Chocolate molds

Elevate your chocolate making skills with these creative molds. Discover a variety of shapes and sizes to create delicious homemade treats that will impress everyone.
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Beautiful molded chocolates are easy to make when you know how to use a chocolate mold! Our large selection of plastic chocolate molds will give you limitless options for party favors, DIY wedding favors, Birthday treats, and more. This guide will get you on your way to creating beautiful chocolates at home.

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Karla Thomas
Mold Chocolate in Any Shape Using a Common Baking Ingredient--- cornstarch, brown sugar, or powdered sugar. Desserts, Dessert, Treats, Cupcake Cakes, Chocolate Molds, Cupcakes, Homemade, Baking Ingredients, Cake Decorating

Have you ever tried your hand at molding your own chocolate? It doesn’t have to be a special occasion and there’s no expensive molds required when you have a well stocked pantry. Want to see which three items you can use in your kitchen for perfectly molded custom sweets? 1. Cornstarch 2. Powdered Sugar 3. Brown Sugar For years I’ve used the first two items on this list almost exclusively when molding my own chocolates or candy.

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L. Elizabeth Hewitt
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Molding chocolate is as much an art as a science, so you should choose only the finest tools and ingredients. But, of course, the most important is the chocolate itself which can be as varied in type and quality as fine wine. If you’re looking for the best chocolate for molding but aren’t sure where...Read More

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Carla Lundblad
Molded chocolates, whether for serving on their own or as an edible garnish for cakes and desserts, add an elegant touch to the sweets tray. Pliable, smooth-textured silicone molds work especially well for chocolate because they are durable, reusable and they create a flawless surface. Begin with dark chocolate, milk chocolate or chocolate pastilles made … Brunch, Chocolates, Desserts, Plastic Chocolate Molds, Silicone Molds Recipes, Silicone Chocolate Molds, Candy Molds Silicone, Candy Molds Recipes, Chocolate Molds

Molded chocolates add an elegant touch to the sweets tray. Pliable, smooth-textured silicone molds work especially well for chocolate because they are durable, reusable and they create a flawless surface. Begin with dark or milk chocolate made especially for candy making to pour into the molds.

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Connie Brown
Sheri Wilson on Instagram: "I’ve seen this trend circulating and thought it was so clever!🌹Chocolate covered strawberries, but roses! Would you try these? Ingredients -Ghirardelli white chocolate wafers -colourmill red food coloring (oil based) -strawberries, washed and dried -small rose mold Melt your chocolate wafers in the microwave for 30 second bursts until fully melted. Add an oil based red or pink food coloring to your chocolate, then mix until fully incorporated. Press a skewer into each strawberry, then place on a paper towel to wick any moisture before dipping. Pour a small amount of chocolate into your mold, then place a dipped strawberry into each cavity. Place into the fridge to set for 5-10 minutes. Enjoy the same day as prepared. #valentines #treats #valentinesday

Sheri Wilson on Instagram: "I’ve seen this trend circulating and thought it was so clever!🌹Chocolate covered strawberries, but roses! Would you try these? Ingredients -Ghirardelli white chocolate wafers -colourmill red food coloring (oil based) -strawberries, washed and dried -small rose mold Melt your chocolate wafers in the microwave for 30 second bursts until fully melted. Add an oil based red or pink food coloring to your chocolate, then mix until fully incorporated. Press a skewer into…

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Brenda Lester