They are used as a cost-effective alternative to real chocolate, and are popular for use in confectionery, baking, and ice cream applications.
Chocolate coatings are typically made with a blend of cocoa powder, sugar, and vegetable fats such as palm kernel oil or coconut oil. This blend is heated and melted to produce a smooth and shiny chocolate-like coating that can be used for dipping, enrobing, or coating various confectionery items.
One advantage of chocolate coatings is that they are less expensive than real chocolate and have a longer shelf life. They also have a lower melting point than real chocolate, making them easier to work with in warmer temperatures.
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