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.
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.