Chapter 19. White Chocolate Skulls in PLA Trays

The white chocolate skulls, with red chocolate oil
Figure 19-1. The white chocolate skulls, with red chocolate oil

Every Halloween I make treats to give away. I don a costume and distribute them to everyone I meet during my Halloween travels. I call it “reverse trick-o-treating.” During October of 2012, I created a 3D-printed chocolate mold maker and individual trays in which to place the chocolates before bagging them. To cast the chocolates, I used food-safe silicone to make the final chocolate mold (Figure 19-1) from the 3D-printed mold maker.

I had scanned the skull a few months ...

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