The bowl worked with the cling wrap - very easily too - but had to throw it out coz bits of the cling wrap became set in the choc bowl. Lol
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08-01-2014 23:55 #11
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09-01-2014 12:23 #12
i tried this cake and failed miserably, i just broke up the chocolate bits and added them to the decoration, there was only so many times i could remelt the chocolate
09-01-2014 12:39 #13
Don't lose faith. this is mine. dd1 used a real hammer (brand new one) to smash it open. Peoples reactions were priceless. They loved it. It is still talked about years later. I remember using a quite flexible bowl, putting a very thick later of chocolate on and putting it in the freezer.
09-01-2014 14:30 #14
Thanks. Haven't lost faith - will keep trying for the next birthday in feb
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