Cookie Molds of quality and durability produced by
The Springerle Baker.
“We’re not looking to be the prettiest cookie molds,
just the most durable and user friendly!”
Replicas of the Palais Adelmann mold are now available.
Imagine serving the same Springerle designs that guest and friends were treated to at the Palais Adelmann in Germany during Christmases of the 1800′s.
The Palais Adelmann replica mold measures about 11 3/8” x 6 1/2” and will produce 12 individual cookies or confections that will measure about 2 1/2” x 1 3/4”each. Each individual framed scene was masterfully carved and will deliver a stunningly beautiful work of edible art for you just as it had for the bakers at the Palais Adelmann in the 1800’s. Just the borders alone that frame each image is a work of art. The cookies produced from this mold are all very detailed with great depth and dimension. The original mold was used at the “Palais Adelmann” in Ellwangen Germany. There it was used always during the Christmas season for baking Springerle. This mold is #1700 and sells for $198.00. The original board can be viewed here:
These replicas will be numbered and you will receive the history of the original mold as well as the recipe used with it. *Please note that this mold can take up to 14 days to ship.
Please send your order request to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We also have available a small version of the Palais Adelmann mold that is the perfect size for confections and small Springerle.
Producing this mold was a great achievement. Never have these images been available in such a small size. Producing this final mold took us months and a great deal of time and resources. The end result is a mold that carries the same fine details as the original and its own special history.
You will not be disappointed with this mold.
This mold measures about 6 3/5” x 4 7/8” and produces 12 individual cookies or confections that will measure about 1 1/2” x 1”each. Each individually framed scene is beautiful with great detail and dimensions that will deliver stunningly beautiful works of edible art. Imagine passing out these Springerle and being able to relate a known history about the original to guests and friends. This mold is a small version of the original mold that was used at the “Palais Adelmann” in Ellwangen Germany. This mold is #426 and sells for $94.95.
Ken, you are so right – your molds are hands down easier to use than other resin molds – alas, they aren’t as ‘pretty’ but the pretty is in the cookie. I’ve learned so much from your site. This year’s cookies are so much better than last years. Best, Joey
Why I began producing molds
Just as it was necessary for me to teach myself about baking Springerle, I found myself learning how to produce copies of antique Springerle, Gingerbread and Spekulatius cookie molds. I looked for a company that could produce copies for me but I was not able to find one that could do what I required. I insisted on food safe resins and other components. The search for qualified folks that could tackle this project for me began. After months of research and correspondences I believe this new partnership will be able to deliver what I was looking for.
As a baker, I designed these molds with the baker in mind to be durable and user friendly so they may not appeal to the collector. Although I do suspect the new and different designs will appeal to all that bake Springerle or other molded cookies and want something unique. These molds will not have a stain on them so there will never be anything to flake or wear off onto your dough.
*PLEASE note that the color of the molds you order may differ slightly from those pictured.
NOTICE: Just something we have to say.
Exclusive mold designs sold by The Springerle Baker are copyrighted with all rights reserved; this includes reproductions of antique molds upon which we make certain modifications, alterations or changes. The changes are copyrighted and reproduction of same would constitute copyright infringement. We do not sell molds, nor casts for others to replicate and will enforce our proprietary rights. We reserve the right to decline sales to anyone. It was very expensive for us to obtain the rights to produce copies of the original molds. Selling these reproductions helps us support ourselves and make our living. We ask that you please respect our rights.
*Please note that if the mold you are wanting is out of stock, we will do our best to make one for you as soon as possible.
If we can not make it when requested, we will give you a date that it should be done. We appreciate your understanding.
*Notice* Copies of “Common” Mold Designs.
At times we are asked to make copies of molds that look to be “*open” to copy. We will research as best we can the copyright(s) owner(s) of any molds that we will be offering that we do not own the copyrights to. In the event we are copying a mold that should not be copied due to an owner with a copyright, PLEASE notify us about the mold in question and we will pull it immediately from the selling list as soon as copyright ownership is confirmed. By “open”, it is meant that several companies are making and selling the exact same design. A copyright seems not to exist.