Chocolate melts come in so many colors, check out the Merckens color chart of the colors they have, as well as what you can mix the colors to create…. Hope this helps! Today I am excited to share my secrets, tips, and tricks for how to melt chocolate for dipping! But I am not sure the proportions. Did I do something wrong? Dip, then refrigerate. Helpful Hint: It is important not to overheat your chocolate. or you are likely to have the chocolate police show up and take away your chocolate. While the balls are in the refrigerator, melt the chocolate or candy, to use for coating … Stir, and if you need a few more seconds, microwave them a bit more. Could I re-melt again over the pot if is hardened after a while? The ingredients. Stir in between each 30-second interval. Required fields are marked *. If you haven’t, check out Miss Candiquik’s blog -(aka Sarah) where you’ll find lots of great ideas and recipes as well as tips and tricks. The heating times. Thanks so much for your tips. Why isn’t my chocolate setting up? Dip pretzels in melted wafers. https://www.food.com/recipe/perfect-dipping-chocolate-199367 Thank you. Vegetable oil is my life saver and I rarely melt chocolate without it! If the chocolate is too hot and runny, then it is likely that your sprinkles will fall off, and take gobs of chocolate with them. I have a Fondue Fountain, if I leave off the tiers on it, could I use just the base and bowl part to melt my chocolate and keep it melted? Is there anything you can do to save overheated chocolate? Can a solid chocolate candy Easter bunny be melted down and used for dipping peanut butter balls, and your suggestions. Chocolate can actually retain its shape while being completely melted, so if you go by sight alone, you will overheat your chocolate! So let the little buggers warm up and you’ll get a nice smooth coat of chocolate. Adding a bit of oil will help you be able to reheat it though. God Bless and have a wonderful Merry Christmas.
Géraldine LeBlanc from Chéticamp, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada . Also, be sure to melt on 50% or lower power! The symptoms of overheated chocolate are tricky to spot because they are similar to chocolate that is not yet fully melted. I always have these on hand, and often add a teaspoon or so to my chocolate – my theory is always start with a tiny bit, as it’s easy to add more, but once you add too much of anything – that’s a whole other problem. I wonder why paraffin wasn't mentioned as a way to set the chocolate on the finished product? Great big sprinkles weigh more, and thus are a bit more likely to fall off or slide around on your cake pop. The other issue could be that it is just hot outside. See our privacy policy for more info Filed Under: Recipes. I have not experimented with trying to keep the chocolate soft. best $30 I spent, I won't melt chocolate in anything else. Yes, if white chocolate is overheated, it will turn brown. We advise you to always follow manufacturer instructions, take appropriate safety precautions and hire a professional when in doubt. Hi! Great … Pour into a piping bag and snip off the end. Vanilla and chocolateare my go-to flavors for crowd-pleasing pops. Melt the coating in a 2-cup liquid … And remember never mix your chocolate and water or you are likely to have the chocolate police show up and take away your chocolate. omg im glad I found this site—I just tried to make my first cake pops–first used a cake pop baking machine-first time for that too–that part went great once I got the technique down however–my chocolate dipping pot I used chocolate chips from hersheys and it was way way too heavy for the pop and I gave up and just took the cake pop before chocolate put it into a baggie and nipped the end and just spritz them with the chocolate that way, This post may contain affiliate links, please see our. My initial guess is that you added too much oil to the chocolate. Thank you for the idea with the vegetable oil, I was melting white chocolate for oreo cookie balls and over heated it, the vegetable oil saved my cookies. Place balls on a lined baking sheet. My chocolate was ruined stiff as could be tried the water added it twice and kept stirring added a little bit ofparaffin wax and it turned out awesome thank you so much for your tip ???? Melting chocolate is called melting chocolate or melting waffers. When melting chocolate in the microwave, place the chocolate in a microwave-safe dish (I use a mug or a. This is what I pick up if I’m at Walmart. an entire box of cake mix made about 4 dozen, it took few hours to get them all done, probably partly cause I hadn't made them before. The melted chocolate in that melting pot stayed perfect the entire time. These are very common questions. This is a great way to ensure you do not overheat your chocolate. I tried to melt chocolate chips with the vegetable oil & it seems like it doesn't harden. Oils. Republishing posts in their entirety is strictly prohibited. Hungry Happenings – Chocolate Making Tips (this is a must read). I have found that Guittard chocolate melting wafers work fabulously. Delicious Recipes For Easy Meals, Desserts, Cookies, Cakes, Breads, Brownies And More! I've found it helpful, but only used a small amount. because - Yes! That is definitely an issue. My save was to carefully whisk in some semi-sweet chocolate chips till the consistency pleased me. (The often try to make shaped chocolate NOT melt You can always try it and see, but I can not make any guarantees that it will work the same or well. It often comes in handy at my house too :)

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Ashley, Glad you posted this: unfortunately I've been on the receiving end of poorly melted (ruined) chocolate. Tastes fine. Stephanie - nope, I just eye ball it! Cake balls are bite-sized morsels made of crumbled cake held together with icing. Required fields are marked *. So you will only want to use a touch of oil. Easy to melt, don't have to worry much about the right temperature for dipping, makes a thinner coating (not too thick, not too thin, just right), etc. However milk chocolate is a bit more heat sensitive then darker chocolate so it takes a bit more care. Sorry…my brain is going faster than I can type . There is a fine line between melted chocolate and overheated chocolate so just be careful. Whatever you us… Almost anything tastes better dipped in chocolate! I find that it melts smoothly, quickly and easily, and you can melt it right in the container it comes in, which is great for clean up. Drizzled over the top of the "cranberry bliss" bars & the contrast looks cool! (Adding oil to the chocolate was your downfall.) how do i prevent that. Melt white chocolate in microwave as directed on package. For example, your candy may be technically melted, but a thicker consistency. It can also thin out melted Candy Melts candy that has been over-heated so nothing goes to waste! It’s important to have patience when you are dipping items in chocolate. We love it when you use our site for inspiration, but by using it, you agree that you do so at your own risk. I almost always heat all of my chocolate, no matter what brand, at 50% power in my microwave and in very short bursts – usually starting with 30 seconds and then going 10-15 seconds at a time after that. Thank you for information, it was so helpful! . To melt in a double boiler, place a small amount of water in the bottom pan of a double boiler, the water should not touch the top pot. You don’t want to freeze anything for too long, or you can experience some cracking when your chocolate dries, and the cake pop expands slightly. Melting the candy and; Dipping the cake pops; Part 1: melting the candy or chocolate. Before you melt your chocolate, add a little vegetable oil. This will make the dipping process easier. Chocolate benefits from slow melting and should not be overheated to avoid burning and "seizing" up to a solid lump. When the chocolate is cooled, it hardens. I NEVER throw away chocolate, it can always be used for brownies, cakes etc. But the chocolate soften at room temperature. or before it is hard. Typically this happens if the chocolate gets too hot and dried out. The little bit of oil makes a world of difference. easy cleanup too, the little bucket the chocolate goes in is flexible, so ones the chocolate cools, you can just squeeze it a lil and it pops right off. You can lower the melting temperature a bit more and check and stir it a little more often and it should melt for you!

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Ashley
, Lara,

Unfortunately there is nothing you can do to save overheated chocolate...except perhaps grab a spoon and eat it :)

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www.simplydesigning.blogspot.com. hahahaha! EZ Thin is great for thinning out the consistency of your candy for easier dipping, drizzling and dunking. Meredith – I usually use a 2 cup wide mouth glass measuring cup and then reheat it if it starts to harden up before I’m done. Yes, it sounds like you had too much oil. I would melt it at a lower heat. Ann,

The chocolate should never be too hot to melt the marshmallow. Melting Candy. does milk chocolate melt? mine turn out difficult to dip with ... anyway it's my first time and will try out next time. Once the chocolate “pool” starts to run down, I usually spoon the chocolate on or over whatever I’m dipping. Have you tried coconut oil? https://www.landolakes.com/recipe/17471/chocolate-for-dipping Chocolate covered pretzels, marshmallows, cookies, strawberries, bananas, raspberries...I love chocolate covered treats! When your chocolate (or melting chocolate) is almost completely melted, just stir it. Place the chocolate chips or melting chocolate in the top pot and start heating. It can make the chocolate a bit softer. I tried making chocolate dipped pizzelles. For easy dipping of cake pops, cake balls, cookies and more, we suggest adding EZ Thin Dipping Aid to your Candy Melts candy. (Don't use this with candy melts or melting chocolate though, just regular chocolate.). Here are two great links discussing different chocolates…, Pint Sized Baker –  A comparison of three different types of chocolates. I highly recommend people DON'T melt in the microwave - you're just asking for trouble.
http://www.ChocoholicWorld.com. I put them in fridge to harden and took out and left them room temperature . White chocolate can become any color once I cover it in some sanding sugar. Chop the chocolate into small pieces with a serrated knife. AND do you melt a lot of chocolate so there is always a ‘pool’ of chocolate to dip up until the last one? I overcooked my white bark - too much for dipping so I threw in some dry roasted peanuts and some dried cranberries, mixed it up and dropped spoonfuls into a mini muffin pan, mmmgood delicious. Can I add colors and flavors to my chocolate? Simply melt semisweet chocolate by itself or with a little cream or butter. As far as flavors – I don’t love flavored chocolate coatings, but if I do want to use them. Refrigerate for 2 hours or freeze for 1 hour. Don’t get me wrong, I love chocolate chips and use a lot of them, but not for items I’m dipping in chocolate. Why is my chocolate so thick? They melt fairly easily and harden up nicely. Melting Chocolate To Make Cake Pops Pretzels Covered Marshmallowore Love From The Oven. Give your pops a dunk in Wilton Candy Melts! I made chocolate covered caramels and it turned out great. Your the best!!! Best of luck! It looks chunky not smooth. Melting candy is the act of taking your candy from a solid state to a semi-liquid state. One of the topics I see come up the most often in my comments has to do with melting chocolate. You can see a video of me making chocolate pretzels here, which shows how I tap, tap, tap the excess chocolate off prior to covering my pretzel in sprinkles. Again, that’s just my little opinion. I know you linked to me like a year ago, but this week I just got a bunch of hits popping up from you linking to me here! Chocolate can be reheated carefully...but it will start to dry out and will reach a point where you can no longer re-heat it. Once you overheat chocolate, which can be done much more quickly than many people realize, it will become very difficult to work with. The flavors vary. When I looked they were grainy looking Help, Pops turned grainy .How can I prevent my chocolate lollipops from seizing They looked great for one day. Another factor is the weight of the sprinkles. Find out more in my Privacy Policy. Overheated chocolate will be thick, chunky and dry. I’m not crazy about the chocolate, but the vanilla is fine. If you dip anything in chocolate more than a few times a year, I highly recommend ordering a bag. There’s sort of a middle ground you have to find, and for me it’s a combination of patience and tapping off excess chocolate. So what chocolate do I use? I had a difficult time picking my chocolate – and of course went with the nestle chips – the ones you say no on! Paramount Crystals are made of vegetable oils and are used to help thin out your chocolate. I don't use veggie oil and it turns out like crap. Take a handful of the chocolate chips and melt them in the microwave for 30 seconds. Melt them in the Chocolate Pro Melting Pot. Can I mix semi-sweet chocolate chips with dark chocolate chips together for melting? I cant seem to get it smooth enough, Is choc chips considered melting chocolate?

You can also put your chocolates outside in your cool garage or in your fridge to help them set too!

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Ashley. Veggie oil isn't necessary but it helps a lot to prevent overheating and giving the chocolate a very smooth consistency. I still have enough leftover chocolate and white chocolate for 2 more batches. When your chocolate is mostly melted, use smaller intervals, 20 seconds, 10 seconds, 8 seconds. The Slow Cooker Method (Aka the Big-Batch Way) Best for melting chocolate in large batches. It scares me sometimes lol. If you have already tried heating up chocolate chips without oil, you may have overheated it, oil may or may not save it depending on if it was overheated or not. Enjoy! It is pretty obvious when it reached this point and is just really thick! Gently shake the excess coating from the top of the cake pop while it’s upside down. Like I did. Works wonders, I dipped a whole bag of pretzels this way! This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. It can also fix slightly overheated chocolate! How to Melt Chocolate on the Stove. Take the cookie sheet of cake balls out of the freezer about 5 minutes before you plan to dip them. You have some fabulous tips here! Without knowing the exact contents of the chocolate bunny, I really do not know if it will work or not. Your email address will not be published. There is not much of a secret or trick to dipping something in chocolate and getting it to harden, actually. Yes it can. Each glass of chocolate was heated in the microwave for 30 seconds on regular power, stirred, and then reheated in 15-second intervals at 50% power until melted, stirring in between each interval. I have that very melting pot that was linked, and I love it, keeps the chocolate perfectly melted for dipping for hours straight. I am going to be doing multiple things with the melted chocolate, (some molds, with different fillings, and some dipping) and don't want to have to keep reheating it, or worrying about leaving it over hot water and having it get too hot, or water get in it, and I know the last time I used the fountain, it ran for a while without hurting the chocolate any. Can I use these same chocolate to cover a round cake . Well – a lot. Did I use too much oil? Combine and melt chocolate chips with a little coconut oil! Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Pretty much everything. I personally think the taste of regular chocolate is better though it is a personal preference. I use vegetable shortening instead of oil. Thank you so much for writing this..it gives me more confidence when working with chocolate. Body Scrub Recipe Book with 20 Scrumptious Recipes, The Most Comprehensive Family Holiday Gift Guide, Decide if you are going to use regular chocolate (like. A comparison of three different types of chocolates, Guittard Chocolate available in flavors such as mint, lemon, strawberry and orange, see a video of me making chocolate pretzels here, How To Melt Merckens Rainbow Wafer Coatings, Cupcake Pops & Bites – make sure to check out the video of Bakerella. Sarah and I have similar dessert tastes, so if you enjoy my recipes, you really should check out her site. It wasn't too bad last time but it took a VERY long time to set. I think you are probably looking for more of a ganache, this type of chocolate is going to Harden and would make cutting a cake a bit hard. Make sure you either melt using a double boiler or in the microwave using a microwave safe dish. Thank You. Most likely the last couple of chocolate pieces will melt. Feel free to pin on Pinterest. Place the tray back into the freezer until set. Can you tell me if a solid frozen chocolate Easter candy bunny be melted down to use for dipping peanut butter balls? How does that work? Chocolate coatings, also referred to as candy melts, confectionery coating,  almond bark, chocolate melts, candy coating, are similar to “real” chocolate but have slightly different ingredients. Hi Martina! Decide how to melt chocolate from these three options: Melting Chocolate in a double boiler will give you the best results with the least room for error, however, it takes longer and is not always the easiest way. I have tried the candy melts but find it sets so quickly that I only have time to dip a couple od the cake pops before it goes hard. If so, what do you do with any left over chocolate once it is hard? If I immediately put the cake pop down, I will often have some sprinkles slide off, compared to spending an extra minute holding and keeping the cake pop moving, allowing the chocolate to set. To get the perfect texture, take your time as you melt the chocolate, and watch it carefully throughout the entire process. Okay, maybe not, but it won’t be a great chocolate experience. PERFECT. Yum!

Ashley. Thinning candy, on the other hand, is the act of changing the consistency of already melted candy. What a great way to save the chocolate though! Can you use the oil with gardelli melting chocolate chips? That said, if you want to color your chocolate, make sure that you use an oil-based color and not a water based. Chocolate will leave a heavy layer when it is too thick. Thanks so much for sharing. It just depends on the crock pot temperature. I wanted to try the oil.

Try using less veggie oil. Do you think the same 1tsp per cup of chips? Any use for commercial purposes is strictly prohibited. This will be the method we use in the future! I'll be trying again tomorrow it looks like. Chocolate coatings usually contain vegetable fats, which have a higher melting temperature and allow for easier and more forgiving chocolate melting. In order to make the cake pops look nice, after you dip them, they need to stand up to dry. You are SUPER for sharing this with everyone. Stir frequently until the chocolate is … My sister makes cake pops all the time and last summer she discovered a delicious DIY substitute for the regular old hardening chocolate. Chocolate challenges. If you melt overheated chocolate more, it will just get thicker and drier. I melt chocolate and dip everything in sight every year. I don't know where you are located, but chocolate will soften quickly in the summer when temperatures get warm, so try keeping them in the fridge until right before you eat them! Set on a waxed paper-lined cookie sheet to set up. And it's SO much easier than our usual way!!!! What a great article & so well written! Anyway, I just wanted to stop by and say THANK YOU for the link! Stir after each interval until smooth. That’s not true, believe it or not, water ruins chocolate but a tablespoon of boiled water ( very hot ) will return the chocolate back to a beautiful, shiny liquid chocolate for dipping, you can salvage that dry over cooked chocolate! I can melt the chocolate but the ‘dipping’ process is more like a swipe across the bowl? Dipping cake balls is very similar to dipping truffles or other confections in chocolate. Adding just a half teaspoon of oil can help thin candy melts but should only be used when in a … You can purchase oil based flavors if you would like to flavor your chocolate. i want to place the letters on top of cupcakes after frosting them. Still tastes amazing! Doing so will result in chunks forming in your chocolate making it unusable. Keep in mind: >> Chocolate melts at below body temperature. As a fair warning, adding vegetable oil can make it so that the chocolate doesn't harden as quickly or as hard. 1- it is not warm enough so you need to give it a few more seconds to melt before using or 2- it is over heated and became thick and dry. Dipping is a great way to seal in the fl avor and moistness of the cake and creates a great surface for toppings and decorations. Needless to say after dipping 5 very messy cake pops the chocolate turned into paste. To melt in a. Melting chocolate in the microwave is quickest, dirties the fewest dishes, and is my go-to method even though it can be trickier. Often this is a result of overheating your chocolate. Melt the chocolate candy wafers according to package instructions. Like I’m going to pour it all over the cake ? If it looks too thick for dipping, … Heather T. -

I am soooo happy to hear that the vegie oil saved the day! Chocolate cake pops sally s baking chocolate cake recipe belle of cake pops brown eyed baker the best chocolate for cake pops a melting chocolate to make cake pops. Once you’ve shaken out the last drop of excess chocolate, turn the cake pop right side up and gently shake it while twirling between your fingers. I wish I have read the post before I melted my chocolate. Heat-proof bowl that fits … In my opinion it’s one of the thicker chocolates, which can make it a bit harder to work with. Hi Cardona,

You can sometimes carefully remelt chocolate, but it is best to keep it warm while using it.

And yes, you can definitely mix chocolate chips!! I am trying to melt milk choc chips to make candy. I couldn’t get it to melt again and wasn’t sure what to do. Thanks. After trying your oil trick Realized it was even brownish instead of white on the bottom! - SD Team. I really do not know if it will work or not. Thank you for this post! You can try it, but there may be things added to the bunny that doesn't make it conducive to melting. This is one that I believe Hobby Lobby (at least mine) carries. Littlelotto,

Yes! It's not an exact science though. Try it! And microwave. Great save! What are Paramount Crystals? Can I dip the marshmallow when the melted chocolate is hot. Yes, veggie or canola oil is very very helpful when melting chocolate in the microwave. Problem is we really missed the chocolate coating, so I searched the internet for help and found this. Just enough to crack the chocolate. i have had trouble with it. COPYRIGHT: You’re welcome to link to Simply Designing or use a single image with a brief description to link back to any post. I use a variety of chocolate coating products. It is chocolate that already contains enough oil to make it melt easily. Cover baking sheet with parchment. If only I had seen this a week ago! I usually buy this chocolate from my local baking supply store, ABC Cake Decorating where they have a variety of colors and flavors. I usually buy it at a craft store. Whether you are using regular chocolate or melting chocolate, set the power to 50% and microwave for 30 seconds at a time. So I would suggest trying it out to see if it would work. For fun variations, you can try using recipes like carrot or banana. I tried making my first bach of cake pops at my future inlaws for Christmas. I've done it so many times I just kind of know how much to add, but a good place to start is about 1 tsp per 1 cup of chocolate chips. The overwhelming majority of the time I simply use a white chocolate and add my color through sprinkles…. By chopping up the chocolate into small pieces, it will melt more … True chocolate is much more fickle when it comes to melting and must be tempered. hi, after making letters out of melted semi sweet chocolate, i put it in the fridge to harden, after taking them out i noticed the letters started melting. Simply Designing with Ashley Phipps LLC is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com . And microwave. I put them in fridge to harden and took out and left them room temperature . Once you have formed the balls, dip them in melted chocolate or candy coating. Needless to say I was slightly mortified and everyone had messy fingers by the end of it :)) At least everyone liked them better than uncle Bob’s attempt at cheesecake , Do you just melt the chocolate in a deep bowl and dip? Thx ! ABC has Guittard Chocolate available in flavors such as mint, lemon, strawberry and orange. But yes, use it sparingly because it can make the chocolate softer. When I make cake pops, I find that I do a lot of twirling of my cake pop prior to putting the sprinkles on. The entire process of Coating the cake pops can be divided into two parts. 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