A Great Gold-Mine of Easy, Fun, & Delicious "THINGS-TO-MAKE" EVER! Crammed into One Product!

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Introducing our Silicone Building Brick & Minifigure Molds - the perfect solution for parties, events & everyday fun in the kitchen - for kids & adults alike!

Talk about a fun time! This package from YAGi includes 5 Lego Candy Molds / Ice Cube Silicone Trays, as well as a Bonus Recipe Guide eBook for making chocolate, gummies & More!

Why choose our set?


Our Lego-themed set includes:
- (5) unique BPA Free & FDA Approved High Quality Silicone molds
- (12) different building brick shapes & sizes
- (3) different minifigure sizes, and
- BONUS Recipe Guide eBook with easy step-by-step instructions (emailed to you following your purchase)


Why choose our molds?


Our eco-friendly, LFGB & SGS certified molds are 100%:
- Non-stick & VERY easy to clean
- Odor & stain resistant
- Microwave, oven & dishwasher safe, and
- Heat resistant up to 500 degrees F


Customize & Personalize
Use our versatile molds to make chocolates, gummies, hard candies, ice, crayons, candles & soap in the shape of Lego building bricks & minifigures!

Very Happy Customers
Our list of happy customers is growing at a record pace! Receive our molds at your door in our fun, professional packaging in a VERY short time!


For More Information:
YAGIBuy With Confidence
Buy RISK-FREE - our molds come with a LIFETIME warranty & 100% MONEY BACK guarantee - no questions asked ***
BUY NOW while we are still able to offer you this exclusive set at such a LOW price - limited time pricing ***

Kent Whitaker

Kent Whitaker, also known as "The Deck Chef," is a culinary writer and cookbook author. He's also penned Young Reader and History titles. The former winner of the Emeril Live Food Network Barbecue Contest also covers football, motorsports, and bass fishing. Kent currently lives in East Tennessee with his wife, son, and a couple of dogs that love when he fires up the smoker or grill.

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