White Chocolate Baby Heads

Lots of people get cravings for chocolate but this might put even the most die-hard of chocolate fans off- chocolate shaped like a BABY?S HEAD. But luckily no babies were hurt in the making of these INCR-EDIBLE faces as they are in fact made of solid white chocolate. Cake artist, Annabel de Vetten, 41, crafts each head by pouring melted white chocolate into specialist silicone moulds before hand -painting each head with edible food paint.

Lots of people get cravings for chocolate but this might put even the most die-hard of chocolate fans off- chocolate shaped like a BABY?S HEAD. But luckily no babies were hurt in the making of these INCR-EDIBLE faces as they are in fact made of solid white chocolate. Cake artist, Annabel de Vetten, 41, crafts each head by pouring melted white chocolate into specialist silicone moulds before hand -painting each head with edible food paint.

Lots of people get cravings for chocolate but this might put even the most die-hard of chocolate fans off- chocolate shaped like a BABY?S HEAD. But luckily no babies were hurt in the making of these INCR-EDIBLE faces as they are in fact made of solid white chocolate. Cake artist, Annabel de Vetten, 41, crafts each head by pouring melted white chocolate into specialist silicone moulds before hand -painting each head with edible food paint.

Lots of people get cravings for chocolate but this might put even the most die-hard of chocolate fans off- chocolate shaped like a BABY?S HEAD. But luckily no babies were hurt in the making of these INCR-EDIBLE faces as they are in fact made of solid white chocolate. Cake artist, Annabel de Vetten, 41, crafts each head by pouring melted white chocolate into specialist silicone moulds before hand -painting each head with edible food paint.

Lots of people get cravings for chocolate but this might put even the most die-hard of chocolate fans off- chocolate shaped like a BABY?S HEAD. But luckily no babies were hurt in the making of these INCR-EDIBLE faces as they are in fact made of solid white chocolate. Cake artist, Annabel de Vetten, 41, crafts each head by pouring melted white chocolate into specialist silicone moulds before hand -painting each head with edible food paint.