Truffle Mold for Chocolate Truffles
Each piece is 1¾" Diameter x 1" Depth
These truffles fit well in a medium plastic box with these truffle cups:
To use this great truffle mold, my personal favorite, fill the entire mold cavity with the chocolate of your choice, white, milk or dark molding chocolate. (In order for the truffles to be shiny and beautiful, it is best to use the chocolate expressly for molding because of its ability to harden and become beautiful and shiny.)
Let the chocolate sit inside the truffle mold at room temperature (not in the refrigerator or freezer) for 5 minutes. After the 5 minutes is up, dump the chocolate out of the mold and remove the excess chocolate, leaving a firm shell of chocolate. Place this shell of chocolate into the freezer
Place scooped balls of refrigerated ganache inside the shell you just made. Then using an 8 oz squeeze bottle of melted chocolate, backfill the bottom of the truffle to cover the bottom. Place the entire truffle creation back in the freezer for another 15 minutes. Remove the molded truffle from the freezer and drizzle with white or other contrasting chocolate.
The truffle mold makes beautiful truffles that look very professional. Check out this truffle mold recipe.
This truffle mold is our most popular mold. You can also use it to make homemade truffles similar to Joseph Schmidt's.
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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