not hard to find) AND one with spring flowers on it, etc...

I know about SpinningLeaf, which has an awesome selection, but I don't really want to spend $6 a mold! icon_cry.gif
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post #2 of 65
Wilton has them online for $1.99. I bought mine at Joannes for the same price. They have both the hearts and the spring flowers.

http://www.wilton.com/store/site/department.cfm?id=B8B78AC5-1E0B-C910-EAA990913DB828D2&fid=B8B78AE4-1E0B-C910-EA81171736A69F0C
post #3 of 65
I highly recommend spinning leaf! Yes, the molds are $6 but they are high quality and if you sell the oreos you will recoup your investment in no time.

Join up on the spinning leaf site for their newsletter and you will get a percentage off each mold. They also send you a free mold with every order (Their choice).

I have read on the thread about oreos (I'll try and put a link below) that the Wilton mold are terrible and barely cover a regular size oreo. The spinning leaf molds are deep and most of us who use them use double stuff oreos. They come out beautiful everytime!

http://www.cakecentral.com/cake-decorating-ftopict-603139.html


Good luck! Hope this helps!
post #4 of 65
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thanks, guys...the spinning leaf molds do look awesome...I may have to suck it up and order some! icon_smile.gif
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post #5 of 65
I also recommend the Spinningleaf molds, they are very sturdy and the molds are deep enough to use the double stuff oreos...which are my favorites.
post #6 of 65
I like my Spinningleaf molds but my kids said the cookies were too sweet. I did use regular oreos and not the double stuffed so there was a lot of chocolate covering them. Maybe I'll try the double stuffed or I could always use less chocolate? What would I do for that? Push them and hold them down in the mold?
post #7 of 65
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Originally Posted by Peeverly

I like my Spinningleaf molds but my kids said the cookies were too sweet. I did use regular oreos and not the double stuffed so there was a lot of chocolate covering them. Maybe I'll try the double stuffed or I could always use less chocolate? What would I do for that? Push them and hold them down in the mold?



After I've put some chocolate in the mold and added the Oreo, it's pretty simple to push it down. Rattle to bring up the air bubbles, then maybe add just a tiny bit more chocolate to completely cover the cookie. The Oreo should stay down...give it a second push if it doesn't. Using the DoubleStuffs is the easiest way for me to get less chocolate. And I really like the CoolMint flavor! It tastes like a girl scout thin mint cookie on steroids.
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post #8 of 65
I'll try the double stuffed so I won't get so much chocolate covering the cookies. Thanks Gemini!
post #9 of 65
I can't wait to get my Spinningleaf molds!!

I had them sent to my Auntie in Canada and she's going to post them to me.

I must remind her to get around to doing it! LOL!! icon_biggrin.gif

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post #10 of 65
Thanks for the info. I have been wanting to get some of these.
post #11 of 65
And I really like the CoolMint flavor! It tastes like a girl scout thin mint cookie on steroids.[/quote]

LMFAO and eating Chocolate covered double stuffed oreos. icon_biggrin.gif
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post #12 of 65
ok after reading this I just ordered some...lol

Can't wait to get them!!!
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post #13 of 65
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Originally Posted by prcutie71

ok after reading this I just ordered some...lol

Can't wait to get them!!!



You won't regret it! For anyone else ordering...at one time you could politely request a particular mold as your freebie. I did this. Something like: "I heard that you send a free mold with each purchase. If you are still doing this, would it be possible to request the plain top mold?" Or whatever mold you desire. Spinningleaf has a fantastic customer service!
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post #14 of 65
I love Spinning Leaf. They gave me the heart mold as my freebie. I've done the peanut butter, mint, banana split, and strawberry double stuf oreos, and they are all deeeeeelish!

I use a cookie scoop to put chocolate in the mold, push an oreo into it and the chocolate rises up along the sides, then a teensy scoop to cover the top. So yummy!
post #15 of 65
I have about 6 of the spinning leaf oreo molds and as far as quality, they are fantastic! Much better than any mold I've ever bought. But yes, they are pricier.

I found that the choc. oreo's were too sweet as well, and I don't like the double stuff ones, so after making a ton of them, I switched to the regular ones and just didn't use all the choc. to fill to the top! Problem solved.
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