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How do you make a crinkled chocolate collar?

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Hi, I'm trying to make a cake in the shape of a Reese's peanut butter cup and can't figure out how to make a crinkled chocolate collar that would look like the authentic Reese's cups. Any ideas anybody?
Thanks so much.
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You could try putting vertical ropes of fondant or modeling chocolate on your cake all around after your frost but before you put on the chocolate collar. Then smooth the chocolate over the lines so it would have that corrugated look. Or there is a ribbed/smocking roller available at amazon.

http://www.amazon.com/PME-Rolling-Ribbed-Smocking-Handle/dp/B000VJS2R8

Hope this helps!!
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