Can I Put Melted Chocolate Directly Onto Cake?

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lilmissmoffat Posted 8 Nov 2011 , 3:23pm
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can i paint the bottom of my giant cupcake with melted down chcolate? my candy liner keeps spliiting and i dont want to trim the caqke so could i just paintt he chocolate onto the base? what effect would this have on the cake if any>?

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itscake Posted 8 Nov 2011 , 3:36pm
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Hi lilmissmoffat
Not sure I understand your you want to bake the cake with the chocolate lined pan? If so I would not recommend it..chocolate melts and you would have a sticky mess on the bottom..if you are making can make cupcake liners for them out of melted chocolate..let harden and insert cupcakes once they have cooled..some trimming may have to be done... hope this helps and good luck with your baking....

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tarabara Posted 8 Nov 2011 , 4:00pm
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Are you asking if you can make a shell for the base of your cupcake? If so, this link explains how to do it:!/media/set/?set=a.160120497378405.33962.108750995848689&type=1

If the link gets deleted, go to the West Sussex Cupcake Company page on Facebook and go to her photos. At the top of the photos, click "See All Photos" and go to the album marked "Behind the Scenes II". She has clear directions there on how to make the chocolate cupcake liner. She also has pics of her giant cupcakes with the chocolate liner under her album "We Might Be Giants" and demonstrates trimming the giant cupcake down to fit the chocolate liner. Now if you're asking if you can bake the cupcake with the chocolate liner already around it, that would be a no.

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tarabara Posted 9 Nov 2011 , 5:02am
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Wait--just looked at this again. You're asking if you could paint the chocolate directly onto the cupcake after it's been baked. Sorry. Shouldn't harm the cake but I don't know that it's going to go on very smoothly. Might not look as nice as you're envisioning. Good luck!

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