Turn Your Favorite Toys, Into Chocolates!

About: Make your flexible rubber molds with ComposiMold. Make more unique molds with 1 pound of ComposiMold than with 20 pounds of other mold making materials. Great for many applications including casting figurine...

Custom Chocolates!

You can buy many different shapes for chocolates, but for something truly unique, you need your own special design, maybe even many special chocolate mold designs. We used ComposiMold - FC, (which stands for Food Contact) because we liked the reusability of the product. 

Simply choose the toy, ornament, craft, or any small object and make a mold using ComposiMold.
Pour the melted ComposiMold over the selected item, and let cool. You may have to use a polymer clay or tape to prevent the object from floating in the mold material. 

After the mold has cooled, remove the toy from the mold, and you are ready to pour the chocolate!

Chocolate can usually be melted in the microwave (depending on the chocolate)... Use short time intervals, and stir the chocolate frequently to make sure it gets melted. 

Chocolate into your Molds

Once the chocolate is melted, pour it into your unique chocolate mold using a spoon, stick, or brush to fill the mold. Tap the bottom and sides to get air bubbles out of the chocolate. This will leave little holes in the chocolate if you don’t. You may like using a squeeze bottle to push the chocolate into small openings and crevices.

Cool the chocolate in the mold by placing in the refrigerator or freezer.

Peel the mold away from the chocolate as much as possible so you do not put a lot of pressure on the chocolate.

Now you can eat your toys!



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