I came across quite a few web forum asking where to buy the Canneles baking molds. The molds are sold at limited number of places in US, I think. However, depending on how you spell the word "Canneles", the result group in web search engine differs. By the way, there are Copper tin-lined mold, aluminum, non-stick aluminum, Copper and inox steel lined, gastroflex mold, and elastomold. When you do an entry phrase in any of the web SEARCH ENGINE, you need to type: Canneles de Bordeaux molds or Caneles molds or Canneles copper tin mold. The mold is sold individually and priced anywhere from $6 to $25, depending on who you are buying from.
Some of the sites are: **Some sites may have changed. Some might have discontinued.
Tip: Go to their Main Home Page and Do Search.
Interested in testing with Aluminum Cannele Molds? Great affordable price at $4.99 ea. How good is the mold? I am not sure, yet. I am waiting for my shipment (Purchased 12/29/2009 just now) from http://www.fantes.com/stacks.html
MYCHEFSFAVORITES thus far has the affordable copper tin-lined Canneles molds.
Other favorite sites are:
The reason being that they do have promotional sales.
I am waiting for next group of Canneles molds to arrive to test my batch 9 and 10. Someone asked me whether I can use Low Fat Milk, etc. Only a test will tell. However, I think in French cooking, the real butter and "whole" of something is the key to their wonderful rich taste.
So far, I have seen Canneles mold (moule in French) being sold individually. I was very lucky to have acquired a set of 15 from France over e-Bay. It was a lucky buy.
I am interested in buying Copper Cannele Molds lined with inox steel, but I have not found anyone selling it.
Did you have a chance to test the aluminum moldsReplyDelete
from Fantes.com yet? Are they good?
Dee (CA, Irvine)