How to Tint White Chocolate

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White chocolate needs to be tinted in a very specific way for the best possible results. Find out how to tint white chocolate with help from the Founder and Head Chocolatier for Sulpice Chocolat in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi. I'm Anne Shaeffer with Sulpice Chocolat. I'm going to show you how to tint white chocolate The main thing that you want to remember when you're coloring white chocolate is that you can't use your typical food coloring. And the reason for that is that it's water based and water based food coloring is going to make your chocolate seize. So what you want to do is look for powdered food coloring. You can also use pre-colored melts, we call it pre-colored melts. Or you could also use pre-colored cocoa butter. But I prefer to use this powder. And you just want to go ahead and add a bit of the powder to it. And then you're just going to mix it up. The food coloring should melt in with the fat-based white chocolate very easily. I want a bit more of an intense color so I'm going to add a little more. There you go, tinted white chocolate. My name's Anne Shaeffer with Sulpice Chocolat. Thanks for watching.


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