Wednesday, October 13, 2010

My Homemade Chocolate/Vanilla Madelines

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These were fun to make. They did take a lot of melted chocolate and vanilla. Just like my other molded candies, they only took five minutes to chill and remove from mold.

As you can see on these Madeline's, I added a crunchy ice cream/coffee topping on the back side. These are fun to share with family, friends or have a treat for yourself.

When I melt the chocolate, I use a small cooking pan filled with water on the bottom. Then, I use a slightly bigger pan that sits on top the bottom pan. Inside this pan I place the chocolates in a Pyrex cooking cup. Then, when the chocolate or vanilla is melted, I take a spoon and add the melted chocolate/vanilla to the mold.

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