Guittard Baking Wafers
Guittard Chocolate is one of the oldest fine chocolate manufacturers in the United States. It was founded in 1868 in San Francisco after Etienne Guittard emigrated to the U.S. from France. Since then, the Guittard Chocolate Company has been upholding the uncompromising standards in ingredients and craft set by the founder. They source the best cocoa beans from around the world and use them to make rich and delicious chocolate products that would be right at home in any pastry chef’s kitchen. One of these gourmet chocolate products includes E. Guittard chocolate wafers. These delicious chocolate wafers are made for easy melting. They can be used in any recipe that requires melting chocolate. These chocolate discs also work especially well for coating fruit, marshmallows and other sweet items in decadent chocolate. Not only does Guittard offer couverture, but also nonpareils, classic chocolate wafers, as well as sugar-free wafers.
Collection Etienne Chocolate Baking Wafers
Dark, Milk & White Chocolate Couverture
Guittard’s finest chocolate wafers. This collection is an homage to the founder, Etienne Guittard, and incorporate dark chocolate, milk chocolate and white chocolate couverture.
Guittard’s Chocolate Baking Wafers
100% Unsweetened Chocolate & 72% Bittersweet
Classic chocolate options: the “Oban” unsweetened chocolate liquor is a perfect unsweetened chocolate for all-purpose use, and the “Onyx” 72% incorporates bittersweet chocolate bliss.
Organic Chocolate Baking Wafers
Available in Milk, Semisweet & Bittersweet
Another part of Collection Etienne, Guittard offers organic chocolate wafers in a 38% Cacao, 66% & 74%.
Sugar-Free Chocolate Baking Wafers
Sweetened with Maltitol
Sugar-Free chocolate. Guittard offers both a dark and milk chocolate in a sugar-free option, which sweetening from Maltitol.
Pastel Mint Wafers
Premium Mint Wafers for Baking and Eating
Guittard Mint Wafers are a mint flavored compound coating chocolate. Guittard Mint Wafers don’t require to be tempered prior to use. They can be melted using a double boiler, put in a glass bowl in a microwave as well as several other methods. The Guittard Mint Wafers are very similar to the Guittard Apeels, however they are slightly larger in diameter and pack a nice little minty taste!