Dinosaur Fossil Ice Tray
Product DescriptionFossil-Iced Ice Tray - T-Rex. Need to dig up an amusing party accessory. Look no further than our ice-cold fossils - these two dinos will add the perfect Ice Age to your modern drinks. They’re great as Jell-O molds too. The food-grade silicone trays are uniquely adapted to survive the Ice Age in your very own freezer, over and over again. Trays are approximately 8" x 5" x 1".
- W64516R Fossil-Iced Ice Tray
- Look no further than our ice-cold fossils - these two dinos will add the perfect Ice Age to your modern drinks
- They're great as Jell-O molds too
- The food-grade silicone trays are uniquely adapted to survive the Ice Age in your very own freezer, over and over again
- Tray are approximately 8" x 5" x 1"
Top ReviewsGreat Detail, Easy Release
by High Desert Homestead (5 out of 5 stars)
May 31, 2015
I purchased this mold along with the Triceratops Silicone Ice Tray to create white chocolate dinosaur fossils for a cake for my daughter. I melted the chocolate and spooned it into the silicone mold. Tapping it on the counter helped get rid of any tiny bubbles in the chocolate and fill the crevices in the design. The chocolate easily released from the mold once it set up. You don't need to use a releasing agent (like oil) as the hard chocolate easily releases from the mold even without it. You do have to be careful when removing the pieces to avoid breaking some of the more delicate areas. The detail from the mold left in the chocolate was perfect. It made for a really fun addition to the cake.
Great to show off to friends, but you should probably get a real ice tray while you're at it
by red raptor (3 out of 5 stars)
December 5, 2012
This t-rex ice tray is tiny! It so small you can empty the entire icetray into a small glass of water and all the ice will melt in a few minutes. I have to refill it every time I get ice and it is tough to balance that thing.
The t-rex is made of loose rubber with small rubber reinforcer beams on the back to keep it flat and shapely while you carry it around. Of course only the bottom of the bones get the cool dinosaur skeleton texture to them, the top is flat and smooth. The skull and abdomen are really detailed and cool to look at when they are ice but it's not really a good ice tray.
Being a velociraptor fan I wouldn't complain if it was a raptor, but since it's just a tyrannosaur I have to be realistic about it.
by Amazon Customer (4 out of 5 stars)
January 13, 2014
First off- these are small- I am using them as molds for plaster dino bones in a sandbox for a school event. As long as you accept that the whole dino is smaller than a sheet of paper it is a fun mold! I have tried spraying with non stick coating and using without the coating and found that it doesn't need it- as long as you make the plaster thick. The tail is the worst to easily remove and will often break, the head is hard too as the eye often gets stuck.. :) Have already recommended to others- just really wish they were bigger- making ice in these would be agonizing and time consuming to constantly refill for multiple people.
by Nicholas (4 out of 5 stars)
October 20, 2018
Makes some fun ice for my niece when she comes to visit.
Detailed awesome mold!!
by P. Davis (5 out of 5 stars)
April 26, 2017
I used this with candy melts to make a white candy skeleton for my kid's cake. I got it out of the mold perfectly on my second try. It is so detailed and awesome! I love this mold.
I'm in love
by Breanna (5 out of 5 stars)
July 21, 2017
I'm in love. I used it to make ice so far but there are plans to figure out a way to make chocolate bones and embed them in a cake...like dinosaur bones on a dig. Wish me luck. I love this thing.
Mold is better than the cubes it creates.
by booknosh (4 out of 5 stars)
May 19, 2014
Mold is great, and my young dinosaur-obsessed toddler loves having it as a toy.
That said, the ice cubes it makes, though they look great as fossils, aren't as interesting/completely convincing as the mold itself. They're nice cubes, and definitely fossil-like, I just think my son prefers the mold to the ice cubs the mold creates.
Great as a Chocolate mold!
by Roll (5 out of 5 stars)
July 10, 2015
I got this and the Triceratops mold for making white chocolate for a dinosaur themed cake. The cake had chocolate pudding as filling, and on top was frosting, the "bones" and smashed homemade oreo cookies as "dirt." For the birthday party we all excavated fossil bones! It was fun for everyone! Just make sure you grease all the small crevices before pouring in your chocolate and it comes out no problem.
Also make great chocolate molds!
by Lydia (5 out of 5 stars)
February 18, 2015
They say they're ice cube molds, but I actually bought them and used them as chocolate molds. And it worked out great! White chocolate dino bones are super cool!
but once you learn the week points of the end product this is an excellent mold. I used it to make c
by Amazon Customer (4 out of 5 stars)
April 19, 2016
Takes some finesse, but once you learn the week points of the end product this is an excellent mold. I used it to make chocolate pieces. Accept that your first tail will break, it's the most fragile piece. I've had some issues at the ankle and pelvis as well, but once you learn the right push points everything comes out in one piece.
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