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Skull chocolates

To match my 'Think Pink' Halloween candy table I made a bunch of skull chocolates using a skull chocolate mould. To get the different colours, I used white chocolate, white chocolate with natural pink food colouring, and dark chocolate.

To get the shiny, flawless appearance of chocolate you must temper it, otherwise you can be left with dull chocolate that has white streaks running through it. It also makes for better melt-in-the-mouth chocolate.

Gluten Free

30 Chocolates

Method

Skull chocolates

  1. Make sure mold is clean, 100% dry, and are not dusty or scratched. Make sure the molds are at room temperature Lay mold on flat surface, such as a counter top or table.

  2. Melt or temper 450g of white chocolate, stir in pink food colouring till you have an even colour.

  3. Carefully pour chocolate into each mold cavity until chocolate is level with the top of each opening. Lightly tap moulds on a hard surface until you remove all of the air bubbles

  4. Place your mold into the freezer and leave it to set

  5. When the chocolates have set, turn the mold upside down and tap it until the chocolate comes out of the mold.

  6. Repeat with dark chocolate and remaining white chocolate.

Ingredients

Skull chocolates

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