Making Cream-Filled Chocolates for Valentine’s Day

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Valentine's Day is quickly approaching, and we all know what that means: It’s the day to shower our loved ones with gifts as a sign of our appreciation for their being in our lives. In this context, the loved ones don't have to mean couples; you should include friends and family members. 

Cream-filled chocolates require no cooking or baking. There are white, milk, dark and caramel chocolate to choose from. You can bet that homemade chocolates are tastier than the bought ones!

Making homemade cream-filled chocolate is simple. Here is how to go about it.

Make Your Own Cream-Filled Chocolates

Step 1

Melt some quality dark and milk chocolate to create a creamy white chocolate filling.

Step 2

Pour the melted chocolate into the mold and swirl it around. Use a brush to help fill the remaining spaces. Don’t forget to tip it over to eliminate any excess chocolate.

Step 3

Place it in the freezer for 10 minutes. Line the molds with some of the melted chocolate to give them a perfect shape.

Step 4

Store the molds in the fridge. After that, make the filling and store them in your fridge so they can thicken out.

Step 5

Fill the chocolate molds and allow them to settle for 10 to 15 minutes in the freezer. Top up with a layer of melted dark chocolate.

Step 6

Allow your products to harden in the fridge for the next 30 minutes to an hour. They’re now ready to pop out and serve.

If you have any remaining melted chocolate, fill out some of the small molds and even make a few solid chocolates. Some solid chocolate spoons will blow everyone away.

Celebrate Valentine's Day with your loved ones by making them homemade cream-filled chocolates. They're the best gifts to show them how much you value them. While at it, if you’ve considered Flagstaff apartments in Arizona, Country Club Terrace will suit your preferences. For more information regarding floor plans and directions to the apartments, call us today at (844) 832-9940.

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