This Star Silicone Candy Mold is great for making homemade candies! Since it's oven-safe, you can fill it with hard candies and melt them in the oven to make easy homemade lollipops, or pour hot sugar syrup into it to make your own lollipop flavors. It also works well with chocolate or gelatin!
This egg-shaped silicone mold is perfect for making Easter candies! Use it to make truffles, marshmallows, buttercreams, and more. The flexible, non-stick silicone is wonderful for candy making because chocolate releases easily, and even sticky candies can be coaxed out without a problem.
This skull 3D candy mold is such a fun way to make Halloween desserts! You can use it to make traditional sugar skulls for Dia de los Muertos, or use it to mold chocolate skulls for Halloween. I like to make hollow skulls and fill them with candies, fresh fruit, cake, and other goodies, but you can also make solid chocolate skulls if you'd like.
Red Candy Melts are an easy way to make red candies at home. Red can be a very hard color to achieve with food coloring, so whenever possible I always recommend buying red candy coating or red fondant–it’s just much easier to get a true red without having to add a gallon of coloring! These wafers melt easily, have a pleasant taste, and are great for dipping and molding. Use them for making Valentine's Day Candies, Christmas Candies, or spooky Halloween candies!
Black Candy Melts are an easy way to make black candies at home. Black can be a very hard color to achieve with food coloring, so whenever possible I always recommend buying black candy coating or black fondant--it's just much easier to get a true black without having to add a gallon of coloring! These wafers melt easily, have a pleasant taste, and are great for dipping and molding.
This candy bar mold will produce thin candy bars about the size of a Hershey's chocolate bar. It's inexpensive, so it's perfect for the beginning candy-maker, but with proper care and storage can last for year. Each bar holds approximately 2-3 ounces of chocolate, so they're substantial but not too much for a single serving.
This 3D skull candy mold is what you need to make realistic candy skulls for Halloween! Use it with chocolate or candy coating make mini edible skulls. You can make solid chocolates, hollow chocolates, or fill them with caramel, ganache, or marshmallow fluff!
This golf ball candy mold is so cute! It's inexpensive, easy to use, and perfect for making candy golf balls. It's also a great size--the resulting golf ball truffle are very close in size to the real thing. You can make them hollow, make them solid chocolate, or fill chocolate shells with a delicious filling like ganache or caramel.
Textured chocolate sheets are such a fun toy to play around with! They're sturdy plastic sheets with a raised design embossed on them. When wet chocolates are placed on the sheet, the design gets imprinted onto the chocolate. It's a quick and easy way to give homemade chocolate a LOT of personality and a big dose of glamour! The wood grain will give any candy a rustic, woodsy, or masculine vibe.
Chocolate transfer sheets are an easy way to give your candies that professional shine and appearance so many home cooks are after! They're easy to use, and the results are incredible. I like using them when making chocolate-dipped cookies and square truffles, and they're also great for making chocolate panels for decorating cakes and cupcakes. I've linked just one transfer sheet design here, but there are literally hundreds (thousands! millions!) of different options out there, so happy shopping!
These large candy eyeballs are perfect for making adorable, edible faces!Try them on cupcakes or cookies to create the perfect character. Confession time: they don't taste amazing (they mostly just taste like sugar) but the perfect cartoon appearance they give your baked goods totally makes up for it.
When you need to make a spooooooky green candy, only Vibrant Green candy melts will do! I believe Wilton's releases this as a seasonal color that's only available around Halloween, so I always make sure to stock up on a few extra bags so I have a year-round supply. This sickly yellow-green color is perfect for Halloween goodies, and can be used to make witches, Frankensteins, oozing slime, etc.
Gemstones are one of my favorite candy shapes to mold, because the shiny, sparkly candy actually makes them look like jewels! You can find gem molds in all sorts of sizes; this extra-large size is good for making single gems to put on top of cupcakes, or as a border around the top of a cake.