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Melt and Create with Rainbow Dust Colour Melts

 

With Rainbow Dust’s new fantastic colour melts you can melt and create a huge range of fantastic edible fun! Of course we now have them available on the website if you fancy giving them aΒ go.

I’ll be sharing our favourite tricks using colour melts and it’s not just about Cake Pops!

The Best Bits

  • They are made up of Non-Hydrogenated Fats
  • Smaller Buttons that melt quicker
  • Great flavour
  • Available in 8 colours and more coming soon!

Packs of Colour Melts

To melt them you can use multiple methods. One being the Microwave, nice and easy does it! The other is the double boiler, slightly harder work but ensures you don’t over-do your candy buttons.

Instructions for Microwave – Place candy melts in a microwave safe bowl. Do not melt in the bag. Microwave for 30 seconds at half power or on the defrost setting. Repeat until completely melted be careful not to over cook your melts.

Instructions for Double Boiler – Partially fill the bottom pan with water and bring to a simmer.
Fit the top pan or bowl in place and add the candy. Stir until completely melted. A jug or bowl can be used to replace the top pan. Do not allow any water to come in direct contact with the candy.

The PME Chocolate Melting pot also works fantastic with these!

 

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Here’s some fantastic examples on using your colour melts by Rainbow Dust.

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I love the use of the colour melts on these tasty Cake Pops. Use Rainbow Dust Edible Gold Glitter to add an extra sparkle!

Cake Pops using Rainbow Dust Colour Melts

Try dipping cake balls in candy melts and popping them in a mini cake cup, once done drizzle with different coloured candy colour melts to create these gorgeous mini cake bites.

Cake Cups using Colour Melts - Melt and Create

Or why not go for gold and create edible ice cream bowls, this will really impress the guests and they are so easy the kids can have fun giving it a go too!

Check out the entire rage of Rainbow Dust Colour Melts.

 

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12 comments

  1. Hi , once melted can you add double cream to make it thinner? Also if I buy the white melts can I use the rainbow dust pro gel to dye the melts ? Thanks x

    1. Hi Sophie,
      Depending on what you are using the melts for, I couldn’t see a problem with adding cream to them. I would stay away from adding gel/paste colourings as they do not mix well with the fats in the chocolate. We have a product called cocol which is specifically designed for colouring chocolate, or you could add the blossom tints as well. I will pop the links for you below πŸ™‚

      https://partyanimalonline.com/search?q=cocol
      https://partyanimalonline.com/collections/sugarflair-blossom-powder-colour

      Claire x

  2. Hi, I need a royal blue. Do you know if it’s possible to add food colouring to the white melts to get the colour I want? Thanks Jo

    1. Hi Rachel, you don’t need to but it’s a good option if you want your melts to go further. You can also add cocoa butter which works in a similar way πŸ™‚

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