How to Make a Chocolate Flower

how to make a chocolate flower
Chocolate Flowers are a beautiful addition to any cake and even though they look complicated they are reasonably easy to make.

Watch the chocolate flower video below for a step by step tutorial.

How to temper chocolate and what chocolate to use for chocolate decorations

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Hi I'm Ann, food scientist, dietitian, wife, mum to 3 boys. Join me each week for desserts, chocolate and cakes.
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56 Responses to How to Make a Chocolate Flower

  1. Hello, after reading this awesome paragraph i am as well delighted to share my know-how here
    with colleagues.

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  3. Zai says:

    Hi Anne,

    I tried the white chocolate flowers and the chocolate cake as well. it turned out exactly like you had shown and tasted awesome. Thanks for posting recipes that actually work and do what they are suppose to do. And also for showing techniques that actually work and that a novice can do. Love your work. Do you hold classes or demo’s? I would seriously consider flying from NZ to attend one of those. Thanks

  4. Ursula says:

    Hi ann
    you are amazing, I love everything.i am you new best friend. You are super cool girl

  5. Bharat.Bum says:

    Ann where is dat,
    wich u said
    difference between compound,fake,real chocalate,i dint found.

  6. Saroop Sohal says:

    i love your chocolate ideas !!!

  7. Shree says:

    I learnt so much from your videos. Thanks a million for sharing your expertise knowledge. God bless you and your talents.

  8. Ammal says:

    Hi Anna I just want to thank u. For your lovely tips and sharing your skills here in canad I have to pay for those lessons thank you again ang had bless u and your family I saw your Thomas video my twin boys are turning
    Three years in 22 can you tell me where or how you get the pepper to cut Thomas fondant bodey shaps and thank you

  9. rahila says:

    thank you so much for sharing your brilliant work and ideas……
    i’ve learnt so much

  10. Ngo says:

    Hi Ann, I have a question . I use chocolate (melt). Every time I have it ready melted in my pipping bag not long after the chocolate will get harden so quickly, is there anyway I can melt the chocolate again without making a mess or throwing it out and make new ones????? Help :) thanks

  11. Alina D. says:

    What type of chocolate did you use???

  12. Helga says:

    How beautiful! Thank you for sharing.

  13. Andrea says:

    hola Ann, es hermoso todo lo que tu haces sobre todo me sorprende que una pastelera tan creativa sea generosa al compartir con nosotros sus secretos, que Dios te bendiga y por favor enseƱanos todo

  14. Sherou says:

    Amazing !!! Your a star … Thanx for sharing your brilliant ideas!!

  15. Angelina says:

    Could you specify how much chocolate you used for two flowers? Like in grams? I’m so excited to try this one out for my chocolate cake! Thank you so much, you and David Lebovitz are my chocolate idols! xoxo

  16. Alona Sarria says:

    thank you very much Ann for the tutorial…its very helpful to a begginers
    like me..^_^

  17. Sharmistha Pal says:

    Hi Ann

    I tried this last night and it came out quite well. But not as good as you have done it. :(
    Thanks a lot for sharing this idea.


  18. Chris says:

    These look amazing. I was wondering approximately how much chocolate you would need for two flowers? Thanks so much!

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