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Heart Ganache is a recipe introduced in Cooking Mama Let's Cook!

Heart Ganache

Heart Ganache as it appears in Cooking Mama Let's Cook!

Info Edit

Ganache is a French chocolate confection that can be utilized in different consistencies including icing, frosting, and filling. To celebrate Valentine's Day in Cooking Mama Let's Cook!, ganache is molded into a heart shape with a cracker base.

Ganache is made by heating cream to a certain temperature before gently melting chocolate in the cream and stirred. This process ensures that the chocolate and cream combine together without causing it to seize, which could turn the chocolate into a clumpy, grainy mess. Butter is typically added to the mixture to add luster and smoothness.

Cooking Mama Let's Cook! Edit

Recipe Edit

  1. Mince it!
  2. Heat it in water!
  3. Crush it!
  4. Pour it!
  5. Place them in order!
  6. Chill it in the fridge!

Ingredients Edit

  • Couverture Chocolate
  • Fresh Cream
  • Crackers
  • Pink Candy Hearts
  • Silver Dragées
  • Yellow Candy Stars

Cooking Mama: Sweet Shop Edit

In this game, the player can make Heart-shaped Chocolate, which does not use chocolate ganache, but instead uses tempered chocolate, which has been heated and cooled at specific temperature ranges to create a shiny and clean texture.

Recipe Edit

  1. Mince it!
  2. Heat it in hot water!
  3. Temper it!
  4. Pour it!
  5. Chill it in the fridge!
  6. Draw a picture!

Ingredients Edit

  • Couverture Chocolate
  • White Icing
  • Pink Icing
  • Yellow Icing

Trivia Edit

  • Although ganache is made with adding chocolate to heated cream, Cooking Mama Let's Cook prepares it the other way around, which would have ruined the texture in real life due to seizing.

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