What are Chocolate Meltaways?
A meltaway refers to the various types of cakes, cookies, and confections that to seem to melt in the mouth. Meltaways, in a confectionary term, are a eutectic candy. A eutectic refers to a combination of fats that melt at a lower temperature than a singular fat by itself. This is what creates the creamy center of a meltaway.
Meltaways are unique in that the melting point is well below that of chocolate (94० F) and coconut oil (92० F). The center of a meltaway chocolate is created by mixing chocolate with lauric fat (coconut oil for example) and letting it set. This is similar to a ganache, minus the dairy.
Meltaways come in many different flavors and are relatively easy to make. A few of the most popular varieties are chocolate, mint and peanut butter, however they can be made using almost any type of flavoring for the creamy center.
Your favorite chocolate meltaways can be found at Sinful Sweets Chocolate Company in downtown Pittsburgh. Our meltaways are covered in our premium milk, dark or white chocolate and are said to be love at first bite. Assortments or individual pieces are available and can be gift wrapped for gift giving. Looking for a special flavor? Contact us at (412) 235-7865 or firstname.lastname@example.org.