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gluten-free, Df, Nut Free Chocolate

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Just curious - have any of you melted those store-bought chocolate chips (I think they are Enjoy-Life or Ener-G...I can't remember the brand) that are gluten-free and df into shapes? Before I waste any product, I wanted to see if there were already success stores. Thanks!

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you mean like making candy? like pouring the chocolate into molds? i'm sure it would work. i made the enjoy life chips into mexican chocolate bark the other day, and while i didn't make shapes out of it, melting it then refrigerating it worked out great. it's good stuff :)

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I've melted them and put them into molds before, too. I add a little bit of oil to them to help with the consistency. This is a picture of the candy that the Easter bunny brought my daughter.

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I melted them and added a bit of shortening, and they were awesome for dipping things in. I did strawberries & pretzels. They were really good for strawberries because the chocolate didn't break off in pieces once you bit in, it stays just a tiny bit soft even after refridgeration so it clings to the berries the way it should. Way better than Godiva's.

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