2-1/2" Halloween Jack O' Lantern Chocolate Mold
Melt Guittard milk chocolate in 30-second intervals, stirring every 30 seconds and set aside.
To color this Jack O' Lantern's face, melt Guittard white chocolate in 30 second intervals, stirring in between. Set 2 bowls with small amounts of the white chocolate aside. Add yellow candy coloring to one of the bowls. Just 3 drops or so to get a light yellow color. To the other bowl add 3 drops of yellow and one drop of red candy coloring. Place the yellow chocolate into one candy painting bottle, (or you can try the candy paint brush!) and the orange into another candy painting bottle.
Carefully paint in the jack 'o lantern's mold's eyes, nose and mouth with the yellow chocolate. Carefully paint in the stem of the Jack O' Lantern with the orange chocolate. Let the yellow and orange chocolate cool in the refrigerator for 15 minutes.
Fill in the rest of the mold cavity, while also covering the yellow and orange chocolate, with the milk chocolate. Slide a sucker stick into the warm chocolate and turn it so the chocolate covers the stick completely.
Tap the mold on the counter to make sure there are no bubbles on the front of the mold, and to help the chocolate reach the edge of the mold. Place in the freezer for 15 minutes. Pop out of the mold and use a sucker bag and ribbon to decorate!
At Halloween time, our first mold choice is this Halloween Jack O' Lantern chocolate mold. Traditionally it's the Jack O' Lantern that you think of when you remember your childhood Halloween. The kids loved these unique treats instead of your usual boring cupcake!
Molds will not tolerate temperatures above 165 degrees Fahrenheit. This temperature should never be exceeded when using clear plastic molds. Our chocolate molds may be used for butter, plaster, cement, Jell-O, fondant, gum paste, etc.
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