Interested in baking with chocolate callets? Who isn't?!
You may be wondering what the difference is between your standard chocolate chips and chocolate snaps. However, once you get into using chocolate snaps for your chocolaty recipes, you’ll realize just how vital this dessert topping is for your most creative desserts.
What Are Chocolate Callets
Chocolate callets look like chocolate chips, with a little twist to them. They actually look like the disc version of a chocolate chip. The reason why they take on this unusual shape is because they’re actually made for melting and less for decorating. It’s also much larger in size than a chocolate chip. Using chocolate callets in muffin and cookie recipes will change the consistency of the recipe. That’s just to say there’s more than meets the eye with toppings and baking ingredients.
How Do I Use Chocolate Callets in Baking?
As we mentioned earlier, callets are mostly used for its quick melting capabilities. It’s the chocolate you would use for a fondue, to melt on strawberries, pineapple or any other fruit you want to melt chocolate on carefully and craftily. It can also be used to melt on a cheesecake, or for a delicious cake crust. Callets contain 5.6 grams of fat per 15-gram serving, while chocolate chips have just 4.5 grams of fat for the same size serving. If you’re a pro baker, then you already know how this can affect your recipes.
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