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Modelling Chocolate Roses

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Flowers and chocolate are a perfect combination, right? So how much better would it be if those flowers were made of chocolate?

Chocolate roses are a great way to add some sophisticated flair to cakes and cupcakes. They are made using modelling chocolate, a simple combination of chocolate and glucose which creates a flexible, moldable material. Ideal for roses and other simple flowers, it can also be cut or shaped into other decorations to liven up your baking.



 
 
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Step 1: Preparation

Picture of Preparation
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Ingredients:

Modelling chocolate only requires two ingredients: 4 oz chocolate (I used dark chocolate, purely a matter of personal preference) & 2 tablespoons of liquid glucose.


Equipment:

To make the modelling chocolate you need:
  • a bowl & microwave to melt the chocolate in
  • a spoon for stirring
  • scales/measuring cups
  • a fridge
  • clingfilm

For the chocolate roses:
  • a small chopping board
  • a small rolling pin
  • rose petal cutters, or a print off of the template, a knife & some patience
  • cornflour to stop things sticking
  • (and optional edible glitter if you share my magpie tendencies)

Step 2: Making the modelling chocolate

Picture of Making the modelling chocolate
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Modelling chocolate is easy to make, using only two ingredients: 4 oz of chocolate and 2 tbsp liquid glucose.

First, melt the chocolate. It's easy to do this in the microwave, using short 30 second bursts & stirring in between to ensure it doesn't burn.

When melted, pour in the two tablespoons of liquid glucose, and stir through the mixture until just combined. It will still be very liquid

Cover the bowl in clingfilm and put it in the fridge.

Check every half hour or so, until the mix has begun to firm up. At this stage you can scrape the chocolate out of the bowl before it sets too hard & bends your spoon (this possibly only happens to wannabe students with a motley collection of IKEA cutlery). Scrape the chocolate onto some clingfilm or into a freezer bag, wrap it up, and return it to the fridge until firm. This should take an hour or so.

Modelling Chocolate Roses

FeaturedContest Winner
Picture of Modelling Chocolate Roses
Flowers and chocolate are a perfect combination, right? So how much better would it be if those flowers were made of chocolate?

Chocolate roses are a great way to add some sophisticated flair to cakes and cupcakes. They are made using modelling chocolate, a simple combination of chocolate and glucose which creates a flexible, moldable material. Ideal for roses and other simple flowers, it can also be cut or shaped into other decorations to liven up your baking.



 
 
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Step 1: Preparation

Picture of Preparation
IMG_2538.JPG
petal template.jpg
Ingredients:

Modelling chocolate only requires two ingredients: 4 oz chocolate (I used dark chocolate, purely a matter of personal preference) & 2 tablespoons of liquid glucose.


Equipment:

To make the modelling chocolate you need:
  • a bowl & microwave to melt the chocolate in
  • a spoon for stirring
  • scales/measuring cups
  • a fridge
  • clingfilm

For the chocolate roses:
  • a small chopping board
  • a small rolling pin
  • rose petal cutters, or a print off of the template, a knife & some patience
  • cornflour to stop things sticking
  • (and optional edible glitter if you share my magpie tendencies)

Step 2: Making the modelling chocolate

Picture of Making the modelling chocolate
IMG_2515.JPG
IMG_2517.JPG
IMG_2519.JPG
IMG_2531.JPG
Modelling chocolate is easy to make, using only two ingredients: 4 oz of chocolate and 2 tbsp liquid glucose.

First, melt the chocolate. It's easy to do this in the microwave, using short 30 second bursts & stirring in between to ensure it doesn't burn.

When melted, pour in the two tablespoons of liquid glucose, and stir through the mixture until just combined. It will still be very liquid

Cover the bowl in clingfilm and put it in the fridge.

Check every half hour or so, until the mix has begun to firm up. At this stage you can scrape the chocolate out of the bowl before it sets too hard & bends your spoon (this possibly only happens to wannabe students with a motley collection of IKEA cutlery). Scrape the chocolate onto some clingfilm or into a freezer bag, wrap it up, and return it to the fridge until firm. This should take an hour or so.

Modelling Chocolate Roses

FeaturedContest Winner
Picture of Modelling Chocolate Roses
Flowers and chocolate are a perfect combination, right? So how much better would it be if those flowers were made of chocolate?

Chocolate roses are a great way to add some sophisticated flair to cakes and cupcakes. They are made using modelling chocolate, a simple combination of chocolate and glucose which creates a flexible, moldable material. Ideal for roses and other simple flowers, it can also be cut or shaped into other decorations to liven up your baking.



 
 
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Step 1: Preparation

Picture of Preparation
IMG_2538.JPG
petal template.jpg
Ingredients:

Modelling chocolate only requires two ingredients: 4 oz chocolate (I used dark chocolate, purely a matter of personal preference) & 2 tablespoons of liquid glucose.


Equipment:

To make the modelling chocolate you need:
  • a bowl & microwave to melt the chocolate in
  • a spoon for stirring
  • scales/measuring cups
  • a fridge
  • clingfilm

For the chocolate roses:
  • a small chopping board
  • a small rolling pin
  • rose petal cutters, or a print off of the template, a knife & some patience
  • cornflour to stop things sticking
  • (and optional edible glitter if you share my magpie tendencies)

Step 2: Making the modelling chocolate

Picture of Making the modelling chocolate
IMG_2515.JPG
IMG_2517.JPG
IMG_2519.JPG
IMG_2531.JPG
Modelling chocolate is easy to make, using only two ingredients: 4 oz of chocolate and 2 tbsp liquid glucose.

First, melt the chocolate. It's easy to do this in the microwave, using short 30 second bursts & stirring in between to ensure it doesn't burn.

When melted, pour in the two tablespoons of liquid glucose, and stir through the mixture until just combined. It will still be very liquid

Cover the bowl in clingfilm and put it in the fridge.

Check every half hour or so, until the mix has begun to firm up. At this stage you can scrape the chocolate out of the bowl before it sets too hard & bends your spoon (this possibly only happens to wannabe students with a motley collection of IKEA cutlery). Scrape the chocolate onto some clingfilm or into a freezer bag, wrap it up, and return it to the fridge until firm. This should take an hour or so.

Modelling Chocolate Roses

FeaturedContest Winner
Picture of Modelling Chocolate Roses
Flowers and chocolate are a perfect combination, right? So how much better would it be if those flowers were made of chocolate?

Chocolate roses are a great way to add some sophisticated flair to cakes and cupcakes. They are made using modelling chocolate, a simple combination of chocolate and glucose which creates a flexible, moldable material. Ideal for roses and other simple flowers, it can also be cut or shaped into other decorations to liven up your baking.



 
 
Remove these adsRemove these ads by Signing Up

Step 1: Preparation

Picture of Preparation
IMG_2538.JPG
petal template.jpg
Ingredients:

Modelling chocolate only requires two ingredients: 4 oz chocolate (I used dark chocolate, purely a matter of personal preference) & 2 tablespoons of liquid glucose.


Equipment:

To make the modelling chocolate you need:
  • a bowl & microwave to melt the chocolate in
  • a spoon for stirring
  • scales/measuring cups
  • a fridge
  • clingfilm

For the chocolate roses:
  • a small chopping board
  • a small rolling pin
  • rose petal cutters, or a print off of the template, a knife & some patience
  • cornflour to stop things sticking
  • (and optional edible glitter if you share my magpie tendencies)

Step 2: Making the modelling chocolate

Picture of Making the modelling chocolate
IMG_2515.JPG
IMG_2517.JPG
IMG_2519.JPG
IMG_2531.JPG
Modelling chocolate is easy to make, using only two ingredients: 4 oz of chocolate and 2 tbsp liquid glucose.

First, melt the chocolate. It's easy to do this in the microwave, using short 30 second bursts & stirring in between to ensure it doesn't burn.

When melted, pour in the two tablespoons of liquid glucose, and stir through the mixture until just combined. It will still be very liquid

Cover the bowl in clingfilm and put it in the fridge.

Check every half hour or so, until the mix has begun to firm up. At this stage you can scrape the chocolate out of the bowl before it sets too hard & bends your spoon (this possibly only happens to wannabe students with a motley collection of IKEA cutlery). Scrape the chocolate onto some clingfilm or into a freezer bag, wrap it up, and return it to the fridge until firm. This should take an hour or so.
Modelling Chocolate Roses
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