What do red candy melts taste like?
Easily melted in the microwave or fondue pot, Candy Melts have a succulent vanilla flavor and can be mixed with other colors for custom flavors and shades. Perfect for molding, dipping and drizzling, these candy disks create mouthwatering sweets, including truffles, cake pops, candy pretzels and more!
What is a red candy melt?
Product Description. The sweet possibilities are endless with these easy-melt vanilla flavored red wafers. Use them to dip strawberries, drizzle them on pretzels or mold them into shaped candies. Candy Melts can be melted in the microwave, a double boiler or Candy Melts Melting Pot.
How do you make red candy melts?
How to Melt Candy Melts: Put the candy melts in a microwave-safe bowl and microwave at 50 percent power, stirring every 30 seconds, until smooth. Remelt as needed. For a thinner consistency, add a little coconut oil or shortening.
Can you dye melting chocolate?
Add powdered dye as soon as the chocolate starts to melt. You can add oil-based dye after the chocolate melts, as long as you warmed the dye as described above. Liquid dye is less likely to cause seizing if added right away, before the chocolate melts. (This is why there is no need to warm the dye in advance.)
What’s the difference between candy melts and chocolate melts?
Chocolate. Though Candy Melts have a similar look, taste and texture to chocolate, they are quite different. Melting chocolate requires a process called tempering, which gives chocolate that nice, shiny finish. Tempering involves temperature precision and a candy thermometer to do it properly.
What can I do with red candy melts?
Use them to dip strawberries, drizzle them on pretzels or mold them into shaped candies. They can also be used to decorate cakes, cookies and cupcakes, because everything’s better when it’s covered in candy.
What color candy melts make Burgundy?
Here is how to make burgundy chocolate using:10 oz Red Choco Maker Candy Melts (or any red candy melts of your choice)20 ct Guittard Dark Chocolate Candy Mel…
What food coloring is best for chocolate?
Oil-based coloring is regarded as the best type of food coloring for chocolate. The oil-based food colors are strictly created to bind well with chocolate, candy, and other confectionery coatings.
How do you make chocolate maroon color?
Start with red candy melts, then add a little black and just a touch of blue. Keep mixing until you get the color you want. I think there are other chocolate colors our there that may be more potent than the LorAnne though.