I am planning on making a cute little desert for my family that involves steam melting (putting the bars in a glass bowl under steam) hersheys Cookies and Cream chocolate bars and then pouring them in a ice tray as a mold. However I want to coat the White Chocolate in the Milk Chocolate upon pouring them into the mold. Any ideas of how i could do that due to it seeming quite impossible in my mind?
Basically, you have to either pour the hot one over the cold one, or dip cold in hot.
Freeze the first solid section in the moulds, then set on a wire baking tray & pour over your second layer. This method will bind to the wire if you're not careful.
Alternatively, dip the cold in the hot & lay on a non-stick surface. This method tends to spread out a bit, so leave plenty of room around each chunk. Alternatively, don't dip to full-depth to allow for some run-off.
DaringGourmet has a recipe showing both methods, though over a different substrate - Marzipan Truffles