What you’re about to witness,
will knock your chocolate socks off.
Making chocolate bows with transfer sheets is top-notch for cake decorating, gift giving, and is so spectacular for just about any occasion. Nothing says festive like a chocolate birthday or Christmas bow atop a colorful cake or decadent chocolate box .
You can do oodles of snazzy variations of bows, I always get new ideas while making them. Making a chocolate bow decoration looks difficult, but they are actually quite easy. Get ideas from looking at real bows, or books on bow-making .
PARTY IDEA: pick up a store-bought cake, and fling on a huge chocolate bow, that’s what I do. People freak out.
- Just by modifying the length, width and size of the loops, and how you place them together will give you different looks
- Combining two or more complimentary chocolate transfer sheet designs will make them even more awesome
- Insert chocolate leaves, snowflakes, curls, shards, and other chocolate decorations or candy in-between the loops, to make them extra fancy
- We’re using chocolate transfer sheets, but you can make a plain bow with acetate, wax or parchment paper
Here is a tutorial from last year on making bows with Nicole from ChocoTransferSheets.com, for “Rockin’ Chocolate”, a fun holiday Youtube series we produced.
How to Make a Rockin’ Chocolate Bow
I don’t know why more people don’t make and sell fancy choco bows in chocolate shops, they would fly off the shelf! maybe YOU should. Heck, I might even buy one from you.
If you would like to learn more about working with chocolate transfer sheets, check out my DVD/download. Chocolate Decorating with Transfer Sheets.
What do you think of these lavish chocolate bows?
Until next time,
Peace, Love, Chocolate.
The Chocolate Addict.com
NOTE: please understand that I am an academically challenged right-brainer, and forgive any typos, grammatical faux pas, and things that don’t make sense.