How the heck do I do that?
Posted in: Tech Help, Tips, Tricks, & Techniques
Did the last owner make them solid or partially hollow or hollow?
For hollow--You could fill one side, clip the other side on and shake bubbles out and rotate to evenly coat the mold (much harder way to do this as you could get air bubbles that won't come out).
For partial air pockets in the piece--You could fill both sides with chocolate, shake the bubbles out, them put them together with clips. You will still have a few air pockets but they should not surface to the top to been seen. This is simpler than above but can be kind of messy if the chocolate starts to pour out when putting together.
Or to make them solid--you can fill both sides, let harden, take them out of the mold and "glue" them with chocolate to create the finished piece. I use an angled icing knife from cake decorating to glue chocolate pieces together with tempered chocolates.