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How To Melt White & Milk Chocolate Chips

I love chocolate covered treats, but have a little bit of trouble when it come to melting chocolate. Jada shows us how to melt white and milk chocolate chips on the stove top. In the next video we will cover over favorite snacks with chocolate.
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  1. Paula Strose says:

    I put coconut oil and it comes good too

  2. Samantha Jackson says:

    Does the chocolate solidify afterwards? Like a candy melt

  3. Steven Corbo says:

    I use coconut oil and I make sure I have a movie on so I can step away long enough to let it melt. tonight's I made sugar-free chocolate coconut clusters

  4. Zhada Harris says:

    Thank you so muchhhhh omg I was having so much trouble. And have went through so much trouble before finding this

  5. GreenMan 78 says:

    Thank you soooo much, the ways I tried burned it

  6. shanswan waters says:

    My new stove has a precision burner, which only produces 140fh.

  7. Teetee Kicmett says:

    did you dip takis🤨

  8. Vini vidi Vici says:

    I am giving this recipe a double thumbs up. 👍 👍 This really worked and I loved it

  9. zyad Tammam says:

    I like the boring eggs 🐣

  10. Sonia Hamilton says:

    I am so thankful I found this video!😁. I was having such a hard time trying to melt white chocolate to dip the Baileys cream balls in to coat them. 🤦‍♀️

  11. Frank Caccamo says:

    Can you use butter instead of oil

  12. AquaticOpal says:

    For once, I successfully melted the chocolates without burning them.

  13. lindseylife says:

    Never thought I would need this thank you!

  14. Aimanu Lluda Pattha says:

    Ḵẖud ko kaṭvawi

  15. I don’t recommend using olive oil. You need to use a flavorless oil when melting the chocolate.

  16. Vanessa C says:

    Will it still be creamy like that if I want to pipe it?

  17. Andrew Lazar says:

    Chocolate chips are formulated for cookies, not for melting since it has stabilizers. Olive oil is high in flavor and it can ruin the flavor of chocolate unless if you like the flavor in your chocolate. Adding too much oil will effect the consistency when setting up. Try to use good quality chocolate for melting like Ghirardelli or Lindt or go high-end and try Valrhona or Callebaut. Hope this helps! 🙂

  18. sneha7585 m says:

    You saved my day!!! One of the most important tip in chocolate making. Thanks a lot! 🙏🙏💐☺️👌👍🍫🇮🇳

  19. Billie Combs says:

    I am making white chocolate buckeyes on a large scale. I melted the wax first poured in the chips after let it sit for a bit and came and stored it. It seased up and not dunkable. What do I do

  20. Brandy Dodds says:

    Thank you so much!! I had the worst time melting chocolate So I tried your method and it worked perfect!! Thanks love 😘😘😘

  21. David Pritchett says:

    Good video and Jada is Fine!

  22. Kathryn Elquist says:

    Thank you! My daughter doesn’t like strawberries, so she won’t eat any unless they’re dipped in chocolate. She loved these!! Best I’ve ever made!

  23. renjitha thambi says:

    Can we use melted butter instead of oil?

  24. Jayna Mistry says:

    Will you taste the olive oil in the chocolate?

  25. kim Y/N 💜 says:

    I tried to melt kisses chocolate but it wasn't melting so I came here by Searching.

  26. NeeNee says:

    Omg, you even have the same chocolate chips as me, the last time I did this, I was being lazy and just tossed it in the microwave, and it started burning, so I added milk… and that didn't help either, thanks guys

  27. Austyn Young says:

    Tank you so much I’ve been really struggling with this

  28. Paula Michaus says:

    Chocolate dipped Takis?!

  29. Noah says:

    Never thought I’d need this but thank you anyways!

  30. Abishag Sedoriosa says:

    Can I use canola oil instead of olive oil?

  31. Kim says:

    Can you use vegetable oil

  32. Sleeze Bagg says:

    Doesn’t glass break on high heat?

  33. Madison Armstrong says:

    Very helpful! Love your channel!

  34. gigisdiamonds says:

    Coconut oil works really well and sets up well too. And has a bit more of a candy flavor.

  35. Tố Hoa Nguyen says:

    Very easy to understand!:)
    Thank you so much .))

  36. Amanda Nettles says:

    Thank you for this video. That's exactly what happened to me with the white chocolate getting hard and would not melt. I even used Ghirardelli chocolate thinking because it's more expensive I wouldn't have a problem. I was wrong lol before doing the stove top method I put the chocolate into the microwave and I burned it 🤦🤦🤦

  37. gleice promuceno says:

    What did tou add? I couldn’t hear you

  38. Little Loomer says:

    what heat did u put it at?

  39. Tutu Huckelberry says:

    Thanks very cool!

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