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Old 05-21-2013, 18:54   #21
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just a thought for those looking for candy molds. If you have a hobby lobby, or similar craft store, nearby go check out our their bakers aisle. The hobby lobby here sells all sorts of candy molds for less than $5.
where do you get erythritol and monk fruit bomb ????

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I just tried this and it was obviously too runny for the mini paper-cups, so I poured it into a perfect size glass tray which I sprayed with a natural spray & cook. I put it into the fridge so it wouldn't go too hard for me to cut. Its like fudge and so delicious and lifted off the glass quite easily. A good reason for me to use coconut oil more often. I will now dish it into the mini paper cups and freeze it.

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where do you get erythritol and monk fruit bomb ????

I'm not sure if I understand your question. Where to get monk fruit extract? I got mine from Amazon.

http://www.amazon.com/Purelo-Sweetener-Monk-Fruit-grams/dp/B006MRKA5K/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1369309439&sr=8-5&keywords=monk+fruit

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Mine gets awfully hard, in the freezer (but melts TOO much in the fridge!) -- so I like the flattest shaped molds I can find. I cannot imagine cutting it, unless it is partially frozen, and even then, biting into it, unless it is VERY FLAT, is going to be a challenge.

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I made some this weekend. In the freezer mine did not get very hard at all. Very easy to bite.

I seem to have a bit of a problem though, my 5 and 6 y/o boys found them and ate them all before I knew it! I think I got two!! I suppose I will have to make more than one batch next time! ..and hide them!

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They are good, aren't they? They are my go to snack these days. Mine are in the freezer, hard but easy to bite. They certainly are like M&Ms... they do melt in your hand! I have a 24 section silicone Wilton Cakes mold. Not meant for candy rather baking but it works great for this purpose!

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I have some ice cube trays, the flex rubbery kind. I made some that were in shapes of stars and some flowers. My only problem is they were a bit to sweet for me. I may have to cut back on the sweetner. Mine are firm but not hard, very easy to eat.

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I just sweeten to taste. A good friend who tasted mine said they tasted like semi-sweet to her and she would like them sweeter.




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I haven't used a sweetener and to me its like fudge or toffee. I like it without the sweetener and or rather I don't buy sweeteners.

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Old 05-27-2013, 18:17   #30
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Can you buy the erythritol and the monk fruit in a local storesuch as wal mart ??? Can you use splenda instead ?? I would like to try those if i could find the ingredients
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