Product DescriptionLEGOs are the building block of many great structures, but they can also be the building blocks for an ice cold drink with these LEGO man ice cube molds ... [Read more]
Top ReviewsGreat for melted crayon figures
by J. Hennessey (5 out of 5 stars)
March 27, 2014
I used a double boiler method to make crayon figures. I cut the top off of a few aluminum cans, added like-colored broken crayon pieces to each can, set the cans in about ½" to 1" of water, and simmered on the stovetop until the crayons were melted. I bent a pour spout in each can, then poured the molten crayons into the tray. For multi-colored figures, I angled the tray, filled half way with one color, gave it a minute to setup, then laid the tray flat and filled the rest of the way. After about 5 minutes in the freezer, the figures popped out easily.
If you use this method, be sure that the melted crayons don't run down the side of your aluminum cans. If it does, and you put the cans back into the boiler, the residue will collect on the side of your pan - and that is not easy to get off.
This tray is high-grade silicone and worked very well for my project.
Awesome for our lego party
by MayberryInTheCity (5 out of 5 stars)
June 9, 2013
I bought these and a silicone lego brick shaped mold for my sons lego themed 4th birthday birthday party. The first project was making candy molds for cupcake toppers. I used melting candy and simply poured the melted candy into the molds and put them in the freezer. They popped right out with very little breaking. There were some issues with air bubbles, but I wasn't overly concerned about it. I then used the molds to make crayons for gift bags. I broke up crayons into little pieces and put different colored pieces into the molds. I put the molds on a cookie sheet and put them into the oven on a low temperature (I think around 250). The crayons melted and created a multi-cool color swirled crayon. Once melted, I put the molds in the freezer. Make sure they're fully cooled and they popped right out. The only downside was that now I can only use the molds for crayons, no more food products. Cleaning the crayon mess off the molds is difficult, but the molds themselves are still in great shape.
Fun & Versatile Product
by Amazon Customer (5 out of 5 stars)
June 9, 2012
I bought this Lego Mini figure Ice Cube Tray for my 9 year old son. It does make cute ice cubes but it is also great for making chocolate Lego Mini Figures to decorate cakes or cupcakes. We use candy melts in different colors & flavors for a nice variety.
Also, my son likes to make mini Lego figure popsicles by pouring juice into the tray. Lots of family fun in the kitchen with this product! :-)
so very tiny
by LLH (3 out of 5 stars)
March 18, 2014
I'll be honest, I really enjoyed making things in this mold. I made ice and chocolate of all different colors, and they were easy to get out. Chocolate worked great and only took 10 minutes to cool in the fridge.
Here's the problem, it's way too tiny to be considered an "ice cube" You could use the entire tray to fill one glass.
Great not just for ice, but crayons and chocolate too
by Fern C. (5 out of 5 stars)
October 25, 2014
We used these to make chocolate minifigures as well as melted crayon minifigures for my daughters Lego themed party. They turned out adorable. They really looked like minifigures and were so cute on the cake. Easy to get out of the molds and all the kids loved them.
by Robinson Rafael Valderrama Villae (5 out of 5 stars)
May 13, 2018
Great for molding Chocolate!
by Mrs.M. (5 out of 5 stars)
March 3, 2011
I got this mold to make molded crayons for a crayon recycle project at my sons school, but the mold was so cute, I decided to use it for edible objects! I have used it for molding chocolate lego minifigures for our school store. I use every color chocolate and the results are adorable, I also got the lego bricks silicone mold and that is equally cute and easy!!! kids LOVE them.
These were a hit at my son's LEGO themed birthday ...
by RayRayJ (5 out of 5 stars)
June 22, 2015
These were a hit at my son's LEGO themed birthday party. I used them first for candy melts to add onto the birthday cupcakes & then for melting crayons to add into the party favors. They did take some time, but totally worth the customization for my little guy!
Fun and Functional
by R. Goldberg (5 out of 5 stars)
September 29, 2018
Too cute not to enjoy
Used it to make crayons
by Suzanne (5 out of 5 stars)
October 18, 2013
My daughter had a lego themed birthday party and we used this to make minifig crayons out of all of our crayon remnants. Super cute and fun. All the kids loved them. I am sure I could have used it to make ice cubes or chocolate minifigs but after making the crayons I didn't want to risk it.
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