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Kotobuki Plastic Egg Mold, Rabbit and Bear Kotobuki Plastic Egg Mold, Rabbit and Bear Kotobuki Plastic Egg Mold, Rabbit and Bear

Kotobuki Plastic Egg Mold, Rabbit and Bear

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Tori Says...

I love using these to make cute designs for my Kosher Bento Boxes!

Product Description

Shape hard boiled eggs into rabbit or bear faces with this easy to use egg mold. Place a just cooked shelled hard boiled egg into the mold bottom, slowly close the top and secure. Put egg and mold into cold water. After 10 minutes, remove and slowly open the mold, revealing an egg with a rabbit or bear face.

Product Features

  • Set of 2 molds shape hard-boiled eggs into rabbit or bear faces
  • Easy-to-use mold works like magic on a just-cooked egg; put shelled egg in bottom, close, and put into cold water for 10 minutes
  • Measures 3 by 3 inches, just right for little hands; safe to use with temperatures between -4 and 248 degrees F
  • Make great stocking stuffers, birthday gifts for budding chefs, and presents to brighten any ordinary day
  • Needs hand washing for care

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 3 x 1.6 inches ; 2.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002TZ04J6
  • Item model number: AMA9-015

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Egg-celent Products, December 27, 2009

By Techno-Pop 'Vance' 5.0 out of 5 stars5.0 out of 5 stars5.0 out of 5 stars5.0 out of 5 stars5.0 out of 5 stars

These molds are made of quality plastic. They are cute. There are different designs but this pair is the easiest to work on. They are more rounded in shape as compared to the car and fish designs with sharper corners. We recently watched YT videos about bento boxes and it include creating eggs into fun shapes. We couldn't wait to try it. The molds are made in Japan and the instruction is also in Japanese so expect to get the how-to somewhere else.Make sure not to damage the egg while removing the shell. You have to put it in the mold while still hot. It is impossible to peel it while hot so the trick is too peel it under running faucet. I place the egg in upright position and close it gently. It is OK to have some part of the egg to squeeze out, bigger egg is actually better than a small one to make sure you fill every nook of the mold. Snap the latch and place the egg in the refrigerator for about ten minutes. You can also color the egg if you immerse it into water with...

Cute and fun, March 7, 2010

By Nuknuk 5.0 out of 5 stars5.0 out of 5 stars5.0 out of 5 stars5.0 out of 5 stars5.0 out of 5 stars

I got a set of these from a friend in Japan.Medium to large eggs work best for me with these molds.Boil the eggs as normal and peel them under cool running water to keep from burning your fingers while peeling them. Put the hot, peeled eggs in the molds and snap them shut, then plunge them into a bowl of icy cold water for 5-10 minutes. Then you have adorable shaped eggs. If you add a bit of food coloring to the water you plunge the molds into, you'll tint the eggs slightly and you can emphasize features either with a food coloring marker or with bits of nori or vegetables.Just adorable, and the perfect thing to pack into children's lunches or even better, into your very macho husband's lunch box as a cute surprise.So much fun. I know I want more egg molds now.

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