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post #16 of 99
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Originally Posted by Melody25

JenWith you can order melts in bulk from here

http://www.candylandcrafts.com/Merckens_Rainbow_Wafers.htm

They have tons of colors and you can buy up to 50 LBS cases. HTH.




How do these taste in comparison to Wilton Candy Melts?

Thanks!
post #17 of 99
What a great thread!
post #18 of 99
Can you just use chocolate chips to melt and dip??? Or are the candy melts better?

I just like the taste of the milk chocolate chips better....
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post #19 of 99
If you use the chocolate chips you will get a fine white coating on them if you store them.
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post #20 of 99
I ordered three molds yesterday too. Can't wait to play around with them! icon_biggrin.gif
post #21 of 99
I ordered the molds last week. Does anyone know about how long it takes to get them? icon_razz.gif
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post #22 of 99
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My molds took about a week but they were shipped during a snow storm so that's why mine were delayed. At least according to UPS.com.
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post #23 of 99
i just ordered some molds and paramount crystals from onestopcandle.com. i can't wait to get them and get started!
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post #24 of 99
I was very impressed with my oreo moulds!
I also ordered from 3dmolds and my order took close to two weeks to arrive, but I wasn't surprised - I chose USPS to ship to Canada, so two weeks is about the norm...I could have shipped UPS, but that would have been an additional $$$ since UPS adds anywhere from $10 to $30 for a brokerage fee to Canada.
The molds are fantastic - I have a photo in my pics of my first oreos. I got the "ribbon of hope" mould (or whatever it's called) as my free one. Nice!
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post #25 of 99
hey, i was thinking about something last night? can you use a double stuffed oreo with the molds?
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post #26 of 99
Yes, you can. I think it is recommended actually, to use doublestuffed. l think it balances out the amount of chocolate and cookie. thumbs_up.gif
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post #27 of 99
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Originally Posted by tayesmama

Yes, you can. I think it is recommended actually, to use doublestuffed. l think it balances out the amount of chocolate and cookie. thumbs_up.gif



oh yay! thanks!
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post #28 of 99
Can you add a stick to the oreos to make it a cookie pop? Would I add the stick before dipping, or just after dipping, while the chocolate is still warm? Thanks!!!
post #29 of 99
I read this in another post about cco's (chocolate-covered oreos). You can dip the stick in some chocolate and then lay it on to the still UNSET chocolate in the mold and drizzle more chocolate over the stick to adhere it the molded cookie. Hope that made sense. If not, let me know; I'll try to find that other post thumbs_up.gif
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post #30 of 99
Thanks tayesmama, that does make sense. It seems like it would work. I wonder if you can gently push a stick through the creme center of the cookie before dipping it. I have a feeling there would be no room for the stick with the mold though. I guess I will try both ways! Thanks again.
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