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What are candy melts?
yes because it is a type of candy so there for u should incluide this
The reason cotton candy melts in your mouth is because all it is, is plain sugar. Sugar, sugar and more sugar. Now try this experiment, and it will prove my theory. Get …about 3 tablespoons of sugar and put it in a bowl. Then put warm water on top of the sugar and you will start to see that the sugar is melting. Same with cotton candy. Once you put it in your mouth, it melts because of the warmth and pretty much because it's all sugar.
That was the advertising slogan for "Treats" the candy that melts in you mouth but not in your hands. ANSWER: That was the original advertising slogan for M & M's, "the can…dy that melts in you mouth but not in your hands".
No not all chocolates and candies have the same melting points as they have different ratios of ingredients.Such as one bar may have more chocolate to sugar which decreases th…e melting points whereas another may have more sugar in his chocolate bar than chocolate and be a increased melting point.There are also many other factor to a chocolates melting point such as date ,storage and as above ingredients.
It depends on what kind of cake you are making. If you are making chocolate, use chocolate. If you are making Vanilla, use vanilla. If you are making strawberry, use pink vani…lla etc.
they taste good but are chunky and hard to melt and put on cakepops try using a different brand.
Turn the microwave on for about 5 second, then look, then do it again untill it melts
jolly rancher melt faster then life saver mints in your mouth
Melting a candy bar is a physical change because it is just changing form, not changing the chemical makeup. (If it isn't making a new material, it is not a chemical change)
Yes because different kinds of candy have different types of substances in them and different kinds of substances melt at different rates.
Reeses acctully melt faster and better but the twixs cookie will be gone
Plane chocolate will melt faster because it has nothing in it and it will absorb more heat.
You dont. When you boil it in water, the sugar dissolves. Then let cool and evaporate and provide a crystallization seed, e.g. a thread. The sugar will cristallize out in larg…e crystals as rock candy.
yes it does. If it melts in your hand then I'm sure it will melt in the sun