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How to Make Chocolate Leaves

Here's a simple way to make chocolate leaves. Buying fresh roses every time you make chocolate leaves is costly so try our cost-effective (and reusuable) way to make these decorative leaves that elevate the presentation of your desserts.

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Buying fresh roses every time you make chocolate leaves is costly, so use inexpensive silk ones. The plastic veins give great definition, and they’re reusable. Simply brush a thick layer of melted chocolate on the underside of the silk leaves, setting the coated leaves on a wax paper-lined baking sheet. Allow to set, then carefully peel the leaf away from the chocolate. Wash the silk leaves and allow to dry.

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