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3-D Hollow Chocolate Candies

Idea gallery #884
3-D Hollow Chocolate Candies
Ingredients and Supplies
candy coating
candy mold
squeeze bottle
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If the front and back of the mold are on one sheet, cut them apart. Cut a hole at the base of the 3-D mold. Paint details if desired. Put the front and back of the mold together and secure with bulldog clips, binder clips or paper clips. The tighter the mold is clipped together, the cleaner the seam will be. Melt candy coating. Fill a squeeze bottle with the coating. Fill the mold about half full of coating through the cut hole and turn mold many times to thoroughly coat these sides of the mold. Let it set up in the freezer upside down so candy does not run out. When candy is set, remove the clips and take the mold apart, carefully removing candy from the mold. (If details stay in mold, candy was not cold enough.) If necessary, trim the seam with a sharp knife.

Instructions and image taken with permission from Autumn Carpenter's Book, All About Candy Making. All rights reserved.

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