About Chicken Mould
The first words that come to mind may be "cluck, cluck" when seeing a chicken mould which people use to create items after pouring ingredients into the container. Sellers offer casts shaped like rooster lollipops to make chocolate candy or frozen yoghurt, ceramic chickens large enough to bake cakes, cookie cutter art shapes for sugar cookies, and casts that make Jello pudding; also used as door stops. Buyers can hang the forms on walls for decoration while smaller copper confectionary casts and stoneware are eye-catching Christmas ornaments. Craft makers fill the containers with liquid latex to make rubber chickens or with hot wax and wicks for the perfect candles. Look for vintage pieces made out of pewter and other metals to make ice cream, soap, and Easter candy. A chicken mould has many uses, but the most flavourful is to fill it with mouthwatering treats evoking a range of nostalgic reactions.