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Dipping Chocolate

In years gone by, the best way to make chocolate candy at home was to add paraffin wax to the dipping chocolate. The wax gave the chocolate the texture and shine that exemplifies professional candy. Unfortunately, many of today's paraffin wax packages warn that the wax is not suitable for human consumption. A safer alternative is the use of specifically designed dipping chocolate.

Two choices for chocolate dipping products are from Baker's* and Candiquik*. Both products are microwave quick, and produce good tasting and professional looking results. Look at your local grocer, or specialty baking store, for these and other brands of dipping chocolate.

*Nana's Recipes has no affiliation with these (or any other) products.

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