How to Melt Candy Melts Candy | Everything You Want to Know from Rosanna Pansino

How to Melt Candy Melts Candy | Everything You Want to Know from Rosanna Pansino


Hey guys, it’s a Ro. I wanted to make a video because I got so many questions about the Candy Melts, that I use on my show nerdy nummies I have been using Candy Melts for many years and here are a few from my personal collection and I wanted to give you some more information about them the first thing that you should know, are that Candy Melts come in a ton of different colors way more colors and I have here. These are just ones that I had handy for example we’ve got pink, red, orange,yellow, green, blue brown and I have some white, but I
don’t know where I put them right now The second thing you should know about Candy Melts is they come in a bunch of different flavors and again these are not all them these are just the ones I had on hand and there so good. This one’s my
favorite this is gingerbread. You guys know that gingerbread is one of my favorite
all-time favorite cookies I love this flavor and then we’ve got
pumpkin spice and these ones are really good for the
holidays. Then we’ve got S’mores Coco-mint ,this ones real fresh, peanut
butter and marshmallows You guys may recognize this, we just used it recently because we made Baymax Cookie Pops and we dipped them in marshmallow melts, and red melts to make our little cookie. One of the most frequently asked questions I get when I’m making cake pops our cookie pops is how do I
get my candy melts to be as smooth as yours because when I’m making them their little too thick or clumpy and that is a really good
question and it’s something I’ve actually never answered before so I’m gonna show you how to do it. Now want to get a perfectly dipped desert pop the first thing your gonna do is heat up your Candy Melts. I’m using some red ones and you can either do them in the microwave or I’m using a little melting pot that I got over
here. You just turn on the heat, and heat them up. Once your Candy Melts are heated sometimes they’re a little bit thick, and my tip is to add a little vegetable oil or some oil flakes and I didn’t know
about these for a few years I went a few years making cake pops and cookie pops without knowing that these existed. This changed my baking life let’s just say that. Are candies are heated up as you can see and it is really thick, look at that really thick I’m going to show you the difference so
first we’re going to dip a little cake pop right into the melts, its a little weird but we still love him its okay it’s still
yummy and then we’re going to add a little bit of
oil flakes and I like add them just a little bit at a time a sprinkle a few in and what this does is it thins out the consistency and makes it a little bit smoother and easier to work with and if you accidentally make it too thin it becomes really watery really thin that’s okay because you can
just add some more Candy Melts to it and it will thicken it up again Alrgiht look at that much thinner Ohh Nice Now we are going to take our second pop dip them in and let the excess drip off that’s so smooth, look at that and that makes it a lot smoother and
easier to work with. Another fun fact about Candy Melts is they can set at room temperature, so
if you leave them out they will completely set and if you want to set a little quicker
you can put them in the fridge. They are refrigerator safe too. another question I’ve been getting is
what do you do with all of the extra candy melts? Do you throw it away? Can you use it again? and the answer is no I don’t throw it
away and yes you can reuse it because candy melts are reheat-able and
that’s one of the things I really really like about them, so what I do is a remove it from the heat, let it
completely set and then I like to break it apart into
small pieces and store in a tight plastic bag and you can store at room temperature you can put in your cupboard and whenever you do another project you
can just use it again you can you can Candy Melts to make so many
different kinds of treat over the years I have made a cake pop cookie pop, rice crispy pops candy molds and I have even traced out cute little shapes on the top of wax paper and place them on top of cupcakes, cookies and cakes nom nom
nom nom nom nom you can also drizzle them over fruit or pretzels, I’ve done that too. Alright, I hope you guys found this video helpful about Candy Melts I’ll be making more videos in the future
thanks for watching. Bye Bye

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