chocolate into an open zipper sandwich bag.
Microwave chocolate in bag for
30-40 seconds or until melted. Or you can melt the chocolate by
double boiler then pour the melted chocolate into sandwich bag.
If you don’t have a double boiler, you can place the chocolate
in a clean stainless-steel bowl and set the bowl over a saucepan
of gently simmering (not boiling) water. You do not want the
bottom of the bowl to come directly in contact with the water
below nor the water to be boiling and spewing up large masses of
steam, which could fall into the chocolate and turn it lumpy.
Also, do not cover the bowl or double boiler because steam could
collect under the lid and fall back into the chocolate, causing
the mass to harden and become grainy. As the chocolate begins to
melt, stir it, working the chocolate from the sides of the bowl
into the center mass. When the chocolate pieces are almost
entirely melted, remove the bowl from the heat, stir, and let
the remaining chocolate melt by the heat of the larger mass.
corner of the sandwich bag with scissors to squeeze melted
chocolate through. Caution: Bag may be hot, so use paper towel
or a pot holder to handle it.
Gently squeeze chocolate out of
sandwich bag into the molds. Leave some space and don’t make it
too full if you wish to add some nuts or raisins into the
Now, you can add in some nuts or
raisins into chocolate if you wish to. Then check each
chocolate, if feel that the molds is not full enough, squeeze
some more chocolate to full it. This make sure the chocolate
come out with nice shape.
side of the mold tray to knock out any air bubbles and flatten
refrigerator until set.
chocolate out of molds and pack with a beautiful packaging.
give it to your love one.