Enjoy Star Wars with Caramel-filled Dark Chocolate Han Solos (in Carbonite, no less) and White Chocolate Storm Troopers!
The day that all Star Wars fans have been waiting for has finally arrived! If the force is not strong with you and you are uninformed, Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens will be released on December 18th. Nerds all around the world celebrate! Im permitted to say that, since Im one of them.
To mark the occasion, I created a batch of Star Wars confectionery, namely White Chocolate Storm Troopers and Caramel-filled Dark Chocolate Han Solos in Carbonite.
I like to refer to them as “perfectly flawed.” It was late, I’d had a few glasses of wine, and I was perilously close to running out of supplies.
In addition, I was nervous about the movie’s release. Isn’t it normal to make Star Wars sweets at 2 a.m. on a Thursday?
Did you know Han Solo doesn’t bleed, but rather oozes caramel? So now you know.
He’s the most delectable frozen delicacy in my home, second only to ice cream.
If you’re seeking for these molds, I discovered these silicone Star Wars molds on Amazon.
This recipe is highly customizable
You may choose from a variety of silicone Star Wars molds, chocolate melting wafers (I like dark chocolate), and whether or not you want to incorporate caramel in the center (but seriously, just do it).
You could add sprinkles, dip them into another layer of chocolate if you wanted (but be advised, you’d lose part of the intricacy from the molds), you could do anything you want.
It means the dietary information is scattered, and your results and mileage may vary, but that’s also part of the fun!
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Star Wars Fan Candy
- Silicone Star Wars mold
- colors you like For the Storm Troopers, I suggest white chocolate! Any sort of chocolate wafers melted
- If you prepare your own caramel sauce, make sure it cools to room temperature.
- Sprinkles or any preferred embellishments
- etc. before adding the remainder of the chocolate.
Melt chocolate wafers according to package directions, then pour into molds. To add faces and other features, just use a toothpick or a tiny (clean and food safe) paintbrush to color in anything you want on the interior of each mold with your choice chocolate.
- Put in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours to properly set.
- Take them out and enjoy them!