- Has anyone used candy melts or Nestle white morsels as a sort of fake ganache?
You can make a candy cream filling
- but your surely not making a *ganache*
Find it hard to believe that of all the thousands of places on line you can't find/buy *chocolate* to make Ganache.
Many say - *i use them* - but what i wonder is - what is the candy cream
like 2 - 3 days after you have deliverd it to a customer -
candy melts are not chocolate - they are just candy melts.
Hope nobody ever tells a customer that their cake will be torted and ganached using this method.
its like saying - i have a fake diamond -
nooooooo you don't .....................you have a piece of glass thats been cut to sparkle.
there is no such thing as a fake diamond - a diamond is a DIAMOND.Meowcakes wrote:
That's a poor palate. If you gave someone ganache and something made with the chocolate flavored candy melts at the same time, they would definitly be able to tell the difference. Candy melts are "chocolate flavored" candy, not chocolate. I never understand why on this site people try to say the melts are just as okay to use to make ganache as real chocolate. they are not even chocolate and that is NOT ganache.And that is about as clear as you can say it - well said MC.