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Homemade chocolate candy makes an enjoyable treat throughout the year and especially during holiday seasons. There are several different types of homemade chocolate candy, and the items that one will need to make it will depend on the exact candy that is chosen. Some candies are placed on sticks as lollipops. Others are formed by hand, such as by rolling into a ball. Some are made in layers, such as a chocolate bark. However, many bite-sized chocolate candies are made in molds. Items that are typically needed for candy making include chocolate, a mold, candy fillings, a candy thermometer and possibly a mold. In addition, some people prefer to make their chocolate from scratch before making chocolate candies. This can be done using either cocoa powder or cocoa beans. Making one’s own chocolate gives a real sense of pride and accomplishment in creating something so delicious.

It is important to know some important tips about chocolate before beginning a new recipe. First, chocolate should never be overheated. Whether it is heated in a microwave or in a double boiler, its temperature should always be monitored carefully with the candy thermometer. When chocolate becomes too hot, it can burn. However, when done correctly, chocolate can be melted repeatedly. On the other hand, chocolate should not be stored in the refrigerator because excessive cold can make the chocolate turn a lighter color. Following these simple rules can help candy making day to be a breeze.

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