I've seen a lot of cakes on here with chocolate transfers on them.they look really good and I would love to learn how to do them, any help would be greatly appreciated!!thanks!
Welcome to CC lynsey!! I am gonna attach a link to a tutorial a CC member did by the name of cali4dawn. It starts out with FBCT, but if you click to page 2, the chocolate transfer tutorial starts there=) HTH some, Jen
I just went to the link you supplied, very informative thanks! Do you know if there is a way to print the directions and pictures out. I'd love to save them as notes for when I first attempt this I didn't see a way to print. Thanks!
Boy I don't=( I am not computer savvy at all=( What I would try first is to just try to print the whole page, hitting "print" from the "file" button uptop of your screen. Sorry I can't help you there, Jen
Thanks! It is such a great tutorial that I wanted to save it. I have been too afraid to try a FBCT but that makes it seem sort of easy
Whimsical Bakehouse is a great book for chocolate transfers. Take a look at that one some time.
I do a lot of them and here is the tutorial I used
Another type of chocolate transfer is like the wrap around the cake. I dont know if that is what you are referring to. You buy the acetate sheets and spread chocolate on them and wrap it around a cake. country kitchens has those.
sorry if this may sound stupid but when you make a chocolate transfer...does that mean that all you use is chocolate?? you just melt white chocolate and color it?? and do the same thing when doing a frozen buttercream transfer??
thanks so much in advance
It is best if you use the candy melts or confectionary coating (not real chocolate). Otherwise you would need to temper it and all that jazz. Read through the links post above for how to do.