Monday, 23 April 2012

SK Modelling Chocolate Cocoform

We were sent a pack of the dark and milk variants flavoured with Brazilian Orange oil.  It is made with pure Belgium chocolate and I must admit we were very excited to be trying it!  Hubbie has gone baking mad lately and I am enjoying the cake bounty (although I may need to join the gym soon!!!).

Easy to shape but does get sticky when warm, they suggest using cornflower on your work top in the helpful video if this happens, but in our well stocked kitchen… we tend not to have these things in ooops!  Perfect paste to make flowers to decorate or you can even add the same quantity of marzipan to the Cocoform and then roll out as a delicious cake covering… I can only imagine how mouth watering that would be!  I better not tell my marzipan mad mum about the possibility!

Hubbie said making the rose was quite relaxing, nice having the satisfaction of creating something so pretty and the fact its so damn edible does not hurt either!  


The video is very detailed so it’s quite easy for anyone to make a rose; my only problem would be I couldn’t make it without having the odd nibble.  We left a little piece each for the boys to have a play with but it basically went straight in their mouths once they tasted how nice it was!


Products like these are making hubbie’s cakes look more exclusive; it’s almost a shame to eat it!  But I will… just look at it how can I not haha!


Available to buy from the Squires Kitchen website for £7.99 and you can also get a mint variety.

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2 comments:

  1. beautiful flowers - you could ask for a bunch for your birthday ;)
     

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  2. Looks fantastic on the cake! When can we have a slice of that??! x

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