Is It Possible To Flavor White Modeling Chocolate?

Decorating By Bakrwomyn Updated 26 Feb 2016 , 1:46am by Bakrwomyn

Bakrwomyn Posted 14 Feb 2016 , 10:42pm
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I'm planning to make some strawberry cupcakes and would love to do a "margarita" style decoration. Instead of using real fruit, I'd love to make a strawberry and a lime wedge out of white chocolate and see if it's possible to flavor them accordingly without having the chocolate seize up.

I suppose I could do the strawberry and lime in marzipan but I prefer white modeling chocolate and have gotten quite good at using it and would like to continue to do so.

Has anyone flavored their white modeling chocolate?

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-K8memphis Posted 14 Feb 2016 , 11:02pm
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yes i often use vanilla powder in my w choco in fact just yesterday i did this -- but for lime and strawberry flavors i'd recommend using oil maybe an essential oil but like a lorann oil based product -- and mere drops are used -- it doesn't take much at all -- sounds delicious, dramatic and fun

best to you

Bakrwomyn Posted 14 Feb 2016 , 11:33pm
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Of course! What an obvious solution! Thank you much! I'll post up photos later this week. The theme is a Mexican Fiesta so I'll be doing cactus, pinatas, and margaritas!


Thanks again!

Bakrwomyn Posted 26 Feb 2016 , 1:46am
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K8Memphis - the essential oils worked and my strawberries had a nice strawberry flavor as well as the limes.


Thank you again for the suggestion!900_is-it-possible-to-flavor_94010856cfae7dbd2a0.jpg

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