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Babycakes Chocolatier & cake pops?

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Hi all,


Any thoughts on using this for professional use? I picked one up today for a deal...my thought was using it for working on batches of cake pops, to keep the chocolate coating at a workable temperature.

http://www.amazon.com/Babycakes-20-Ounce-Chocolate-Dipper-Removable/dp/B0060ND1W0

Worth it or no?

Thanks!
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Anyone?
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I saw that last week there is also a wilton melting pot both of them chaim to melt chocolate so I would think that you wwould have luck using it for cakepops or other chocolate work. Let us know how it works out for you
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