Almond Bark Vs White Chocolate For Flowers

Decorating By NanaCin Updated 30 Sep 2014 , 1:58pm by virago

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NanaCin Posted 29 Sep 2014 , 1:05pm
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I am getting ready to make flowers for my daughters cake and was wondering which would be better almond bark or white chocolate.  Which one would everyone recommend.  Thanks,


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cazza1 Posted 29 Sep 2014 , 1:28pm
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Yuck, almond bark sounds like candy melts from what I read when I looked it up.  I say go with good chocolate.  But then I'm not paying am I.  ( Note:  I do always try to use good chocolate)

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virago Posted 29 Sep 2014 , 4:11pm
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Actually, vanilla Almond Bark for making candy clay tastes very good (some people call it modeling chocolate, but technically it's candy). It makes a very 'white' colored clay (vs. the yellow tint that white chocolate will have), and it's less oily than white modeling chocolate. I use Plymouth Pantry Vanilla Almond Bark with a 4:1 bark to corn syrup ratio ( i.e. one 24 oz package AB : 6 TBS corn syrup).




On the flip side, chocolate Almond Bark does have that artificial chocolate taste. If whoevers eating it doesn't mind that taste, then chocolate candy clay is a viable option. Personally, I think chocolate candy clay taste like a tootsie roll so for me...yum!

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MBalaska Posted 29 Sep 2014 , 6:20pm
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@virago those are very beautiful!!!

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virago Posted 30 Sep 2014 , 1:58pm
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Originally Posted by MBalaska 

@virago those are very beautiful!!!


@MBalaska Thanks so much! :smile:

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