Does anyone know of a way to remove small dark chocolate stains of white chocolate?
I have made a giant white chocolate cup cake without realizing that there a few small bits of dark chocolate still on the sides of the pan from when I made a dark chocolate one. Unfortunately they are now integrated into the white chocolate and I don't want to waste the chocolate and make a new one.
Does anyone have any ideas as to how I can cover these marks?
You can try covering them with melted white chocolate on a toothpick or small paintbrush. Or you could make small chocolate polka dots all over it. My philosophy is "If you can't fix it or cover it up, make the most of it."
Thanks! I like the polka dots idea so I will go with that.
Making a new one wouldn't be a waste. You can break up the cup you've made, pick out the dark spots, then remelt the white and make your cup again.
If you can't scratch them out with your fingernail (gently) then definitely go with the polka dots.
Thank you so much everyone for your help. I managed to scrape the marks of with no problem.