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Use for cupcakes, party bags, cake toppers etc
I thought I'd do a how to on the chocolate moulds I use for cupcakes, birthday cakes etc

Today I'm making numbers and dinosaurs for my sons 1st and daughters 3rd birthday.

IMPORTANT: please make sure all utensils bowls spoons etc are free of any water as if water touches the chocolate, it with seize and go all dry and grainy.

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  • How to bake a decorative cake. Chocolate Decorations - Step 1
    Step 1

    Place approximately water into a large sauce pan (you can use less water but my saucepan is fairly large). Just make sure the watt isn't touching the bowl your about to out in top. Heat water over medium to high heat

  • How to bake a decorative cake. Chocolate Decorations - Step 2
    Step 2

    Place chocolate into a large bowl that will permit you to sit it onto of the saucepan without falling in. Place onto sauce pan and begin to stir with a spatula

  • How to bake a decorative cake. Chocolate Decorations - Step 3
    Step 3

    As it melts scrape down the side of the bowl with a spatula.

  • How to bake a decorative cake. Chocolate Decorations - Step 4
    Step 4

    Remove from heat once completely melted and their is no lumps

  • How to bake a decorative cake. Chocolate Decorations - Step 5
    Step 5

    Gently spoon chocolate into mould trying not to over fill, if you do, at the end scrap any excess off and smooth off the tops, gently tap in bench to remove any air bubbles

  • How to bake a decorative cake. Chocolate Decorations - Step 6
    Step 6

    Place into the fridge if you need chocolate to set in a hurry or just leave on bench to set. Place into an air tight container in the cupboard until needed

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