- Serving Board/Plate/Tray
- Fancy Decorating Brushes
- Cooking Spray [optional but recommended]
- Offset Spatula or Butter Knife [optional]
- Fancy Magic Mat [optional]
- Disposable Gloves [optional]
Holiday Winter Ski Chalet Kit
Remove mold from the packaging and give it a good stretch to manipulate and loosen up the mold. This will reduce its rigidity and make piece removal easier. Hand wash and fully dry before use.
Brush Edible Shimmer & Glitter into your mold to highlight any details, like windows, and doors.
Apply a light, even coat of cooking spray to each mold. Wipe any excess oil droplets. The mold should feel slippery to the touch, but not flooded with oil.
Microwave one bag of Optic White and Dahlia Black Melting Candy one at a time according to packaging instructions.
Before filling the molds, review the color-coded guide in Step 2.
• Optic White Melting Candy fills the: 2 sides, front, back, ski chalet sign, and skis
• Dahlia Black Melting Candy fills the: 2 roof pieces, 4 small chimney pieces
Cut the tip off the Melting Candy bag at the scissors line.
Fill each mold cavity one at a time according to the below color-coded guide using warmed Melting Candy; consistently tapping the mold to allow the product to flood and evenly distribute.
Continue to add Melting Candy in small amounts [as needed] until it has reached the edge of the shape, creating a flat and level surface.
Tap the mold on the counter one final time to release any air bubbles that may be trapped.
Keep an offset spatula, straight edge, or butter knife handy in case you need to smooth or level off your mold.
Place on a flat surface in the fridge for 10 minutes or until completely hard and cool to the touch. Do not chill in the freezer, the pieces may harden too quickly and cause the edges of the mold to curl.
Let the mold sit at room temperature for 1 minute before removing pieces.
First, remove the smaller pieces [like the skis, chimney pieces, and sign] by loosening the edges, then slowly pushing up from the bottom to push out each piece.
Then, slowly loosen the long sides of each mold piece—these are the sturdiest sides, and by removing them first, you reduce the risk of cracking. Continue peeling back the remaining cavity edges, working from the outside of the mold inward.
If any pieces break during this process, no fret! Adhere them back together with Melting Candy or remelt the piece and add it back to the mold to reset.
After pieces are removed, trim off any excess chocolate to achieve clean lines.
Before handling the chocolate pieces, put on a pair of disposable gloves. Using a barrier method on your hands will prevent your natural oils from transferring onto the chocolate, aka fingerprints.
Start from the red arrows, peel the mold away from the Melting Candy to remove the pieces. Work slowly as pieces are fragile when cold.
Before assembling your Winter Chalet, use clean brushes to decorate and dust the sides, windows, roof, and accessories with Edible Glitter and Edible Shimmer. Use warm Melting Candy to adhere Fancy Sprinkle Stickers and Chalet All Day Fancy Sprinkles.
As needed, rewarm the remaining Melting Candy in the microwave according to packaging instructions. Review illustrated assembly instructions shown below, and assemble your chalet on top of a flat portable surface by adhering the mold pieces together using Melting Candy.
Before putting on the roof, fill the inside with treats for a holiday surprise.
Apply additional Edible Glitter, Edible Shimmer, and Fancy Sprinkles to the fully assembled house as desired and outlined in Step 5.
1. Remove chocolate candy pieces from the mold prior to assembly
2. Apply edible decorations before assembling
3. Use Melting Candy as glue
4. Sandwich the side panels between the front and back pieces
5. Adhere roof panels to house
6. Build the chimney, glue chimney to roof and decorate the Winter Chalet grounds
Q: What if my Winter Chalet pieces break?
A: Simply adhere back together with warm Melting Candy. If the fracture is at a point of no return, gradually re-melt the solid Melting Candy to its liquid state, and add it back to the mold to reset.
Q: What if I don’t have brushes?
A: You can use other items such as a Q-tip, paper towel [rolled to a point], or even your finger!
Q: Does my Fancy Winter Chalet need to be refrigerated?
A: No, it can be kept at room temperature. Avoid storing your house in direct sunlight or in high-heat rooms as it will cause your house to melt.
Q: Can I eat my Fancy Winter Chalet?
A: Yes! All components of your house are 100% edible [and quite delicious].
Q: Can I reuse my mold?
A: Yes! You can reuse your mold as many times as you’d like. You’ll need three bags of Melting Candy to create each Fancy Holiday Ski Chalet. Create a new design by using new Melting Candy colors, Edible Glitter, Edible Shimmer, and Fancy Sprinkles.