Water Ganache

Baking By judee92064 Updated 10 Jun 2019 , 2:04am by SandraSmiley

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judee92064 Posted 9 Jun 2019 , 12:02pm
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Hi! I just made water ganache (basically candy melts and water) to make a drip on a cake and I have some leftovers. I plan to use it again in a few days, can I just leave the leftover water ganache at room temperature or do I need to put it in the fridge?

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KitchenSix Posted 9 Jun 2019 , 12:57pm
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It should be fine at room temp, if you keep it covered.  Personally, I’d throw it into the fridge, though.

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jchuck Posted 9 Jun 2019 , 6:03pm
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I too would refrigerate also. I’ve only left ganache on the counter if I’m using in the next 24 hours. Only takes seconds in the micro to soften.

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SandraSmiley Posted 10 Jun 2019 , 2:04am
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What is to ruin?  It is water and candy melts, both room stable.  Do whichever you like.  I would leave it on the counter.

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