5 Modeling Chocolate Seashell Designs

Modeling Chocolate Seashells

Here’s how to decorate a beach themed cake with FIVE kinds of edible seashells hand sculpted in modeling chocolate. These designs are appropriate for a wedding cake, birthday cake, baby shower cake, or any special occasion cake. Click below to view the video and read the article … Continue reading

How to Paint Modeling Chocolate

How to Paint on Modeling Chocolate

It’s entirely possible to paint edible colors and designs onto modeling chocolate. However, modeling chocolate doesn’t perform the same as fondant or gumpaste. Because of the high fat content, it’s less absorbent. Its surface is rather slick, sometimes even oily. … Continue reading

Modeling Chocolate Kanzashi Flowers

Folded Modeling Chocolate Kanzashi Flower

This style of folded modeling chocolate flower is an adaptation of a Japanese ribbon technique known in English as Tsumami Kanzashi. These flowers make beautiful 3D edible cake decorations. Click below to watch the video and read the article Modeling Chocolate Kanzashi Flowers Click on the link below to watch the … Continue reading

10 Reasons to Buy my Book

Ten Reasons to Buy Cake Decorating with Modeling Chocolate

A Buzzfeed style plug by Wicked Goodies Click below to read the article >> 10 Reasons to Buy My Book<< >> 10 Reasons to Buy My Book<<  Click above to read the article … Continue reading

Doll Cake Video Tutorial

This is a five part 3D princess doll cake tutorial with 5 short videos (10 minutes total) demonstrating various techniques with buttercream frosting and modeling chocolate. Click below to access the >>Princess Doll Cake Video Tutorial << Click below to access the … Continue reading

Modeling Chocolate Flags

Modeling Chocolate Flags Wicked Goodies

Happy almost 4th of July! This tutorial demonstrates how to make modeling chocolate flags for draping over the chocolate banisters of a ferry boat cake. These edible flag cake decorations are red white and blue but you could make them in any color to … Continue reading

Chocolate Garter Belt Video Tutorial

Modeling Chocolate Garter Belt Cake Decoration

This video tutorial demonstrates how to make lace or garter belt cake wraps made of white and dark modeling chocolate decorated with piped chocolate. Click below for the full tutorial: >> VIDEO: Chocolate Garter Belt Tutorial << >> VIDEO: Chocolate Garter Belt Tutorial <<   … Continue reading

Choco-Willy

How to Make a Penis Cake Decoration

WARNING! ***Naughty Cake Tutorial Alert*** Here is a free video tutorial on how to make a chocolate cock cake topper. No real body parts are shown however there are some graphic photos of edible willies. Click below to check out my >> Chocolate … Continue reading

Blue Ombre Bling Cake

Blue Ombre Bling Wedding Cake Wicked Goodies

This video tutorial shows how decorate a square buttercream frosted wedding cake with an ombre modeling chocolate design that includes a piped royal icing pattern and a little bling. This would be a great project for a cake decorator who wants to … Continue reading

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Cake Decorating with Modeling Chocolate book by Kristen Coniaris

My modeling chocolate book is now available at public libraries in the following U.S. cities. That means you may be able to request it through your local network and check it out for free!  Public libraries/networks that have my book Phoenix, AZ … Continue reading

How to Make Modeling Chocolate Figurines

How to Make Modeling Chocolate Figurines

Here is a video in fast forward of the making of these modeling chocolate and royal icing figurines for my gingerbread house competition piece from this year. Video Tutorial How to Make Modeling Chocolate Figurines Step by Step: These modeling chocolate figurines are … Continue reading

Chocolate Skulls Video

How to Make Edible Skulls by Wicked Goodies

These 3D modeling chocolate skull decorations were used as garnish along with modeling chocolate garter belts on this brightly colored topsy turvy wedding cake. The video highlights part of the sculpting process in fast-forward. If you follow this link, you can view the tools … Continue reading

Book Trailer

Kristen Coniaris of Wicked Goodies

Here is the book trailer for Cake Decorating with Modeling Chocolate. Book Trailer, Cake Decorating with Modeling Chocolate Free Tutorials … Continue reading

How to Make a Boat Cake

How to Make a Boat Cake by Wicked Goodies

This 3D cake adventure involves modeling chocolate, piped chocolate, malt balls, buttercream frosting, dowel infrastructure, carved cake construction, and Pepperidge Farm Pirouette Rolled Wafers. This boat wedding cake was designed for a couple that met at the 2009 San Diego Singles Conference on a … Continue reading

How to Make a Car Cake

How to Make a Car Cake by Wicked Goodies

The classic car is a wildly popular cake design for groom’s cakes, men’s birthday cakes, and father’s day cakes. This tutorial demonstrates how to make an easy 3D car cake with minimal carving. This particular groom’s cake was customized for … Continue reading

Elephant Cupcake Tutorial

How to Make Elephant Cupcakes

These cupcakes were made along with some other zoo animal designs for the birthday of an adorable one-year-old boy. Items Needed Filled cupcakes, frosted with vanilla buttercream Light blue modeling chocolate or fondant Round cutter, 1” (25 mm) diameter Rolled modeling … Continue reading

How to Make a Motorcycle Cake

Motorcycle Cake by Wicked Goodies 2

The yummiest kind of motorbike for ripping up single track is made of modeling chocolate. This motorcycle cake tutorial is for cake decorators who find themselves challenged by designs that involve two-wheel vehicles, i.e. bicycles, dirt bikes, scooters etc. Because the … Continue reading

How to Make a Pig Cake

The challenge of the creature cake involves striking a balance between realistic and yummy. Here, modeling chocolate combined with fondant makes piggish features possible while yumminess is conveyed in a chocolate buttercream mud puddle, splashes of dark chocolate glaze, truffles, malt balls, … Continue reading

Useful Modeling Chocolate Tools

Modeling Chocolate Equipment

The ideal working environment for modeling chocolate is a cool, 65°F (18°C), dry room with clean surfaces and equipment. Do not work directly in sunlight. Minimize contact with moisture and humidity. The optimal tabletop is clean, smooth, and made from a … Continue reading