In this tutorial I'll show you how to make mini honeydukes chocolate bars. You can make the mini chocolate bars as I did or buy any mini chocolate bars and put the wrappers I designed on them.
You will need:
- Glue/Hot Glue
- Foil Wrappers
- Silicone Mold
- Cutting board w/ Knife
- Lollipop Sticks
These make great gifts for parties, so let's get started!
Step 1: Print Out the Chocolate Wrappers
Download the chocolate wrappers and print them out. Any paper is good, something with gloss coating would look amazing. Then cut out the chocolate wrappers.
Step 2: Gather Ingredients for the Chocolate Bars
First you will need chocolate!
I decided to fill my chocolate with marshmallows and chocolate rice krispies.
You can fill it with anything you can think of such as granola, raisins, nuts or gummy bears.
My mini chocolate bar mold is very small so I needed to cut up my mini marshmallow into smaller pieces.
Step 3: Melt the Chocolate
You can melt your chocolate in a double boiler or a microwave.
If you use the microwave make sure you melt it at 5-10 seconds at a time and stir until the chocolate is a nice smooth texture. You can test that the chocolate is set by dipping a stick in and waiting a minute, if it's no longer wet it's set and you can put it into your mold.
Step 4: Fill the Chocolate Bar Mold
Get the mold and fill it with chocolate and then with your fillings. Then top it with more chocolate and tap it slightly on the counter, this helps get rid of the small bubbles. I put my chocolate in the fridge to help it set faster, it should set in about 30 minutes to 1 hour.
Step 5: Wrap Your Chocolate Bars
Pick your choice of foil wrapper and put the outside face down. Put the chocolate bar in the center and wrap it like a Christmas present. Then use your hot glue gun to seal the the wrapper around the chocolate bar.
Step 6: Finished Chocolate Bars
And now you have your finished honeydukes chocolate bars! You can make these as a party favors to impress all of your HP friends :D If you enjoyed this tutorial be sure to vote for this instructable!