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Peanut-Free, Milk-Free Chocolate Buckeye Candy
11/20/13 1:10 PM
 
Blog Entry by KFA Food Bloggers offline
Allergy-Friendly Buckeyes: Peanut-Free, Milk-Free, Egg-Free, Soy-Free, Wheat-Free, Gluten-Free, Nut-Free Original "Buckeyes" are peanut butter balls dipped in chocolate. This version can be made free of the top 8 allergens.  If you need...
 
Peanut Allergy Alert - Fannie May Heart Shaped Box of Chocolates
2/20/14 8:09 AM
 
Blog Entry by Lynda offline
Fannie May Issues A Voluntary Recall Of Its 4.0 Oz. Heart-shaped Box Of Assorted Chocolates Due To Undeclared Peanuts Contact: Consumer: 1-330-494-0833 Ext. 193   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - February 19, 2014 - Fannie May Confections Brands, Inc. (...
 
How to Make Allergy-Friendly Chocolate Easter Eggs Candy
3/26/13 2:00 PM
 
Blog Entry by Kids With Food Allergies offline
How to Make Chocolate Easter Candy by Laura Giletti     The fun thing about making chocolate and molding it is that you can adapt the same skill for any holiday, as long as you have the molds.  Some molds allow you to...
 
Peanut-Free, Milk-Free Chocolate Buckeye Candy
11/20/13 7:46 PM
 
Comment by blinknwink offline
This looks good! Thanks for posting, I'm excited to try it out! 
 
Peanut-Free, Milk-Free Chocolate Buckeye Candy
11/20/13 8:54 PM
 
Comment by deeva88 offline
these look awesome and easy for the kids to help with.  Thanks for sharing.  we just made the sunbutter chocolate fudge last night and that is also great.  has anyone tried a coacoa bar from the grocery store? I just got one that lists...
 
Peanut-Free, Milk-Free Chocolate Buckeye Candy
11/21/13 10:25 AM
 
Comment by HealthyMama offline
These look great!  How long do they stay "fresh" in the fridge and do they freeze well?
 
Peanut-Free, Milk-Free Chocolate Buckeye Candy
11/21/13 2:09 PM
 
Comment by BetsyLippolis offline
I have made my own bars and shaped lollipops using the enjoy life chips.
 
Peanut-Free, Milk-Free Chocolate Buckeye Candy
11/21/13 4:32 PM
 
Comment by cheymom offline
HealthyMama - I make them and put them in the freezer prior to dipping in chocolate.  I flash freeze them and put in ziploc bags, then pull them out and dip in chocolate.  They are much easier to dip in chocolate if they are frozen first....
 
Peanut-Free, Milk-Free Chocolate Buckeye Candy
11/21/13 4:33 PM
 
Comment by cheymom offline
BetsyLippolis!  We are glad you found us!  What allergens are you avoiding?
 
Peanut-Free, Milk-Free Chocolate Buckeye Candy
11/22/13 2:07 AM
 
Comment by Starkled offline
Originally Posted by deeva88: has anyone tried a coacoa bar from the grocery store? I just got one that lists the ingredients as: 100% chocolate and that's it.  I also need to stay clear of corn, wheat, soy, dairy, nuts & eggs..wondering...
 
How to Make Allergy-Friendly Chocolate Easter Eggs Candy
3/27/13 4:15 PM
 
Comment by HLBK offline
My daughter and I are definitely going to do this!!!! It will be so much fun!!!
 
How to Make Allergy-Friendly Chocolate Easter Eggs Candy
3/27/13 11:40 PM
 
Comment by Paolabea offline
Hi! This is great! But I tried it last year with Enjoy Life mini chips and the chocolate didn't seem to stay hard when taken out of the fridge. Did you use Enjoy Life chips? Did you put anything else while melting it?   Thanks!!!
 
How to Make Allergy-Friendly Chocolate Easter Eggs Candy
3/28/13 8:12 AM
 
Comment by cheymom offline
Paolabea!  We are glad you found us!   I have found that the chocolate is rather soft.  I usually keep them in the fridge.    You can try posting on our Food & Cooking forum for further assistance.  Someone may...
 
How to Make Allergy-Friendly Chocolate Easter Eggs Candy
3/28/13 8:16 AM
 
Comment by momof2girls offline
I wonder if the halves are meant to be filled and put together whole??  That would be fun if it worked! 
 
How to Make Allergy-Friendly Chocolate Easter Eggs Candy
3/28/13 12:42 PM
 
Comment by cheymom offline
Welcome momof2girls!  It is possible to make the eggs stuffed with a filling.  Laura showed us how to make plain, solid chocolate eggs.  You could take a pastry brush and brush a layer of chocolate into the mold.  Make a...
 
How to Make Allergy-Friendly Chocolate Easter Eggs Candy
4/11/13 3:52 PM
 
Comment by Momma2Joey offline
I've been doing this for every holiday for years now. the silicone molds are awesome because the chocolate comes out with a nice shiny coating. I usually make a mock peanutbutter cup filling using margarine, graham crackers, powdered sugar and...
 
How to Make Allergy-Friendly Chocolate Easter Eggs Candy
3/21/14 4:17 PM
 
Comment by Kathy P offline
Here is one filling possibility - Buckeye candies This one does not use graham crackers.   Here is another one that does - Mock PB cups
 
How to Make Allergy-Friendly Chocolate Easter Eggs Candy
4/13/14 8:31 PM
 
Comment by Kathy P offline
Definitely how you handle the chocolate ages a difference. You want warm it slowly and only til it all melts. I've taken chocolate out temper by handling it badly. Then it won't set up right and the texture gets grainy and it really blooms!  ...
 
How to Make Allergy-Friendly Chocolate Easter Eggs Candy
3/21/14 4:35 PM
 
Comment by yellow_daisy offline
Thanks Kathy P!
 
How to Make Allergy-Friendly Chocolate Easter Eggs Candy
4/9/14 10:06 PM
 
Comment by elapsmom offline
I have never tried the Enjoy Life brand, but I have made dairy, soy, nut-free molded chocolates many times using chips from Chocolate Emporium.  The problem I experience is that the molded chocolates looks wonderful at first, but they develop a...
 
How to Make Allergy-Friendly Chocolate Easter Eggs Candy
4/11/14 4:49 PM
 
Comment by Starkled offline
I've only used Enjoy Life chocolates to make molded chocolates, so I have nothing else to compare to, but I've had some times where my chocolates developed quite a bloom and other times that they didn't.  I think the difference was how I...
 
New Food Find: Organic, Fair Trade, Allergen-Free Chocolate Chips
3/8/14 1:52 PM
 
Blog Entry by KFA Food Bloggers offline
Coming to stores in May 2014 - Pascha's allergy-friendly chocolate chips sourced from organic, fair trade, non-GMO cacao. Pascha is a company founded by parents who manage food allergies. The plant is completely free of the top 8 allergens and...
 
How to Make Allergy-Friendly Chocolate Easter Eggs Candy
3/21/14 3:13 PM
 
Comment by yellow_daisy offline
Originally Posted by Momma2Joey: I've been doing this for every holiday for years now. the silicone molds are awesome because the chocolate comes out with a nice shiny coating. I usually make a mock peanutbutter cup filling using margarine, graham...
 
 
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