So these I will admit were a little time consuming. But mega-fun to make too. I got the mold at Jo-ann for $2 and just regular old baking squares for the chocolate.
Melt the chocolate and pour into your mold, filling it about half-way full.
Turn it over and tap it gently so the chocolate pours evenly throughout the mold
Put it in the fridge for about 20 mins. (or just take it out after you remember from when you started that batch of laundry or favorite show)
The mold says to put it in the freezer for a few minutes after refrigerating but don't do this! It makes them brittle and impossible not to break. They are perfect after just refrigerating, still a little flexible and don't break as easily. However if they do break, its easy to just seal it up with some extra melted chocolate. No thanks for the tip Wilton!
As your last set of cups are cooling, whip up the chocolate mousse. I just used the recipe from our best bites because its so easy.
My favorite part is getting the pastry bag and filling them. Spoon the mousse in your pastry bag and fill those bad boys up!
chocolate curls, mint leaves, raspberries, or anything your mind comes up with.
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