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post #16 of 21
is there a difference in using veg. oil and crisco? I use veg oil only...never tried crisco....
post #17 of 21
I think in this case..yes.
Crisco is solid at room temp and veg. oil is a liquid.
Wouldn't suggest that substitution.

mommachris

wife to David for 25 years
mom to 13 blessings
Nine who are still living at home that range from 22 to 4 years old.
Holly, Amy, Aaron, Evelyn, Zebedee, Melody, William, Melissa and little Tobin
and four more sweet babies in heaven.

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wife to David for 25 years
mom to 13 blessings
Nine who are still living at home that range from 22 to 4 years old.
Holly, Amy, Aaron, Evelyn, Zebedee, Melody, William, Melissa and little Tobin
and four more sweet babies in heaven.

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post #18 of 21
Thnx mommachris! I'm going to try Crisco in the choc. icon_smile.gif
post #19 of 21
You can also get paraffin wax. It is sold in the baking aisle in a box. I shave a little in the chocolate, till the consistency is smooth. It also makes the chocolate shiny.
post #20 of 21
How do you make them the cake pops and how do you frosting them the wedding pop ones?
post #21 of 21
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Originally Posted by angie1738 View Post

How do you make them the cake pops and how do you frosting them the wedding pop ones?

 

if your looking for something similar to these....i dipped them in white first (i tinted the chocoate grey as this was the grooms colour) when the white is dry you dip it your cake pop at an angle in the other colour one side at a time to create the waistcoat. have fun x

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