I plan on making golf cake balls to top cupcakes for a friend's birthday. I want to make a realistic golf ball, without having to sacrifice taste. The best idea I've had so far on making the divets in the golf ball is to cover the cake ball in fondant, then imprinting it with a ball tool, but if I could I would prefer covering the cake ball in white chocolate. Is there a way to somehow make divets in white chocolate??
P.S. I can't find any golf ball chocolate molds and don't have time to order any either.
Maybe you could dip in the white chocolate and then use the ball tool but dip it in hot water then wipe and make the divits? The hot tool would melt the chocolate and make the dents. Maybe that could work? Please let us know how it turns out. Golf ball cake balls sound like a really neat project!!
ps... Love your rose cupcakes!!
Would white chocolate modeling chocolate work?
What if you made the divits in the cake ball BEFORE covering them in white chocolate? If you made them deep enough, maybe the chocolate would still show the divits?