The Best Candy Melts Demo #7: Cookies and Cream Snowflake Reviews 2018 2019

I bought the mold at the Bulk Barn (a bulk food store chain in Canada). They have a store finder on their website if you want to find the nearest store.

Here it is on the Make ‘n Mold website:
You may have some luck finding the molds on Ebay as well.

Candy melts information:

Where do I find candy melts?
Candy melts can be found at certain craft stores (like Michaels and Hobby Lobby) and at the Bulk Barn if you live in Canada (see store website for store locator). I have been told they are sold at Walmart and at grocery stores in certain places in the USA.
I have been told they are available at Hobbycraft in the UK.
They are also for sale online on websites like Amazon, Ebay and the Wilton and Merckens website (and others)
We pay about $6 a pound for them here in Ontario, Canada.

What are candy melts and what do they taste like?
They are a candy confection designed to be melted and they harden nice and shiny without tempering. Most of them taste like white chocolate. The chocolate coloured ones have some cocoa in them and taste like mild milk chocolate but they do come in other flavours.
Personally other than the regular colours, I have only seen butterscotch and cotton candy flavoured ones at my Michael’s store.

I can’t find candy melts, can I dye white chocolate?
You can tint white chocolate various colours if you use oil based colours. Water based colours will cause the candy melts to “seize up”. I have been told that powdered colours also work, but I’ve never tried them. I have found oil based colours online and in craft stores (and Bulk Barn). Paste food colour can be used, but I find that they tend not to colour the chocolate evenly and you get lots of specs of colour in the chocolate because of the water in the gel or the paste.

How to you melt the candy melts?
I melt my candy melts in a bowl or plastic bag in the microwave at 50% power for about a minute, I give them a stir and then continue to microwave a few seconds at a time, stirring and checking until smooth.
They may seem to be too thick, if that is the case add melted shortening or low taste vegetable oil to thin it out to a nice dipping consistency.
I have had mixed results with the Wilton candy melts, some colours (like the powder blue and the bright yellow) barely seem to melt at all and are very hard to work with. I would recommend the Merckens brand if you have the choice.
You can also place the bag or bowl into a bowl of hot water and wait, they will melt that way too.
You can also use a double boiler and they do sell little fondue style pots made for candy melt melting.

What to do with leftover candy melts?
Scoop out leftover candy melts and spread them out on some waxed paper or plastic wrap and let harden. Break up and peel off the solidified candy melt and store them to be melted later.

Will they melt after I make them and do I need to refrigerate them?

The candy melts are very stable at normal room temperature and do not need to be refrigerated. You will leave fingerprints in them if you handle them a lot as the heat of your fingers will be enough to start them melting. I would not mail these if there is a chance that they will sit in a tropical location for any length of time, they will likely arrive in a melted clump.

How do you store the unused melts?
I keep mine in plastic containers in the cupboard. You will have to read the instructions on the box or bag of your candy melts to get an idea of the shelf life.
The candy melts may develop a white powdery coating on them over time, this is normal and they have not gone bad, you can still use them.

The Best Candy Melts Demo #7: Cookies and Cream Snowflake Reviews 2018 2019


  1. Love this mold !!! Great Video !! thanks

  2. Cute!

  3. Cute

  4. how did i go from slo motion tre flips to this

  5. o.o i got here from checking out ps4 video wtf

  6. I love your videos. I'm only 13, but my 22 year old sister and parents always love when I make your recipes! Thanks so much! <3

  7. @suzakorose that's a smart idea! I think you'll have to check your mold instructions first :3

  8. In the US I buy candy melts in michaels in Jo Ann's and they have sprinkles, chips etc in the candy melt also each color have diff flavor

  9. You could put oil or unsalted butter

  10. Can you do more demos please? I love watching these videos 🙂

  11. lol a candy melt os biten

  12. E B

    ur Canadian? that's awesome

  13. i hoped you would say you would give it to me 😉

  14. I love you yo yo max

  15. I love yoyomax12

  16. i think she suggested that because the hersheys are kinda small or not enoug beside kind of expensive and candy melts are cheap and oreos you may have at home

  17. use*

  18. can you hersheys cookies and creme chocolate instead of the candy melts and cookies

  19. In the microwave at 50% power only.

  20. How do you melt the chocolate with out burning them?

  21. Thank you for leaving me a comment 🙂

  22. Its my first time to comment here on your video! You know what I like everything you cook and you are CREATIVE!

  23. @Rachel Naya the white ones taste like white chocolate and the colored and brown ones taste like milk chocolate

  24. This recipe taste like the Hershey cookies and cream ym

  25. Mm
    I'm gonna try that!

  26. Darn, it's really too bad the Make 'n Mold site only ships to USA and Canada P: They have some really cute molds!

  27. The thing is, I dont have candy melts in my country 🙁 what if I use white chocolate?

  28. Can you maybe do a cake pop recipe without things that you can't get in europe ?

  29. Can you do a peppermint bark tutorial please? It's my grandma's favorite, but it never turns out for me.

  30. ooh ok 🙂 thanks, are they easier to work with than chocolate chips?

  31. Candy melts are very stable at room temperature.

  32. when you finshed, did you put it in the freezer so it didnt melt?


  34. this looks delish

  35. Can you make Christmas Tree, Santa Clause, or any Christmas cake pop?

  36. Omg I love all your videos thank you for doing these videos 🙂 @ yoyomax12

  37. michaels

  38. I've never melted a commercially made chocolate bar for remolding purposes before, so I don't know the answer to that, sorry

  39. I supposed you could try molding the cookie dough in them, I just don't know how easy they would be to get out of the mold

  40. Its so pretty I wouldn't want to eat it!

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