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Chocolate for Chocolate Fountains: Which One will Tantalize Your Taste Buds?


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There are many choices of chocolate for chocolate fountains. It is important to understand the ingredients of each type of chocolate and the chemicals they possess when making your choice. Look over your recipe thoroughly to ensure you are using the correct kind of chocolate before starting. Using the wrong chocolate for a recipe can turn into a disaster. For example, cocoa powder, semi sweet chocolate, milk chocolate, and dark chocolate, will all have a different effect on a recipe. Here are some types of chocolate that are ideal for your fountain and some interesting facts.

White chocolate is amongst the most popular choices of chocolate for chocolate fountains. White chocolate is frowned upon by the chocolate elite but many people argue that it should be recognized with other fine chocolates. Real white chocolate has cocoa butter but does not have any chocolate liquor in it, but a lot of the cheaper white chocolate sold in stores do not have any cocoa butter in them at all, making it even more difficult to justify being called chocolate.

Gourmet chocolate fondue is a delicacy in the chocolate department. You can easily make gourmet chocolate fondue by melting one part light cream for every two parts semi- sweet. Put in a dash of vanilla extract and stir the fondue so there are no lumps. You can use different fruits and snacks for dipping.

Kosher chocolate is not just for candy like many people think. This chocolate is produced by the best of the best in the industry and is made in accordance with Jewish law.

Quality Belgian chocolate is the one most recommended by chocolate fountain manufacturers and hire shops. It melts and cascades beautifully and tastes divine. The best Belgian chocolate is still made by hand and the careful creation process ensures a unique flavor and more intense aroma.

Researchers consistently recommend dark chocolate. Dark chocolate contains antioxidants and flavanoids that reduce aging and fight disease. Many people that are on a low-calorie diet use dark chocolate because it contains less sugar than milk chocolate. Ensure you buy a good blend that has been specifically designed for chocolate fountains.

Most people are headstrong on the type of chocolate they like and the choices of chocolate for chocolate fountains seem unlimited. With all of the exotic chocolates becoming increasingly available it might be time to experiment a little. You could be pleasantly surprised by what you find.

Choosing the right chocolate for chocolate fountain ensures your party runs smoothly and all your guests are suitably impressed and satisfied. Isabel Hart runs a chocolate fountain home business and shares all her tips and tricks on her blog.


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