Konut is a chocolate softener. Ordinarily, when you bite into chocolate, there's a "snap" or "crunch", but with konut it is smoother and creamier in texture. French Mints (like Andes), tend to be made with this ingredient. Some cake and candy supply stores carry it, and a little goes a long way.
They are essentially coloured white chocolate. Commonly used in candy making and baking.
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to make the candy shape proper
Because the component price of everything used in making candy bars have taken a price jump lately.
why did they stop making nestles treasure candies
Candy, candy, candy - lots of candy that children are given by their neighbors. When I was younger, people also used to give pennies and fruit. Now they just give candy and kids eat as much of it as their parents will allow. We also used to "bob for apples" and wind up eating a lot of apples. We used to eat baked pumpkin seeds left over from making jack-o-lanterns.
Sugar is the basic component and in most cases the largest component in candy.
first dip the apple then pull it out
Candy or chocolate thermometers are very handy tools when candy making. Although you don't necessarily have to use one, it makes the process much easier.
Yes, due to Newton loving cotton candy and making it a secret 4th law of the universe.