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How To Make Modeling Chocolate /
- 12 oz. chocolate (tempering not required for this recipe)
- 1/2 cup of white/light corn syrup
- Coloring Oil (Optional)
You'll also want:
|1.||Melt the chocolate using instructions that came
with your chocolate. Ideally, use a double boiler (or a double
boiler insert). Do not let the water touch the bottom of
the double boiler. Only let the water simmer. Do not allow it
to boil or you may burn the chocolate.
If you must use a microwave, melt on medium heat for short periods being very careful not to overheat the chocolate.
|1-A.||Add coloring oil if desired (white chocolate only).|
|3.||Slowly add corn syrup and beat to mix completely. You might need a little more or less corn syrup to arrive at the right texture. It is easier to work with the clay if it isn't too hard; if it's too soft, the forms won't retain their shape.|
Form clay into a ball and place on eavy weight dipping sheets, parchment paper or wax paper and cool at room temperature or in fridge for several hours or overnight. Your chocolate will then be flexible and pliable just like molding clay!
Have fun making various shapes or sculptures from the chocolate clay.