Shelley51708 Posted 13 Jun 2011 , 12:34am
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I need to make some white choc seashells, etc, for a beach themed cake in Sept.

1. Do I just melt the choc and pour it into the candy mold? (I have the clear plastic mold with several molds on one plastic piece)

2. Can I somehow add coconut or coconut flavoring to the white choc?

3. Once poured into the mold, do I just place it in the fridge, and for how long? Will they just "pop" out?

TIA!!!

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mplaidgirl2 Posted 13 Jun 2011 , 12:53am
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If you using candy melts its really just as simple as melt, pour.
I throw mine in the freezer for easy release.

If your melting regualr chocolate some people prefer a candy thermometer.
I just melt 2/3s over a double boiler. TAke it off the heat and stir in the last 1/3 then pour and same thing... put it in the freezer to release

Shelley51708 Posted 13 Jun 2011 , 12:56am
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Thanks for the reply, yes, I'll be using the choc melts. What about adding any kind of coconut flavoring to it?

Texas_Rose Posted 13 Jun 2011 , 1:01am
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You can only add an oil-based flavoring to chocolate. An extract will make it seize up.

cownsj Posted 13 Jun 2011 , 1:47am
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You can put just a tiny amount of just the candy melts into the mold, then you can finish it with the candy melts and coconut mixed together to make it almost like a coconut cluster. I haven't tried it in the mold, but I do think it would work for you.

cownsj Posted 13 Jun 2011 , 1:49am
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You can put just a tiny amount of just the candy melts into the mold, then you can finish it with the candy melts and coconut mixed together to make it almost like a coconut cluster. I haven't tried it in the mold, but I do think it would work for you.

cownsj Posted 13 Jun 2011 , 1:49am
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You can put just a tiny amount of just the candy melts into the mold, then you can finish it with the candy melts and coconut mixed together to make it almost like a coconut cluster. I haven't tried it in the mold, but I do think it would work for you.

cownsj Posted 13 Jun 2011 , 1:50am
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You can put just a tiny amount of just the candy melts into the mold, then you can finish it with the candy melts and coconut mixed together to make it almost like a coconut cluster. I haven't tried it in the mold, but I do think it would work for you.

cownsj Posted 13 Jun 2011 , 1:51am
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You can put just a tiny amount of just the candy melts into the mold, then you can finish it with the candy melts and coconut mixed together to make it almost like a coconut cluster. I haven't tried it in the mold, but I do think it would work for you.

cownsj Posted 13 Jun 2011 , 1:51am

You can put just a tiny amount of just the candy melts into the mold, then you can finish it with the candy melts and coconut mixed together to make it almost like a coconut cluster. I haven't tried it in the mold, but I do think it would work for you.

cownsj Posted 13 Jun 2011 , 1:51am

You can put just a tiny amount of just the candy melts into the mold, then you can finish it with the candy melts and coconut mixed together to make it almost like a coconut cluster. I haven't tried it in the mold, but I do think it would work for you.

cownsj Posted 13 Jun 2011 , 1:52am

You can put just a tiny amount of just the candy melts into the mold, then you can finish it with the candy melts and coconut mixed together to make it almost like a coconut cluster. I haven't tried it in the mold, but I do think it would work for you.

cownsj Posted 13 Jun 2011 , 1:52am

You can put just a tiny amount of just the candy melts into the mold, then you can finish it with the candy melts and coconut mixed together to make it almost like a coconut cluster. I haven't tried it in the mold, but I do think it would work for you.

cownsj Posted 13 Jun 2011 , 1:53am

You can put just a tiny amount of just the candy melts into the mold, then you can finish it with the candy melts and coconut mixed together to make it almost like a coconut cluster. I haven't tried it in the mold, but I do think it would work for you.

cownsj Posted 13 Jun 2011 , 1:53am

You can put just a tiny amount of just the candy melts into the mold, then you can finish it with the candy melts and coconut mixed together to make it almost like a coconut cluster. I haven't tried it in the mold, but I do think it would work for you.

cownsj Posted 13 Jun 2011 , 1:54am

You can put just a tiny amount of just the candy melts into the mold, then you can finish it with the candy melts and coconut mixed together to make it almost like a coconut cluster. I haven't tried it in the mold, but I do think it would work for you.

cownsj Posted 13 Jun 2011 , 1:56am

You can put just a tiny amount of just the candy melts into the mold, then you can finish it with the candy melts and coconut mixed together to make it almost like a coconut cluster. I haven't tried it in the mold, but I do think it would work for you.

cownsj Posted 13 Jun 2011 , 1:57am

You can put just a tiny amount of just the candy melts into the mold, then you can finish it with the candy melts and coconut mixed together to make it almost like a coconut cluster. I haven't tried it in the mold, but I do think it would work for you.

cownsj Posted 13 Jun 2011 , 1:57am

You can put just a tiny amount of just the candy melts into the mold, then you can finish it with the candy melts and coconut mixed together to make it almost like a coconut cluster. I haven't tried it in the mold, but I do think it would work for you.

cownsj Posted 13 Jun 2011 , 1:57am

You can put just a tiny amount of just the candy melts into the mold, then you can finish it with the candy melts and coconut mixed together to make it almost like a coconut cluster. I haven't tried it in the mold, but I do think it would work for you.

cownsj Posted 13 Jun 2011 , 1:58am

You can put just a tiny amount of just the candy melts into the mold, then you can finish it with the candy melts and coconut mixed together to make it almost like a coconut cluster. I haven't tried it in the mold, but I do think it would work for you.

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