Largest Selection of Springerle Molds
in the World -- Over 1,000!
Springerle Joy brings you over 1,000 different traditional molds for making springerle cookies, marzipan, gingerbread, Swiss tirggel, paper casting, wax and paper-clay ornaments, to name just a few. Most of our molds are antique reproductions whose origins go as far back as the 1500s. Many of the original molds are in European museums and private collections.
Springerle Joy is honored to have the exclusive distribution rights to these fabulous molds in the Americas.
molds are made where many of the molds originated--in Switzerland. And
our molds uphold the legendary reputation of impeccable Swiss quality.
Our springerle molds are made of a food-safe resin that makes our products:
Each mold is hand poured, hand painted and hand finished. This hand
work ensures that every mold is a crisp reproduction of the original
wooden mold, down to the finest detail. When you purchase a Springerle
Joy mold you have
the best quality mold in the world.
- Waterproof (you can soak your molds after using and they will not degrade)
- Scrub-able (you can use a stiff brush with soap and water to clean out the crevices and your mold stays new)
- Guaranteed unbreakable (if a mold ever breaks we will replace it for free)
Änis-Paradies: Springerle World Expert
Our molds are manufactured by Änis-Paradies of Olten Switzerland. Änis-Paradies owner Linus Feller is a world authority on the history and traditions of springerle molds and has published a beautifully illustrated book on the subject. In turn, Springerle Joy owner Patrice Romzick has written the English translation that accompanies the book.
If you are fascinated by these molds, this book is a must-read!
Springerle Mold of the Week
This owl is perfect for Halloween.
It has an "eek!" factor for the kids: that's not a branch at his feet, it's a snake. The photo above is of a cookie, complete with a little flour on the lower right corner that Patrice forgot to brush off. No chance of a retake...the cookie was eaten! $41.00.
Learn to Make Springerle Cookies
Class Open October 25th
You can do this several ways:
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- Take a small hands-on class with Patrice Romzick. See this blog for a great description by a student
- Watch our eight free how-to videos on making, baking and crafting with springerle molds
- Read our online recipes found at the top of this page
- Contact us for a copy of Recipes and Crafting with Springerle Molds
Latest Photos and Discussions
Hop on over to our Facebook page to see more beautiful photos and discussions. Ask questions. See what others are doing. Add your own comments. It's your well deserved springerle break for the day!