White Chocolate Candle

Decorating By Hunterjh18 Updated 14 Sep 2013 , 6:31pm by JaeRodriguez

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Hunterjh18 Posted 14 Sep 2013 , 5:37pm
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So for the topper of a cake im making for a friends birthday I want to actually make a white chocolate Gothic style candle. Ive purchased a wick that will be put inside the chocolate so that eventually i am actually able to light it. I could go with just a regular candle, but I want the "candle" to melt onto the cake below and it still be edible since its made out of white chocolate. Was wondering if people had any ideas how I could accomplish this.


Iv'e thought of buying a chocolate mold of a candle , but Iv'e never used one before, so im unsure of how exactly it works. 


Is my mold idea what I should go for or is there possibly an easier way to do this?


Thanks for the help :)



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JaeRodriguez Posted 14 Sep 2013 , 6:31pm
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Try googling for tutorials on the subject! I found this video that may help you, but there were tons of other links that will probably help.

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