Friday, June 14, 2013

How To Keep Your Chocolate Chips Afloat From The Bottom Of The Batter

Baking can be challenging especially if it is your first time. If you find yourself having a bit of trouble from keeping the chocolate chips from sinking to the bottom of the batter then the following advice may help you keep it from happening.

What you will need: A bag of chocolate chips and some flour

Step 1: Coat the chocolate chips with a tablespoon of flour. This will keep them from sinking rapidly down the batter. Then toss the chocolate chips.

Step 2: Use small chips than bigger ones because smaller chips are lighter and would not easily sink.

Step 3: After you are done mixing the batter well, you can now fold the chocolate chips. This will keep them afloat in the batter.

Step 4: Decrease the liquid in your recipe just by a quarter cup so that the batter will be thicker. Remember, the more liquid it contains, the less likely it will become thick and at this point in time, you need to consider thickening your batter. This will help in keeping the chocolate chips afloat.

Step 5: Another way to make sure that the flour sticks better to the chocolate chips is by spraying some cooking spray on the chocolate chips. Just make sure that you do not overdo it.

It may take a while before you are able to execute this perfectly but with ample practice and dedication, you will eventually get used to this.

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