1. Is Bake Believe available to buy online?

You can now purchase our right on our website! Click Shop to view our products. You can also visit our store on Amazon at www.amazon.com/bakebelieve

2. How do I find the closest location where I can buy Bake Believe?

Please visit our Find A Store page. You can search for locations by zip code.

3. Is Bake Believe available in countries other than the United States?

We are currently only sold in the United States.

4. Where can I recycle my Bake Believe package?

Please visit https://www.how2recycle.info/sdo for recycle locations. Most likely you’ll be able to recycle at your local grocery store.

5. Is Bake Believe GMO Free?

Yes, all varieties of Bake Believe baking chips, bars, and wafers are GMO free.

6. Is Bake Believe Fair Trade Certified?

Yes, Bake Believe’s baking chips, bars, and wafers are each Fair Trade Certified™. To learn more about Fair Trade please visit https://www.fairtradecertified.org/

7. How do I calculate net carbs?

Net carbs = Total Carbs – Fiber – Erythritol

8. Any tips for baking with the White Baking Chips?

Bake Believe’s White Baking Chips aren’t the sugary white baking chips of the past and have a lower melting point than a Semi-Sweet or Dark Chocolate Baking Chip.

Here are some tips:

  • Oven Temp: Keep at or below 325 degrees. Since all ovens are slightly different we recommend keeping an eye on them until you know how they melt in your oven.
  • Baking something at a higher temperature? We recommend adding the White Baking Chips towards the last couple minutes of baking time.
  • Alternatively, you can add the White Baking Chips after your item comes out of the oven. These chips will still melt beautifully.
  • Melting in Microwave: Heat in 20 – 30 second increments, checking the melt and stirring in-between until the chips are melted.
9. What food coloring is best to use with the White Melting Wafers?

Oil-based food colorings are recommended when coloring melted white wafers. These will typically state that they are made for use in chocolate. For the best results, start with a small amount and then continue to add until you reach your desired color.

It is also recommended to avoid using water-based food coloring as these products may cause chocolate to seize or harden.

10. Is Bake Believe made in a peanut and tree nut free facility?

Yes, Bake Believe is made in a 100% peanut and tree nut free facility.

11. Does Bake Believe contain peanuts and/or tree nuts?

No, Bake Believe is made in a 100% peanut and tree nut free facility.

12. Does Bake Believe contain gluten?

No, all Bake Believe varieties are gluten free.

13. Do the Bake Believe White Baking Chips contain dairy?

Yes, the Bake Believe White Baking Chips contain dairy / milk.

14. Are your baking chips vegan?

Our Dark Chocolate and Semi-Sweet Baking Chips and Bars are vegan. Our Milk & White Chips and both Melting Wafers contain milk / dairy.

15. Where can I view the nutritional information for your baking chips?

The nutrition fact panels are linked right next to the variety description on each of the product pages. Visit the Shop page and then click learn more.

16. Can I buy Bake Believe in bulk/wholesale?

Our varieties are not available in bulk or wholesale at this time.

17. What is Chocolate Liquor?

Chocolate Liquor is pure cacao mass that is made from cacao beans that have been fermented, dried and roasted. There is no alcohol in Chocolate Liquor. The term is defined by specific standards by the FDA.

18. What is Stevia?

Stevia is a plant that is part of the sunflower family. Stevia is 200 to 300 times sweeter than sugar and is known for having no effect on either glucose or blood sugar levels.

19. What is Inulin?

Inulin is a naturally occurring type of soluble plant fiber that is found in certain plants. Chicory root fiber is the the source of the inulin found in Bake Believe.

20. What is Erythritol?

Erythritol is a sugar alcohol and naturally occurs in some fruits and fermented foods. The Erythritol used in Bake Believe is Non-GMO and has a zero glycemic index.

21. What is Sunflower Lecithin?

Sunflower lecithin is made by dehydrating pure sunflower seeds and separating the seeds into three parts: oil, gum, and solids. The lecithin comes from the “gum” portion. It processed using a cold press system much like the one used to make olive oil.

22. Have a different question?

Please contact us and we’ll be happy to help!