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post #121 of 215
You have to use the wilton colors that are specifically designed for coloring chocolate, otherwise your candy melts will sieze up.
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post #122 of 215
I have done chocolate transfers using white candy melts and wilton paste colors without my chocolate seizing up. I do add crisco which keeps it smooth.
post #123 of 215
I read this thread a while back when it started and wanted to try "Oreo dipping". I didn't really have the supplies I needed so I was winging it. I used cupcake papers and cupcake pan. I put a little chocolate in the bottom, pushed the cookie in and topped it off to cover. I chilled them and then took off the paper. It was a really neat look. Much like a Reese cup with the ridges on the edge. oh and yummy too! thumbs_up.gif
post #124 of 215
When you stick the candy molds on top of the dipped oreo, how do you get it to stay? frosting?
post #125 of 215
A little dab of melted chocolate will make it stick.
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post #126 of 215
I JUST GOT MY MOLDS TODAY...2 DAYS AFTER I ORDERED.I TOO, GOT A FREE MOLD.THEY ARE THE BEST.A LITTLE HIGH BUT THEY DO LOOK LIKE A HEAVY DUTY MOLD.CAN'T WAIT TO TRY THEM OUT.
DON'T REMEMBER WHO POSTED IT BUT THANKS SO MUCH FOR THE INFO.
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post #127 of 215
If you use a candy mold on top of a molded oreo, you can use some melted chocolate to help it stay in place. thumbs_up.gif
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post #128 of 215
I haven't been able to order the molds yet, so I went to Michaels and found the daisy and flower molds there. I wanted to try it out before I bought the expensive ones. The mold was in the soap mold section, and it wasn't quite like the ones on 3Dmolds because there are made by LifeOfTheParty. But they were the firmer plastic molds and it had 5 cavities on it, but only 2 were round and were perfect for the oreos. I made them and my 16 year old promptly approved (boy can that kid eat!). Since I had the 40% off coupon the mold was only $1.67, but again only 2 cavities were for oreos, the others were square and rectangle.

I hope to order from 3D soon now that I know these are soooo easy to do.
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post #129 of 215
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I'm sad, i still have not received mine. i ordered them last wk.
post #130 of 215
katskakes, they are probably back-logged because of all the people from this web-site ordering molds!
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post #131 of 215
Found another reason to love the molds this afternoon -- When I opened the cookie bag, a third of the cookies were broken, cracked, or otherwise not in good shape for dipping, but worked well in the molds.
post #132 of 215
I Recieved my molds today. They sent me an extra mold as a freebie. i ordered the apple blossom and ribbon (for a sids fundraier in April) and i got the heart free. i'm sure that will come in useful at valentine's day. maybe white chocolate and pink hearts....I ordeed less than a week ago so i didn't think that was too bad. they charged 8.25 in shipping was a little high, but at least i got a free mold out of it icon_biggrin.gif
post #133 of 215
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Originally Posted by sweetflowers

...but again only 2 cavities were for oreos, the others were square and rectangle....



uhm, are the square and rectangle big enough to hold an oreo?

if so, what's the problem w/ an extra helping (dose) of chocolate???

no chocoholic would complain! icon_rolleyes.gif
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post #134 of 215
Yup Doug, they are big enough. I noticed the wafer cookie would fit in the rectangle nicely icon_rolleyes.gif . And you're right, every chocoholic at work had no problem with the sweetness!

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post #135 of 215
I can't wait to order mine. Good thread!
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