Question: What Chocolate Do You Use For Molds?

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What type of chocolate do you use for molds?

Chocolate for Molding

Couverture is high-quality chocolate. Dark chocolate couverture contains cocoa liquor, sugar, cocoa butter, and vanilla. This kind of chocolate tastes the best by far, but it is expensive and harder to work with because it requires tempering.

Can I use normal chocolate for molds?

Confectionary chocolate—cheaper chocolates rich in carbohydrates and sugar—contain vegetable fat instead of cocoa butter. You can use any chocolate for molded chocolate. In general, anything with vegetable fat (most store-bought chocolates) is going to be easier to melt but not as tasty.

How do you melt chocolate for molds?

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What is the best chocolate to melt?

10 Best Chocolates For Melting

  • Nestle Toll House Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels.
  • Oasis Supply Mercken’s Chocolate Wafers Candy Making Supplies.
  • Wilton Microwaveable Real Milk Chocolate Melting Chocolates.
  • ChocoMaker Fondue Dipping Candy Milk Chocolate.
  • Merckens Milk Chocolate Melts.
  • Ghirardelli Chocolate Melting Wafers.
  • Hershey’s Kitchens Baking Chips.

How do you make homemade chocolate molds?

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How do you make chocolate molds at home?

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