Are you searching for white chocolate candy recipes? .
You'll love these quick steps on Making chocolate candy the very same way I do it here in my kitchen.
You'll find this kind of chocolate candy making isn't hard at all once you get the hang of it!
From White chocolate covered strawberries to Heavenly Bites made with caramel and cashew nuts.
These candy making recipes always come through as a hit with friends, family, and guests.
Here's a simple recipe you can make with or without a chocolate candy mold, and little effort.
If you have no chocolate candy molds to use, you can buy some enexpensive molds on line from this "molds for beginners" link (opens in new window).
Using a mold offers a completely different appeal than hand dipping (you'll see later).
Simply fill the mold cavity with a plastic squeeze bottle to about one-third full (I'm an optimist), tap the mold to settle the chocolate.
Add one almond in each cavity (at least for the type of mold I'm using), and then cap it off by injecting more of the white chocolate over the almond to level off the cavity. Too much here and you'll have a puddle of excess chocolate.
Settle the chocolate one last time then cool, and you have yourself a yummy white chocolate candy.
You'll also want to know how to melt caramel and use it with the squeeze bottles too.
Simply replace the milk chocolate I use for the example with white chocolate and you're good to go.
I like to top them with a contrasting design but you can practice until you find what works for you.
Likewise, you can switch the cashew nuts for pecans or anything to get even more great chocolate candy.
How about molding up some white chocolate macadamia nuts! Macadamia nuts are soooo goood!
These are one of my favorites in LB's Creative Candies that I make.
One thing is to make sure they are fresh and don't have a flat taste. They should be full with flavor to get the most out of the candies.
Here are quick and simple steps on how to make white chocolate candies with no mold needed!
Of course, you can speed things up a bit by mixing a handful of almonds into the melted white chocolate, and then fish them out one at a time too.
This quick step offers an elegant look all by itself.
If the other steps seem tedious, you may want to try this:
Go the extra mile!
Coarsely chop or grind some almonds, then sprinkle them on top while the chocolate is still warm.
Or, roll them in the chopped almonds while the chocolate is still warm.
Alternatively, once the almonds cool, lightly drizzle milk or dark chocolate over your white chocolate candy.
Either way, the yummy white chocolate candy you build will taste even better than the pictures of white chocolate candy!
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