What Is The Consistency Of Candy Clay?

Baking By Bouncin4Bonjovi Updated 24 Apr 2006 , 9:04pm by dolcesunshine20

Bouncin4Bonjovi Posted 23 Apr 2006 , 9:05pm
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That about asks the question. I have to make a 100 cookies for mothers day and I was wondering if I could make some "embellishments" for the cookies using candy clay. TIA

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JoAnnB Posted 23 Apr 2006 , 10:21pm
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One you make it and let it rest, and then knead it, it should rollable, moldable and pliable. It firms up as it sits into a tootsie roll texture. It is terrific on cookies.

You can make the embillishments ahead and store them in an airtight containter until you want them. They won't spoil, but they are better before the start to really dry out. I have some in tupperware that I have had for months, that are still great.

Kos Posted 24 Apr 2006 , 2:21am
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What does candy clay taste like?


Bouncin4Bonjovi Posted 24 Apr 2006 , 2:28am
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Thanks JoannB. Bump... What does it taste like?

kraftychristy Posted 24 Apr 2006 , 2:40am
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Eat one of the Wilton Candy melts. It tastes just like that.

dolcesunshine20 Posted 24 Apr 2006 , 9:04pm
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I think Candy Clay would be awesome on cookies!! Personally, i think the milk or dark chocolate taste the best. I'm not wild about the white choc. flavor. And just as a little hint too, I found that it was VERY oily so i used paper towel to squeeze out some of the oil.

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