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 I made these Beartato chocolates because I love chocolate, I enjoy painting, and because Beartato is too cool. This inscrutable can take some time but it really all depends on the cooling time and how fast you can paint with chocolate.

I hope you find this instructable delicious :D

Step 1: For This Instructable You Will Need:

 -White chocolate 

-Milk chocolate or dark chocolate (depending on your preference)

-A new and washed brush and a regular clean bowl 

-Wax paper 

-Black and white print of the image you will try to recreate. I chose an image of Beartato from Nedroid.com

-Nuts, hazelnuts, etcetera (optional) 


The amount of chocolate depends on how many chocolates you want to make or how thick you want your finish chocolate treat to be. 



Step 2: Step 1

Make sure to wash your hands! 
Also make sure that all your materials are clean and washed and that your work area is neat. 

These are essential procedures. 

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Step 3: Step 2: the Taping

Tape all four corners of your image onto your work area. Make sure the surfaces is free of any little particles that may make the surface bumpy and difficult to work with. 

Then tape the wax paper over your image to prevent it from moving around. 

Step 4: Step 3: Melt the Chocolate

 Melt your white chocolate first. To melt it you will need to heat it up on the microwave for about 40 seconds to a minute. Try not to overheat it as it might burn. 

I decided to make the white chocolate represent the black areas of my image (the contours) because they're a lot less than the white areas, meaning that it would take less chocolate. Since white chocolate tends to be a lot sweeter than dark chocolate or milk chocolate this is an effective way of using less of it. 


Step 5: Step 4: Painting With Chocolate

 Using your clean brush paint the black areas of your image with white chocolate. 

Then wait for the white areas entirely to cool before proceeding to the next steps. 

Step 6: Repeat Step 4-5

Use dark or milk chocolate instead. 

**Since the image I was working with had some gray areas, I mixed a little bit of the dark chocolate with the milk chocolate to get a lighter brown. 

Step 7: Step 7: Add Some Nuts

 Once you have covered your entire image with chocolate and while that last layer is still cooling add some nuts or almonds. 

Then wait for it to cool. 

Step 8: Step 8: Wrap Your Chocolate

 Wrap your chocolate in aluminum foil to preserve the freshness.

Now you are finally done. 

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