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New idea for silicone floral pan

Mar 4, 2009
It was my daughter's b-day and she wanted a garden cake. Trying to rack my brain thinking of what to do for flowers. I made a box cake and crushed the outside of an oreo cookie for mulch and sprinkled it over the frosting.
Then I used different colored starbursts (used 5 starbursts of the same color)and put them in the greased silicone floral pan and melted them in the oven.
The 5 starbursts was a perfect thickness. Just enough to cover the bottom and get a good imprint.
I only used the 4 flowers/roses. After they melted and cooled off, I just popped them out and stuck a toothpick in them. Added some gummy worms.
I had a white picket fence picture frame that I stood up in the back and put some pictures of her in.
It came out really cute. I love my floral pan!:balloon:
The only thing I would have done differently was use longer wood b-bq sticks and cut them for diffent heights. Just an idea that you could use/share.


Legend Member
Gold Member
Jan 21, 2005
Yes! Pictures. What temp and how long to melt the starburst candy?


Advanced Member
Silver Member
Aug 10, 2008
LOVE my silicone floral cupcake pan too. will try this -sounds like fun. I requested that p chef come out with a 24 cup mini floral cupcake pan. think that would sell great!


Legend Member
Gold Member
Mar 26, 2008
Sounds really cute! But I have to agree ...


Said with lots of
of course!!!

Mar 4, 2009
I will try to get pictures posted. My good laptop is down. I baked them at 350F and kept checking them to see when they were completely melted. I could have used chocolate too, but the starburst really gave it a brilliant color.
Love the idea of a mini floral pan probably would have looked better if they were a little smaller.