Introduction: Chocolate Painting
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Step 1: Ingredients
- Black chocolate 100 g
- White chocolate 200 g
- Powder food colours
- Printed picture- pattern
- 2 tbsp of oil
- syring cake decorating set or plastic bags for the fridge
Step 2: Preparation
Set the pattern below some transparent bowl and put some cellophane inside the bowl.
It helps to keep chocolate in one piece.
Now is ready to draw.
Step 3: Contour Drawing
Steame melt the black chocolate with one tbsp of oil.
Pour a small amount of chocolate in syring for cake decorating or in plastic bag (and just make a hole at one end).
Draw outlines. Leave it in the fridge to cool.
Step 4: Painting With Chocolate
In the meantime melt the white chocolate with one tbsp of oil.
Color some melted chocolate with powder colour. For this is needed brown or orange, gray and red.
Pour or smudge with brush the chocolate in parts of the template, inside the contour where should it be.
And it looks like this. Put it back in the fridge.
When the "painting" is done, poure the rest of white chocolate and return to fridge until completely cooled. I left it for an hour.
Step 5: Finishing Steps
When it's cool, remove from bowl and peel the cellophane.
You have beautiful painted chocolate, ideal for a gift.
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