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post #16 of 45
Ohhhh - I think I just found this year's Mother's Day gift! Every year I make something for my two grandmas, my mom, my MIL and aunt who live in town. I try to make it be something different and this fits it perfectly - 'cept MIL doesn't like chocolate - okay so she won't get any! icon_razz.gif
post #17 of 45
Oh no! There's so many cute ones!! I don't know what to pick---eeek!
post #18 of 45
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post #19 of 45
Try them with Fudge - e- o's instead of oreos or chocolate filled oreos - I sell more of these than regular oreos
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post #20 of 45
MORSELSBYMARK
is that a mold from spinningleaf?
post #21 of 45
Toleshed - no, it is a cookie brand - it is fudge filling sandwiched between chocolate cookie. It's the same size and shape as an oreo so can be used in the SL molds. My clients like the taste better than the oreos.
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post #22 of 45
huh - I can't even find them online. Darn
post #23 of 45
morselsbymark, do you use the oreo chocolate boxes to pack them in? I find that the ones i make with the molds don't always fit (too big)
post #24 of 45
luv2bake - I use a cello bag and ribbon. The bag size I use is 4oz.
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post #25 of 45
Thats what I do also - cupcake paper and then in the bag tied with ribbon. If your muffing paper has a cute design, it looks very pretty thru the bag.
post #26 of 45
Muffin paper sounds like a cute idea. Does the cello tend to stick to the chocolate? A few years ago i bought a bunch of oreo molds and the chocolate boxes to pack them in. It was extremely disappointing that these did not fit into the spaces in the tray, especially since that was what the box was made for.

Has anyone tried putting an EI on an oreo chocolate? What do you use to attach it to the chocolate?
post #27 of 45
If you use merckens chocolate it hardens and the cello does not stick. I don't know anything about the EI on an oreo.
post #28 of 45
I have used EI on oreos - I used the plaind mold and put the Montreal Canadiens logo on them. Just cut the EI out, take the backing off, quickly press it on a DAMP piece of paper towel and it will adhere nicely.
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post #29 of 45
I make three varieties. www.LouisvilleCookie.com
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post #30 of 45
MORSELSBYMARK
by pressing it to the damp towel, is that what makes it stick to the chocolate? I love this
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