Make your speculaas the traditional way with one of these moulds. Impress your Dutch friends with homemade windmill shaped speculaas!
Instructions are included.
Dutch biscuit mould trivia
The oldest known koek plank (biscuit mould) in the Netherlands dates from the 17th century.
The most used wood varieties are walnut, ash or teak. They are preferred because they are easy to work with, their density and firmness.
The medium speculaas plank is a 'Poldermolen'. The poldermolen is similar to a gemaal. This mill pumps the water from a lower to a higher point.
The large speculaas plank is a 'Wipmolen'. A wipmolen is similar to a hollow post mill and is used for drainage.
- 1 speculaas plank (small 6.1 x 4 cm, 2.4 x 1.6 inches, medium 15.2 x 8.7 cm, 6 x 3.4 inches or large 24 x 10.7 cm, 9.5 x 4.2 inches)
- Instructions included
- The mould has been treated with food grade oil.
We also stock our own blend of speculaas spices!