Max's Chocolate Chicken
Chocolate Chicken for Max and Ruby
When my children were just beginning to listen to stories I ran across the Max and Ruby stories. This cute little board books are not only appealing to babies and toddlers but continue to be interesting to children through preschool up to at least second grade. Max and his sister Ruby are bunnies are young bunnies. In the Story of , Max and Ruby are hunting for Easter eggs when Max discovers a Chocolate Chicken. Max's Chocolate Chicken
My children thought that that was a delightful idea so when Easter came around they wanted their own Chocolate Chicken. I am amazed to find that they still don't seem to be available commercially but I did discover molds for making your own.
Delight your children this year by helping them make their own Chocolate Chickens...
Max and Ruby Dolls - Max and Ruby Ty Beanie Babies
From the Manufacturer
Max loves trucks, mud, candy, and his big sister, Ruby! Ruby loves shopping, tea parties, and helping her little brother, Max!
Max's Chocolate Chicken Read Aloud - Max's Chocolate Chicken by Rosemary Wells
Max and his sister, Ruby, go on an Easter Egg Hunt and discover a Chocolate Chicken.
Chicken Mold - Chicken Mold for making a Chocolate Chicken
Hand-crafted 8-inch Chicken Cake Mold inspired by Old World design, makes self-standing, 3-dimensional cake that is truly unique and a show stopper on the table. Beautifully hand-cast and polished in heavy food grade aluminum. Includes complete and easy instructions. Molds such as this are fast becoming collectible heirlooms. Make in the USA.
Ruby's Chocolate Duck - Chocolate Duck Mold
At the end of the story, Ruby receives a Chocolate Duck. Here is a mold for making a chocolate duck.
This is a first quality, tough plastic mold. It is durable and reusable. It is not machine washable. Suitable for chocolate and soap making as well as plaster and concrete crafting. FDA approved.
How to Mold Chocolate - How to Mold your Chocolate Chicken
Molding a Chocolate Chicken is fairly easy if you follow these simple steps.
- Purchase either a block of chocolate or in a package of small disks of chocolate.
- Obtain a chicken mold.
- To temper the chocolate, melt it over a double boiler.
- Heat dark chocolate to 113 degrees Farenheit and cool to 88 degrees F. For milk chocolate, heat to 113 degrees F and cool to 82 degrees F.
- Pour melted chocolate into your chicken mold and roll the mold around until it has a thin even coating of chocolate.
- Put your Chicken mold in the freezer for 5 to 7 minutes.
- Take the mold out of the freezer and add another layer. You will probably need at least 7 layers.
- Your Chocolate Chicken should come out easily. If necessary you can tap the mold firmly against a counter.
How to make a Chocolate Bunny - Watch a Chocolate Bunny being made Professionally
Ken Slatter & Steven Howard demonstrate how an Easter Chocolate Bunny is made.
Chocolate for Making a Chocolate Chicken - 10 Pound Block of Chocolate
Now all you need is a large quantity of chocolate to mold into the shape of a Chocolate Chicken.
BrocÂ® 72110 ML Viscocity 90Â° Our most popular milk chocolate, this original Swiss formula has a predominant milk flavor and is less sweet. This is a 10 lb. Block. Note we only ship this item from Oct. 1st to April 1st, due to temperature. Also, note that we do not suggest orders shipped to locations where the temperature exceeds 65
Max and Ruby and The Chocolate Chicken
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