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I asked this question years ago. I can't remember the answer and can't find it, either. It's been a few years since I've used the recipe for Gum Drop Fudge, and it calls for white candy coating.
Are they the same thing?
according to google...YES...
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Duh! Google. Why didn't I think of that? Probably for the same reason I couldn't remember the answer.
All right then, if that's the case, are white candy coating and WHITE CHOCOLATE CHIPS (Nestle's, etc.) the same thing ? I wanted to do a recipe using white chocolate chips I already have in place of white candy coating or almond bark. Not concerned about the flavor difference, just the parafin content of each of them. Any thoughts on that ?? Thx !
I think the bark or candy coating has paraffin added to melt easier, but I've melted white choc chips before with no problem, I don't know why they wouldn't work for you.
My aunt makes cookies & cream fudge that is a bag of white choc chips, a can of sweetened condensed milk, and crushed oreos, you just melt the chips & milk on stovetop and add the oreos, it always melts okay.
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