I'm trying to get ahead of the game as I am making 150 mini cupcake flowers each in a candy melt shell for a party at the beginning of August. These will have a cake pop stick through the base to create a flower on a stem look (hopefully !)
Just wondering if I can make the candy melt shells ahead of time and if so, do I store them in a tupperware container/tin/fridge .... Help please !
Wasn't thinking of inserting/sticking the stems in yet but just getting the shells done ...
They can be stored at room temperature in an airtight container.
Fabulous - thank you. I'll get started ...
I will keep your words......
If you are getting heat /humidity in your area you might want to freeze the cups after you make them. I have had chocolate shapes warp because it was so warm.. Warning let them sit out for a bit to avoid condensation before you fill. I tried storing in fridge but didn't work as well. I know you might not have room but was just a suggestion. Making cups ahead will really speed up work/less stress