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Can you use candy melts for writing???

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I need to write with black and don' want to color everyone's teeth... I saw the black candy melts and was curious if that would work, but then thought it might be to runny..

 

thanks for your help

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I just read a thread that you do this on wax paper and transfer to the cake.  But, can you write directly on the cake?

post #3 of 5

Not done it. but if you can write with chocolate, why not with candy melts

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post #4 of 5

Many, many yrs ago a great book was written by Elaine Gonzalez(sorry can't remember how to spell her name:(

It's all about using chocolate and includes a chapter on using it for writing.  If you can get your hands on a copy of it you would be one lucky person!!

All one needs to do to thicken it up *slightly* is to add a tiny drop of water to a couple of tablespoons of melted chocolate and it should 'sieze' up enough to write with.    And if I remember right, you need to keep the tip slightly warm (cover *just the tip* w/a warmed cloth when not in use).

post #5 of 5

HI, log onto wicked goodies site. I think she has a tutorial on it. hth

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