chocolate mold warmer?

beth campbell
@beth-campbell
06/17/17 02:46:44AM
40 posts

hi there,

I would love to know what is a effective way to warm my molds to just the right temp?  I am tired of using a hairdryer and looking for something that can warm alot of molds at once.

Thanks

Greg Gould
@greg-gould
06/17/17 03:31:41AM
68 posts

I use the warming draw at the bottom of my oven.

Potomac Chocolate
@ben-rasmussen
06/17/17 12:08:29PM
191 posts

I use a restaurant food warmer with a roll top lid that I've hacked in a fan and temperature control. You can see it here:

https://www.facebook.com/PotomacChocolate/photos/a.125991854108467.9786.124491320925187/547818471925801/?type=3&theater

https://www.facebook.com/PotomacChocolate/photos/a.125991854108467.9786.124491320925187/547819058592409/?type=3&theater

Other possibilities are food warming cabinets, bread proofers, or dehydrators.

beth campbell
@beth-campbell
06/17/17 12:39:06PM
40 posts

Thanks so much for all those ideas.

garfoid
@garfoid
06/27/17 02:09:08PM
16 posts

Maybe its stupid, but a low tech solution would be a brick you've kept in an oven at a low temperature over night, then turn the oven off, leaving the brick in there and it should maintain a warm temperature without getting too hot? 

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