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How do you make chocolate mold?

Instructions CHOCOLATE MOLD On low heat place the 5 ounces of dark chocolate (I did half and half) (broken into pieces) in a small-medium bowl over a pot of water (make sure bowl does not touch the water). Melt until smooth, stirring often with a fork or whisk.

What kind of chocolate do I use for a mold?

Best Melting Chocolate for Molds – Make a Delicious Chocolate Wilton Light Cocoa Candy Melts. The first on the list is the light candy melts from Wilton. Merckens Milk Molding Chocolate. The yummy milk chocolates from Merckens are perfect for candy molds. Ghirardelli Dark Chocolate Melting Wafers for Molds. Ghirardelli Variety Pack for Molds. Merckens Coating Melting Wafers. Wilton Store Chocolate.

Can chocolate get moldy?

2 Answers 2. It is is almost impossible for chocolate to mold as it doesn’t have any moisture, required for mold growth. There are two types of bloom: Sugar bloom — wipe the chocolate with a wet finger, it will dissolve. Either tends to look like a chalky coating, not very thick, definitely not fuzzy (like mold).

What kind of chocolate can be used in chocolate candy molds?

There are two kinds of chocolate you can use for making molded chocolates: Couverture is high-quality chocolate. Dark chocolate couverture contains cocoa liquor, sugar, cocoa butter, and vanilla. This kind of chocolate tastes the best by far, but it is expensive and harder to work with because it requires tempering.

Where can you buy candy molds?

You can sometimes buy a chocolate candy mold or two at your local grocery or department store, but I doubt you will find much of a selection. I’ve even picked up the occasional candy mold at a garage sale. Fortunately, for you and me, there are some terrific resources online these days that have a huge variety.