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Clear Cake Collars
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- Pk/ 10 Strips
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Clear Cake Collars Clear Acetate Strips measure 4 X 28 1/2 inches, used around the sides of desserts and cakes to hold filling in. Use for pudding filled cakes for a decorative outside appearance. Also used for adding chocolate trimmings to sides of an iced cake. Use to make chocolate bows. Simply cut bow loop lengths. Spread melted chocolate down the strip evenly using a small bent spatula. Fold chocolate side in and pinch ends together. When set, remove collar strip. Now you are ready to place the bow loops around in a circle, adding more loops to the middle to build the bow. Pk/ 10
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My first use was a success, and I used a combination of dark chocolate candy melts and chocolate almond bark. It didn't take long for the chocolate to set up enough to wrap around the cake. Hint: cover work surface with freezer paper to help with clean-up. Make sure your cake is level and that the sides are straight. Crumb coat the cake.
First, I made a design with the dark chocolate and let that set up slightly (I lifted up one end of the collar several times while it cooled off a little, to prevent it from drying flat). Then I used an offset spatula to gently spread the second color over the entire strip. After a few minutes, I picked it up by the top corners and wrapped it around my crumb coated cake (no need to 'smooth' it after it's in place). Let the bottom of the strip rest on the cake board or plate all the way around the cake. There was a slight overlap where the ends met. After the collar is in place, replace the chocolate in the corners where your fingers held the collar. Chill in the refrigerator, and slowly remove the collar when the chocolate is cold. I then piped rosettes to cover the top of the cake.