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Chocolate Chip Muffin Candles


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These delicious looking chocolate chip muffin candles smell almost as good as they look like they would taste. They even have the realistic look of muffins right down to the ridges from the muffin papers. When burned, these candles will make your home smell like you just finished baking something wonderfully chocolate.

Candle Making Tools

• Wax melter or double boiler
• Muffin tin
• Metal measuring cup
• Popsicle Stick or spoon
• 2 containers
• Electric Mixer

Candle Making Supplies

• Muffin Papers
• Candle Wax
• Gold Candle Dye (or yellow and brown)
• Dark Brown Candle Dye
• Chocolate Candle Wax Scent
• Pre-waxed wick with wick tab

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Place your cupcake papers in an old muffin tray Chocolate chip muffin candles step 1
Melt your candle wax, add gold coloring (or 3 parts yellow and 2 parts brown) and chocolate scent to the wax. Pour the wax into your muffin cups. Set aside the rest of the wax to make your whipped wax. Chocolate chip muffin candles step 2
Add the pre-dipped wicks to the papers in the muffin tin and allow to cool, not to harden. Chocolate chip muffin candles step 3
Make whipped wax with the wax you set aside earlier. Chocolate chip muffin candles step 4
Scoop up the whipped wax with a spoon and place it around the wick first then work your way out. Pile up the whipped wax past the edge of the muffin paper. Use your fingers to push the wax around the wick if necessary. Now you need to make the chocolate chips. Melt a small amount of wax and add brown coloring. Place it in a small container and allow it to cool, not to harden. Lightly scrape the brown wax with a popsicle stick or spoon getting a small chunk on the end. Repeat this process until you have as many chips as you want. Once you have enough chips, lightly push them into the whipped wax topping. Allow the wax to harden completely. Chocolate chip muffin candles step 5
Once the wax has hardened completely, slide a spoon under the cap of the muffin candle and lightly pry it up until the muffin comes loose. It should just pop out. It is important to wait for the candle to completely harden or your candle may collapse under its own weight. Chocolate chip muffin candles step 6
Remove the papers from your muffin candles. You will see the ridges left by the papers around the edge as depicted in this image. Chocolate chip muffin candles step 7
Trim the wick to 1/4" and your candle is done! Chocolate chip muffin candles step 8
 

 

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