Someone took a chocolate bar and melted it down in a ben yom fleishig pot. They then pour the chocolate onto a cheese cake. Is the cheese cake muter to eat with the chocolate?
The Rema (Yoreh De’ah 95:2) writes that bedieved, it is permitted to eat the combination — though lechatchilah it is not permitted to mix something cooked in a ben-yomo meaty pot with dairy food.
Once poured into the cheese cake, the situation is bedieved, and it is permitted for consumption.
The answer assumes of course that the chocolate was parev.