"taco Shells" With White Chocolate And Graham Crac

Decorating By shannon100 Updated 17 Feb 2009 , 5:14pm by kakeladi

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shannon100 Posted 17 Feb 2009 , 4:04pm
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I just found this picture and love how the taco shell are done! The description said she used graham cracker crumbs and white chocolate. Has anyone done this? How do you do it? Does it have to be white chocolate, or would almond bark work too?

I'm PMing the artist, but thought I'd post it here too in case I don't get a reply back. I'm making a cake for a Mexican-food-themed lunch tomorrow and thought this would be fun!

ETA: I found this in the comments of one of the many taco photos.

"First I melted white chocolate and a tad of dark chocolate and then added a few drops of yellow food coloring. After that I added a few graham craker crumbs to the chocolate. Then I put some of the melted mixture onto a circle of wax paper. Then I folded that over a real taco shell (to get the shape). It only took about 3-5 minutes to harden."

I'm still wondering about the white chocolate vs almond bark. Thanks in advance if anyone has the answer to this! icon_smile.gif

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kakeladi Posted 17 Feb 2009 , 5:14pm
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Sure one could use almond bark if that's what you have.

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