Step 19: Cover the ganache

Immediately pour chocolate into the remaining space inside each mould, so that the entire cavity is full.

Level off the surface with a knife if you're concerned about them looking messy.

Return the moulds to the refrigerator until the chocolate is fully set.
<p>wicked awesoe.I added you to my collection.</p><p>Rima</p>
<p>wicked awesoe.I added you to my collection.</p><p>Rima</p>
These arrived in lab on Friday, and look AWESOME! <br />We couldn't bring ourselves to eat any of them - seemed like cannibalism. ;)
Great, I was really worried that they'd have melted into a homogeneous lump of delicious brown goo by the time they arrived!<br>Don't feel guilty about eating them, as I'm fairly sure the First Law of Robotics would class unnecessary hunger as a form of harm.<br>:-D
These make me giggle, nice job
:-)<br><br>I aim to please.
This is AWESOME matey! One of my coveted high fives for you!<br><br>
Thanks, Biggsy!<br>*BAM*<br>*almost knocks over monitor again*
I am not in any way responsible for any damages that you may incur when claiming your high five. These include but are not limited to, damage to computers, wrists electrocution, surprise, and bouts of uncontrollable laughter <br><br>;)
LOL! ROFL :D<br><br>Just pulled my last batch of chocolate chip cookies out of the oven. (careful not to drool on your keyboard) This site is hazardous to computers! :D
Clay + Molding + Casting + Robots + Chocolate + Great Photos = Awesome
Thanks very much! I'm glad you like it :-)
I could never eat the robot. But I WOULD display them! Great job!
Cheers, splazem. I know what you mean - it'll be a shame to eat them, but I have the moulds so I can always make more.<br><br>Warning: may contain nuts (and bolts)

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