Good Shepherd Springerle Cookie Mold
House on the Hill Traditional Cookie Mold, "Good Shepherd Cookie Mold"
The photos shown are the “positives” and "negatives" of the cookie molds. The molds have the negative image into which the dough is pressed to form the positive image.
House On The Hill's cookie molds are made of a food safe resin and wood mold. The mold are hand cast. Many of their cookie molds are copies of antique carvings that are now in museums and private collections. The original carvings have imperfections such as scratches and cracks, therefore so do the replicas!
Each mold is food safe, but also makes a beautiful kitchen decoration!
Pat the mold dry gently, then allow the cookie mold to dry completely before packing it away.
If there is some stubborn dough stuck in the mold, use a moist round wooden toothpick, clean out the softened dough and wash the mold again.
Be sure to dry your mold thoroughly before storing.