Make'n Mold Vanilla-Flavored Melting Candy Wafers Light Green, 12 Ounce

Make'n Mold Vanilla-Flavored Melting Candy Wafers Light Green, 12 Ounce

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Make N' Mold
Regular price
$16.68
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$16.68

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  • Display in candy bowls, melted to cover dried fruit or nuts, or melted to create mouthwatering fondue; gluten free; these chocolates can be melted on the stove, in a fondue fountain, or in the microwave; instructions are printed on bag; these creamy milk chocolate wafers are playful and romantic; they can be displayed in candy bowls, melted to cover dried fruit or nuts, or melted to create mouthwatering fondue; these chocolates can be melted on the stove, in a fondue fountain, or in microwave
  • Made with palm kernel oil for a smooth finished look after cooling with no tempering required; gluten free; ingredients: sugar, palm kernel oil and hydrogenated palm kernel oil, whole milk solids, reduced mineral whey powder, nonfat dry milk solids, soya lecithin (an emulsifier), artificial color (yellow lake #5, blue lake #1), salt and artificial flavor; certified OU dairy kosher; ALLERGEN INFO: contains milk and soy; may contain trace amounts of peanuts due to common processing equipment
  • Not actual chocolate, candy wafers are also known in the culinary world as compound coating or confectionery coating; a candy wafer is a chocolate-like product where the cocoa butter has been replaced with a different fat, usually palm kernel oil; with cocoa butter out of the picture, you will not have to temper this product to achieve shine, snap, and a smooth mouth feel; when using candy wafers, you need to melt the wafers completely and chill the finished product to ensure proper setup
  • Candy wafers are similar to chocolate but have a few differences, which make them easier to work with; for example, if you ever try to melt chocolate chips or chocolate bars, you may end up with a fudge-like mass that is too thick for drizzling, fondue, or painting inside a candy mold -- or worse, have the finished piece look white-ish gray and streaky after it set; candy wafers are easier to work with than chocolate, have comparable flavor, and yield a professional-looking product every time
  • The microwave is the most popular means of melting candy wafers because it is a dry-heat method that is quick and convenient for people in their home kitchen: using a microwave-safe bowl, heat candy wafers at 50-percent power for 30-second intervals until wafers are melted; make sure to stir in betw. each 30-second round in the microwave: candy wafers will not change shape unless they are stirred; another melting method is the double boiler; instructions on package for melting with double boiler