Fun way of starting with chocolate making - make your own chocolate shoe and a matching handbag.
22 February 2018, Thursday - FULLY BOOKED
20 May 2018, Sunday
Time: 10-2.30 pm
Group Size: 1-3 Students
Location:Bexleyheath, London/Kent Borders
Skill level:Suitable for all
This is a great way of starting with chocolate - fun and easy - once you know how to!
During this Edible Chocolate Shoes & Handbags Class you will make and decorate your own chocolate shoe and matching handbag, as well as learn about different ways of decorating your final chocolate creation.
You can choose a design for your chocolate shoe and handbag, hand pipe a pattern into the chocolate mould and use up to two different tempered types of chocolates to form the body of the shoe.
We will be using professional chocolate moulds, that don't require assembling of the shoe. The handbag will be created from two different parts and you will learn how to assemble 'hollow' chocolate figures.
When the chocolate is set the shoe will pop out of it's mould and you can decorate it with a handmade flower or bow and a piped edging.
The chocolate shoe and handbag is then packed into a beautiful presentation box and tied with a ribbon, for you to take away.
In this Edible Chocolate Shoes & Handbags Class we will cover the following:
How to use tempered chocolate to make solid and 3D chocolates
How to use specialist chocolate moulds to make chocolate shoes and handbags as well as range of smaller moulds to create decorations to personalise your chocolate creations
How to decorate and paint chocolate with cocoa butter, coloured chocolate and cocoa powders
How to use chocolate to decorate and personalise your chocolate shoe and handbag
How to make chocolate rose to use as decoration for your shoe or take home as an ispiration
Everything you make during the workshop, beautifully packed in professional packaging and decorated with ribbons and tags
Light refreshments & lunch
Plenty of chocolate tastings
Use of all equipment and appron
This was such a fun!
What a great way to spend the afternoon learning all about chocolate and end up with a beautifully packaged shoe and a handbag. Everyone admired my chocolate work, when I got home and I they nearly didn't belive I made it all myself!