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How to Pipe Multi-Color Chocolate Doilies

A Video by Julia M Usher

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Heads up: It's not a cookie video, but the piping techniques shown here can bridge from chocolate to cookie pretty easily . . .


In a previous video, I showed you how to pipe single-color dark chocolate lace doilies freehand. In this video, I take that basic doily up a notch by piping semisweet chocolate and seven (yes, seven!) colors of tinted white chocolate into an intricate floral pattern. But have no fear! I use a straightforward tracing technique here, which takes the guesswork out of where to pipe all the colors. Untempered, this doily makes a striking underliner for a simple dessert or a cake topper to lay flat. If tempered, the chocolate will stay firm longer at room temperature, allowing this same method to be used to create freestanding chocolate decorations.


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  • Two 6-Inch Doilies: Chocolate and Photo by Julia M Usher
  • Doily Closeup!: Chocolate and Photo by Julia M Usher
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