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Thursday, June 12, 2008

Pooh Bear 3D chocolates

Before i load up the bento accessories, i will just put this quick one up. Also because Cheong wants to see how to get about doing it.

We are talking about 3D chocolate moulded figurines.


You put chocolate chips into a microwaveable bowl and halfway through heating them up, you take out the bowl and stir. Then before the chocolate start to bubble, you take it out and stir again to even it out. If you leave it in too long, it get all cakey.

Then you just pour them into these moulds, and the excess will be squeezed out through the holes at the back of the tray. I didnt take any pics of that though.


When it set, you just flip them out.

One mould makes 6 figurines


If you have some aluminium foil in your kitchen, you could wrap them up individually like these, and the kids can take them to school as a treat. I slip one into Kimberly's bento boxes sometimes. will post up pics of her bento's when i have time later. I just got a few more hearings to get out of the way this month.

These are the foil-wrapped Hello Kitty and Pooh Bear chocolates. You can get the choc moulds and the foils from NST . The Hello Kitty ones are those that I made last week with the kids but didnt take pictures of.


Have a great week ahead !


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  • Making chocolates too...
    It's fun cooking for kids/love ones, or at least I feel so.

    By Blogger KAY, At 9:01 AM  

  • It looks messy hor? But who cares when it's chocolate! Hehe!
    I have the HK one but can't find the pooh mould :(

    By Blogger LZmommy, At 9:36 AM  

  • What type of choc chips are you using ? The normal ones? Such great idea. Will do that for my kid's farewell in very near future. :D

    By Anonymous Elaine, At 10:07 AM  

  • Yea, man !! Its also fun making them chococates together with the kids. Baking together is really fun too, yea?

    LZmommy, dearie, you can get it from our very own facegroup member, Veronica, hee hee

    By Blogger allthingspurple, At 10:22 AM  

  • Elaine,I use the normal ones from the bakery supplier stores. You can also get them from the bakery aisle at any supermarket. This one is "supposedly" a premium one, according to the storekeeper, cos she is quite particular about what she feeds her kids with. Will load up the cover when i have time.

    By Blogger allthingspurple, At 10:24 AM  

  • Hi! Christene, looks like you have endless fun with your kids, because you keep buying stuff from me. Haha! Those who would like to get the pooh chocolate mould and aluminium foil are welcome to checkout my website. But there are limited stocks. I will try to bring in more.

    By Blogger Veronica, At 11:48 AM  

  • Wow, you are so creative..ler.
    Thanks for sharing it here.

    By Anonymous cheong, At 1:39 PM  

  • I have the Pooh (different from yours) and the HK moulds. I have been wondering how do i use it to make 3D figurines when i got it since it comes with the front and back moulds. Did you pour your melted chocolate into the whole of the front mould and then covered it with the back mould? Thank you.

    By Anonymous Angeline Lee, At 9:28 PM  

  • your blog is getting very dangerous to visit recently! :-) too tempting! LOL! *drool*

    By Blogger sting, At 10:24 PM  

  • Aiyo... still long way to go to bake anything with Megan lah...I'm starving already hehehe

    By Anonymous elwi, At 1:44 AM  

  • so nice your chocolate...see also feel like eating them, hehe.....

    the mould for choc and jelly, is it the same?

    By Blogger Mummy to QiQi, At 1:05 PM  

  • Hi. That's looks yum. Thanks for sharing. I have checked out Veronica's website and there are so many things I was about to get from ebay. Again thanks for the tip and saving me so much money.~~

    By Blogger 3lilangels, At 8:47 AM  

  • you are so pandai.....

    By Blogger Vivianz, At 2:34 PM  

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