Buying Guide: This candy machine helps you make sweet treats at home
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Buying Guide: This candy machine helps you make sweet treats at home

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Whether you’re a baker looking for a new way to make candy creations at home or a parent who wants to try a new fun weekend activity with your children, this candy making machine by Dash is an affordable way to mold more creative desserts.

How It Works

The Dash candy making machine can help you whip up everything from gummy bears to chocolates at home. It’s perfect for those who want to avoid unnatural food dyes or diabetics who want to create their own sugar-free treats. The candy maker comes with two molds shaped like hearts and bears (ideal for a thoughtful Valentine’s Day surprise), and set-up is simple. Follow your favorite recipe and adjust the heat settings to create candy in minutes.

A Safer Way to Make Candy at Home

In addition to giving families the option to make sugar-free and allergen-free sweets at home, this Dash candy maker is also safe enough for the whole family to use. Unlike creating hard candy on the stove, this candy maker contains your mixture and prevents spills and burns.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers are raving about this candy making machine, giving it an average of 4.3 out of 5 stars. Reviewers following the keto diet loved the ability to make low carb treats at home, while parents who were concerned about artificial colors and sweeteners in store bought candy liked making safer treats for their children. The price was also a big pro, since this candy maker is a great under $25 gift for foodies.

Dash Candy Making Machine available from Amazon 

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