Of chocolate spiders.

If you have noticed, I have been having way too much fun ‘testing out’ our new Halloween themed goodies. Well, I have to make sure they WORK and am pleased to report that they do work like a dream! 😀 Any excuse to use our moulds!

This is a cool spiders on web mould. The mould has the spider indented in it already. I piped in milk chocolate first to form the spider. My spider legs were a bit off.

Chocolate Spider in a mould

I decided to pipe a border along the web just for fun. Its really up to you, what you want to add to your chocolate design. The border is not indented to the mould.

Chocolate border spider web

Allow your first layer of chocolate to set slightly. I just popped the mould in the fridge for a few minutes whilst I melted my white chocolate which will be the 2nd layer. Whoop, first layer is ready. Spooned lush melted white chocolate to fill the mould. Tap on your work surface to release air bubbles.

Chocolate moulds in use

Chocolate Spider sitting in its Halloween mould

Allow to set 🙂 and then VOILA!

Chocolate Spider made with Baked By Me's mould

The messed up legs are not very noticeable at all. Hooray!

Chocolate Spider made with Baked By Me's Halloween mould

Try them out today, the mould is available on HERE. We have flat rate UK delivery at £2.99 no matter how much you order. Our moulds are relatively light and we will be able to post to Europe at the same price £2.99. Rest of the world £3.50. For international orders, you can email or message us your orders. We get quite a few worldwide orders from our Facebook and Twitter pages.

Hope you like our step by step guide to using our moulds 🙂




3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Chocolate Walks (@chocolatewalks)
    Sep 07, 2013 @ 20:44:17

    Chocolate spiders what a nice idea 🙂


  2. Amber@BareNaturalMommy
    Sep 18, 2013 @ 19:57:20

    I love that idea! My 3-year-old would eat those up no problem. Beautiful pictures you have on your blog.


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