These leaves are easy to make using melted chocolate. You can use milk, dark, and white chocolate. We colored white chocolate using a pink chocolate oil-based food color (available from kitchen stores or online). 


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You will need:
melted chocolate (milk, dark or white)
pesticide-free leaves
paintbrush
  1. Gather pesticide-free leaves from the garden.
  2. Wash and dry them.
  3. Use a small clean paint brush to brush the melted chocolate on the back of the leaf.
  4. Place on a parchment paper-lined tray to set. To give leaves a natural shape, place the leaves over the round handle of a wooden spoon.
  5. Once set, carefully peel away leaf.
  6. Use to decorate cakes and desserts or present in a pretty box and give as a gift.

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These leaves are easy to make using melted chocolate. You use a real leaf as your mold. You can use milk, dark, and white chocolate. We colored white chocolate using a pink chocolate oil-based food color (available from kitchen stores or online).

These leaves are easy to make using melted chocolate. You use a real leaf as your mold. You can use milk, dark, and white chocolate. We colored white chocolate using a pink chocolate oil-based food color (available from kitchen stores or online).
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