One silicone baking tray, 6 ways.

One silicone baking tray, 6 ways.

Steam, bake, freeze, mould, set – just like the Thermomix itself, our versatile new silicone baking trays combine the functions of many into one clever design.

Here are 6 ways to put them to use.

1 Steamed puddings

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We’re not pudding you on. Our rectangular baking tray fits perfectly in your Varoma tray, while the round design sits snug in your Varoma dish, so you can steam up to 13 puddings or muffins at a time to feed a crowd! Visit to try our recipe for Steamed Orange Puddings and Steamed Ginger Puddings.

2 Create perfect rice mounds

Rice Mounds and Vietnamese Chicken

Up your plating game the next time you have guests over with a cute and perfectly-portioned mound of rice. Visit to try the Caribbean Stew with Steamed Rice Cups and Chicken with Rice and Mint.

3 Steam (or bake) cupcakes & muffins

Lemon Cupcakes Silicone Baking Tray

Get steamy with our Lemon Cupcakes with Citrus Syrup made in your Varoma or if you’re looking for a savoury snack you can also pop these trays in the oven to bake our Ham and Cheese Quinoa Muffins, recipe from

Watch now! 6 uses for your silicone baking tray.

4 Make individual terrines (fancy!)

Prawn and Trout Terrine Silicone Baking Tray

We’ve fallen for this Prawn and Trout Terrine hook, line and sinker. It can be made in advance and kept in the fridge before serving as a delightful dinner party starter or a light lunch this festive season. To make individual terrines, reduce the overall steaming time down to 25 minutes, or until cooked through.

5 Plate perfect panna cottas

Matcha Panna Cotta Silicone Baking Tray

Panna cotta is just about the easiest dessert you can make… until it comes time to plate up! Thankfully our non-stick silicone moulds make it super easy to release the jiggly panna cotta from the mould so you’ll get a perfect result every time. You cotta try our favourite recipe – Louise Keats’ Matcha Panna Cotta.

6 Make mini ice creams like a master chef

Ice Cream

Let’s be real, we could all probably use some portion control when it comes to ice cream so why not freeze your favourite recipe into individual moulds? Search ice cream on Cookidoo to bring up over 60 recipes, including lots of dairy free options! What’s your favourite flavour?