How to Melt Chocolate for Dipping - Simply Designing with Ashley

How to Melt Chocolate for Dipping

Coffee Maker as Chocolate Melter -   Soften chocolate for baking without having to drag out the double boiler. Instead, put the chocolate in an ovenproof bowl, set the bowl on the heating plate, and turn on the machine.

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Coffee Maker as Chocolate Melter Soften chocolate for baking without having to drag out the double boiler. Instead, put the chocolate in an ovenproof bowl, set the bowl on the heating plate, and turn on the machine. More New Uses: baking, cooking

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Try grating your butter before mixing it for more even distribution.

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Try grating your butter before mixing it for more even distribution.

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