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Using Paraffin Wax and Chocolate on a Cake

Can paraffin wax and hard chocolate be mixed and drizzled on cakes?

By Karen from Ontario

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September 15, 20100 found this helpful

Never thought of it for cake, but I use it to make Martha Washington candy (cocoanut based balls of candy dipped in mixture of chocolate and paraffin) so I see no reason it would not work. An interesting idea-thanks for mentioning it.

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September 15, 20100 found this helpful

The problems I have with using paraffin wax are: I never know exactly how much to use and I'm always afraid of burning myself. Now when I make Martha Washington candy, peanut butter balls or chocolate covered cherries I use the blocks of Chocolate Bark. Much easier and they always come out perfectly. But, in answer to your question. I think that whatever method you use it would be yummy to have chocolate drizzled on cake. Good luck!

Margaret from Denton, Texas

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