Introduction: Make Your Own Delicious Plate of Chocolate
In this instructable we are going to melt down some chocolate, put in a homemade mold, and then finally put on a yummy topping.
Now lets get started!
Step 1: Things You Will Need:
- Tin foil
- A bowl that can stand the heat for water-boiling.
- Different toppings. I made this with freeze-dried raspberries and chopped almonds
- Chocolate (Any type will do)
Step 2: Building the Mold
Take a piece of the tin foil. It is not so important how big the piece is. Fold it in half or just so that it has the size, of the chocolate, that you are going to mold. Now bend the all the edges. We want the edges to be around 90 degrees. Cut a bit in the corner, so that you can tape the flap to the other side. Do this with all the corners! We don't want the tin foil to stick to the chocolate, so we are going to put a piece of baking paper in the bottom of the mold. I put the mold on the baking paper and drew around it. Cut it out, and put it in the mold. If the baking paper is bending, and it won't stay in place, try sliding it up and down on the table edge, so that it will bend to the other side, and hopefully become flat.
We are now ready to mold the chocolate!
Step 3: Filling the Mold With Chocolate
Break the chocolate into small pieces. Put it in the bowl. When the water is near boiling, put the bowl with chocolate into the hot water, and stir until it is melted. Now pour the delicious melted chocolate into the mold.
Step 4: The Topping
As soon as the chocolate is in the mold, we are going to put on the topping. You can use any topping you want. Simply sprinkle the topping on the chocolate. And remember! There can't put enough topping on this! OHM NOHM NOM!
When you are finished with the topping, put the chocolate on a big plate, and then put in the fridge, for at least half an hour. (If you can wait so long!).
Step 5: EAT, EAT AND EAT!
Now this step is probably the most important of all the steps.
You will need:
- A mouth
- Taste buds
- An empty stomack
You are welcome!
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