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Cheesecake Chocolate Cups Tutorial by claremanson Cheesecake Chocolate Cups Tutorial by claremanson
Here it is, the recipe many of you have been waiting for. Hope i made my chocolate cups with cheesecake.

Basic chocolate cup shells are so easy to make as long as you let them set fully and can be used to hold many desserts, mousse, ice cream, truffles, the list goes on.

I tried to make it as simple to follow as possible, if you have any questions please ask and if you make them i would love to see a photo of them.



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:iconnelah:
Thanks for this recipe!! I made it yesterday and it turned out well :) There is a little trick how to peel the form off, but I handled it:happybounce: This cups are delicious and easy to make (and my boyfriend love itLove ) So thanks for sharingHug and Im waiting for new recipes. 
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:iconphylonoe:
ok I so gonna make this to my family for christmas!!
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claremanson Dec 21, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Enjoy :)
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:iconphylonoe:
oh we did!! thanks for posting this! 
I wish you a happy and creative new year! :)
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claremanson Jan 6, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
You too :)
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MsBrock Sep 26, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I wanted to make little zephyr baskets for my mother (she had a birthday) but I made the baskets with chocolate (with this tutorial help) and it game out delicious :aww: !!! Thank you so much for this idea, I love that :love: thank you thank you thank you!!! :hug:
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claremanson Sep 26, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Always love to hear when my recipes to help to make all sorts of things, so glad you liked it :hug:
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:iconaquietus1027:
I'm looking forward to getting fat off of this. ^~^!
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claremanson Sep 17, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
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:iconantimania:
i made it both in silicon and paper forms and it did work out very well :) all i needed to do was not letting the paper ones disform by too much or too less chocolate on the sides, and be very careful with disconnecting the form form the chocolate later. :) Thank You very much for the recipe
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