Make Your Own Chocolate Molds and Fondants Molds

Imagine decorating wedding and birthday cakes with customized chocolate and fondant shapes. With ComposiMold you can easily make your own chocolate molds or fondant molds instead of trying to find a plastic mold or using silicone molds that can only be used one time.

Make your own custom chocolate molds with ComposiMold. You can makes beautiful chocolate or fondant molds and when you are finished, re-melt to make another unique creation.

Unlike silicone molds that can be made into one mold, ComposiMold can be re-melted and re-used to make 35 more unique molds. Certified safe for food mold making applications.


Making a ComposiMold Chocolate Mold:
Follow the basic instructions on our How it Works Page to make a mold with ComposiMold. The tips below will set you up for success when using food items as your casting material.

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The Key to Creating Successful Chocolate Castings in a ComposiMold:
Make your molds quickly and easily by melting the ComposiMold in your microwave, double boiler, or a chocolate melter also works great for melting ComposiMold.

You do not need to cool or freeze your mold for chocolate castings.

When you are making your mold, lightly coat your original shape with a food safe mold release such as vegetable oil. When casting chocolate, you typically do not need a mold release.

Pour the melted chocolate into your unique mold using a spoon, stick, or brush to fill the mold. Tap the bottom and sides to get air bubbles out of the chocolate. You may also like using a squeeze bottle to push the chocolate into small openings and crevices.

To solidify the chocolate castings, cool the chocolate in the mold by placing in the refrigerator or freezer.

De-Mold by peeling the mold away from the delicious chocolate treat as much as possible so you don't put a lot of pressure on the chocolate.

Enjoy your one of a kind custom chocolate castings. Don't forget: When you have made all the chocolate casts that you want with one mold, it can be remelted to make other molds.

Fondant Castings in ComposiMold:
You can easily create a cast in your mold with fondant or gum paste too! This can be done by using the "push mold" technique. Once your ComposiMold has cooled back to original rubbery consistency, remove your original part and simply press the fondant or gum paste into the mold. You can also use a "2 part mold" technique and press a ball of fondant in between the two portions of your mold. Coloring can be added to the fondant before or after you make your cast.
Tip: Be careful not to warp the fondant casting when removing it from your mold. You can "bend" the mold away from the cast and let the cast "fall" out of the mold.

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Chocolate Lollipop Molds
After you make your chocolate molds, add a lollipop stick into the chocolate before it hardens. Secure the stick in the chocolate mold with a little extra chocolate over the back of the stick. (See the video below to learn how to create the "channel" for the lollipop stick.)



Our Tips and Tricks for Melting Chocolate
You can melt your chocolate for your molds either in a microwave or a double boiler. In the microwave, place the chocolate in a microwave safe bowl (paper cups are nice) and heat it in 30 second interval. Stir after each interval. If you don’t stir it, it is difficult to see that it is melted because the chocolate does not change shape. Depending on the amount of chocolate you are melting, times will range from 30 seconds to several minutes. Don’t melt more chocolate than you can use in your molds in 5 minutes. It will start hardening!

Using a double boiler is more work, but does melt the chocolate nicely. Heat the water to over 80 degrees F. Put the chocolate in the top container. Make sure that the chocolate does not hit the bottom of the bottom pan and do not mix chocolate and water. Water will ruin the chocolate.

We do not recommend placing the chocolate directly in a pan on the stove because that will likely burn the chocolate and make a mess.

When the chocolate is melted, but before you put it in your molds, you can add nuts, M&Ms, or hard candies into your chocolate. Just stir the pieces into the melted chocolate and then pour into your mold.

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Chocolate Casting Videos and PDF Tutorials
  • Simple method to make Custom Chocolate molds with ComposiMold
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  • Making Chocolate Castings
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