If you love being creative with your home made baking, but aren’t quite sure how to make your creations pop with color and creativity, look no further than home made modeling chocolate. This amazing white modeling chocolate recipe will bring all of your creations to life. It’s easy to make and even easier to use and have fun with. Best of all, it’s all edible! The modeling chocolate holds up really well to any atmosphere and allows you to get as creative as you wish to be. Make shapes, characters, flowers or anything else you can think of. It doesn’t dry out over time like fondant and easily molds into anything you want to adorn your baking with. If you thought it couldn’t get any better, it does! It can also be kept for months in an airtight container or double bagged so it will always be there when you’re ready to use it.
White Modeling Chocolate Recipe
2 cups white chocolate melties
1/3 cup corn syrup, light
How To Make White Modeling Chocolate Recipe
In a small saucepan warm the corn syrup, do not allow to boil.
In a larger saucepan add your two cups of white chocolate melties and stir over low heat until they are fully melted and smooth.
Remove from the heat and stir the corn syrup into the chocolate until it’s fully incorporated. It will begin to turn thick. Do not over mix or you will bring more of the oils in the chocolate out making it harder to work with.
Roll out plastic wrap onto the counter and pour the chocolate mixture into the middle of it. Wrap the chocolate in the plastic wrap and flatten like a patty. Allow to cool for 3 hours at room temperature.
To color, add a few drops of the chosen color into desired amount of modeling chocolate and knead until it’s smooth throughout the modeling chocolate. Use cornstarch to prevent the modeling chocolate from getting too moist.
Keep covered with the plastic wrap or a plastic bag while you make your other colors.
To use modeling chocolate just use it like you would play-doh! Have cornstarch on hand as it will melt when touched by warm hands for any prolonged length of time. Sprinkle the cornstarch on the chocolate to help prevent this from happening.
Sprinkle the cornstarch on a flat surface before rolling it out.
Modeling chocolate can be painted with edible paints. Just dilute with alcohol before painting.