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Candy Making Equipment - Tools to Make Your Candy Creations Easier
by: Korbin Newlyn





Candy is a special treat we all enjoy, particularly during holidays and other special occasions. But, what if you could make your own candy? Of course, you will need to purchase some candy making equipment, but there are a lot of easy recipes that you can try with your family that will help you to create fond memories that you can recreate each time you gather with loved ones. Here are some of the kitchen tools you will need to buy.

Tools That Make It Easier

There are numerous types of candies that are genuinely easy to make, such as peanut brittle. For this recipe, you will need a skillet or saucepan that is big enough for you to gently stir the contents of the brittle so that the sugar can settle and give the dessert its texture.

A wooden spoon is also essential, and you might wish to buy parchment paper as well, so that you can set the brittle on the paper to cool. This candy making equipment can be found at your local grocery store, and you'll most likely be able to make a batch of the brittle for your family for under $20.

If you are creating pasty-like candies or tarts, you will most likely need a pastry bag. This candy making equipment allows for you to create designs and apply frosting or glaze to your candy. The bags also help to eradicate messy icing spills, and some of the this candy making equipment comes with instructions on ways to create certain designs on your candy, such as polka dots or flowers.

The bag comes with an assortment of tips that will create different designs on your confectionary creations, and you can locate pastry bags at your local grocery store as well. You can also check out places like Target for quality pastry bags that will last a long time.

Caramel, Toffee and Fudge

If your creating toffee, caramel candies, or fudge, you might also want to buy a bench scraper. This candy making equipment looks like a large wide knife, and is used to 'knead' candies that are created out of hot sugar. The bench warmer allows the flavors and colors of the candy to be evenly distributed, and will give you better control when you are trying to lay the candy flat on a baking sheet for cooling.

If you would like to know more about how to make some of the best candy you have ever tasted, you can get ideas for recipes from on various sites throughout the internet. Happy candy making.


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Listen to Corbin Newlyn as he shares his insights as an expert author and an avid writer in the field of fine foods. If you would like to learn more go to http://www.chocolateprosite.com/ and at http://www.chocolateprosite.com/the-his ... te-flavor/



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