Make your own Star Wars Chocolates with Star Wars Molds
Star Wars is about the hottest thing right now and kids are wanting a Star Wars birthday party, no questions asked. Well, with some amazing Star Wars Molds you can turn that party into a mega hit with colorful homemade Star Wars chocolates, ice cubes or Jello.
Here is what we did to make these chocolates.
Get yourself some silicone Star Wars Molds, we purchased and recommend the set below. They are durable and very, very high quality. The set also includes all the key figures needed, Millennium Falcon, X-wings, Boba Fett, Storm Troopers, Darth Vader, Han Solo in Carbonite, R2-D2 and the Death Star!
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Once you have a good set of silicone Star Wars Molds, you can begin the process of making some killer ice cubes or jello in your molds. If you are wanting to make colorful chocolates with the molds then that is no problem at all.
To make the process much easier we purchased some colored melting chocolate to avoid the mess of having to add food coloring to white chocolate. We purchased a few different colors of Wilton’s melting chocolate (see image below).
You can get this great colored melting chocolate in a variety of colors.See Available Colors
After you have your chocolate picked out and the colors that you want to use for the Star Wars molds, you can melt the chocolate in a bowl over the stove or in the microwave and then proceed to pour them into the molds. We think there is a much easier way to go about melting the chocolate that causes a much smaller mess and make clean a breeze. Place some of the colored chocolate discs into the mold (see image below) and then pop that bad boy into the microwave for 30 seconds, take it out and tap in on the counter to move some of the melted chocolate around, this also helps get rid of air bubbles. Put it back into the microwave in these 30 second increments until the chocolate is completely melted. In the image below we melted black and white chocolate to make it gray for the Han Solo in Carbonite molds. Pro Tip – don’t get the chocolate too hot too fast, read tips here.
After all the chocolate is melted we placed them in the fridge for 10-15 minutes to let them completely cool and harden. It is super important to make sure that you allow them to setup all the way. Allowing them to setup all the way makes it so that you can pop them out of the mold without the chocolate breaking.
Continue the process until you have all the amazing little Star Wars chocolates that you need to party!
If you are planning on a different themed party, do not worry, you can get other silicone molds to replicate this process.
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