As I mentioned in my previous chocolate molding post, I also bought a chocolate mold specifically for covering Oreo cookies (the molds will be labeled as such, so you can be sure they will be deep enough to cover the Oreos completely). Once again, I will say I need to do a bit more research regarding melting and molding chocolate. This mold, like the dice mold I used prior, had a raised design surface.
I wanted to paint an outline of the glass with white and then "fill" the glass with pink to mimic a cosmopolitan. Had I chosen a simple design and used only one color of chocolate to start, I believe I would have been more successful. The extra step of staging colors and/or painting part of the mold is a whole other ballgame. It requires a steady hand and precision, which, I must admit, I lack. Here is an example of my difficulty with staying in the lines:
Perhaps if I had painting experience or had any artistic ability this would have come more naturally to me. Maybe, but I am going to go with the-chocolate-was-too-thick excuse (actually it was!). My next idea was to color the martini glass in all pink. This was easier, but not without error. I used a toothpick to trim the glass edges and hoped for the best. They turned out better:
Finally, after the chocolate has set and you ease them out of the mold and it's finally time to take a bite, it's all worth the effort!:
You can never go wrong with an Oreo cookie and smothering them in chocolate seems like the right thing to do. :) I recommend trying this, they would make a great snack, dessert, or party favors. You can put them on sticks and make chocolate covered Oreo lollipops (just make sure to use Double Stuff Oreos in place of the regular cookies). Happy Molding!!