The chocolate candle that melts on the cake

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I loved this chocolate candle that melts on the cake. Normally, chocolate fondants usually have an area of ​​liquid chocolate inside them that comes to light when the cake is broken, showing its secret content.

This time the process is just the other way around as the chocolate flows over the outside of the cake, giving a fountain effect. It is a candle-shaped chocolate cylinder that melts as the flame of the wick that it hides inside reaches it.

A detail of the design allows us to see how the upper part of the cake on which the candle is placed is concave to retain a good part of the melted chocolate. In addition, it has grooves that help the melted chocolate reach the plate, flowing through them.

I'm sure chocolate fans will find this candle amusing, and will buy a few refills for upcoming birthdays, because this melting chocolate candle looks really good. Don't you feel like just seeing it?

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