Delicate Flower confetti chocolate
You probably already assumed that I LOVE flowers? Well, let me tell you, you're more than accurate on that one. Honestly, my eyes and soul get hooked to anything floral, and that's why I just couldn't pinch my eyes when I came across this absolute perfect art from Paper and Stitch
See more for the step by step recipe with photo's as well as a print proof version.
now I bet you want to find out more about this masterpiece..
What do you need:
- white chocolate candy melts
- gel food colouring
- edible flowers
- colourful sprinkles (optional)
- wax paper
- sheet pan
- wooden spoon
- flat spatula
- wooden skewers
1. Melt the chocolate according to the directions on the packaging, either on the stovetop or microwave.
2. Separate the melted chocolate into 2 containers and add gel food colouring to each one. Brittni chose violet and pink for her colours.
3. Then, pour the melted chocolate onto a sheet pan covered with wax paper. Keep the half of the pan one colour and the other half of the second colour to get a colour blocked look. Now Smooth your pan with a flat spatula, if needed.
4. Next, remove the petals from your edible flowers. And while the chocolate is still in a liquid state on the pan, sprinkle the flower petals over the top of the chocolate.
5. Add colourful sprinkles as well, if desired.
6. Then wait for the chocolate to harden completely. You can speed this process up by putting the pan into the fridge.
7. Once the chocolate is completely hardened, use the back of a wooden spoon to break the chocolate up into pieces of bark, as shown in the photo below.
Art direction, styling, and photography by Brittni Mehlhoff Recipe production assisted by Linda Jedenawski
Recipe Source: Paper & Stitch