Beeswax wraps are an amazing new food wrapping material that is rapidly gaining popularity and will soon likely overtake Teflon as the number one kitchen coating. What makes this product unique is the fact that it is completely nontoxic, gluten free, and safe for any persons of all ages, so it’s perfect for young and old alike! It also contains no petroleum based chemicals, lanolin, or cholesterol, so it is good for those on a gluten-free diet, and people with lactose or gluten intolerance. Beeswax is extracted from bees through a complex process and is then purified to a very high degree.
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Beeswax wraps are food items that are already pre-made, but they are usually covered in a special beeswax-like substance called copal resin. When heated, the resin melts into a slurry which can then be applied to many different foods. For example, it can be used on grilled cheese, baked potatoes, pasta, steamed green vegetables, cookies, cakes, muffins, cakes, biscuits, or even ice cream. This type of coating has no calories, carbohydrates, cholesterol, or additives and is very low in fats. In fact it has the lowest total fat of all available fats.
The beeswax wraps do not need to be baked before you use them, since they are completely edible even without being exposed to heat. Just press the beeswax wrap into place, lay it out on a baking tray, and heat it to begin the coating. After it is nearly melted, remove it from the oven and place it on your baked goods.