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Feb 26, 2008 10:01 AM

Mini Baking Chips [Moved from Home Cooking board]

I'm trying to source miniature white chocolate chips and miniature peanut butter chips. Thus far, the Google has been far from helpful. Does anyone have a good source for these suckers?

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  1. I don't know offhand, but I bet if you give King Arthur Flour a call, they might be able to at least point you somewhere helpful (I see that they have a few miniature chip options on their website). Try calling their Baker's Store, or the Baker's Hotline for help. They are extremely knowledgeable and accomodating.

    1. Trader Joe's has the smallest peanut butter cups I've ever seen.

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      1. re: Ruth Lafler

        Oops. You were looking for peanut butter chips, not cups. Although, the peanut butter cups are great for baking.

      2. Guittard apparently makes small white chocolate chips -- but the link I found to them is for 50 lbs! Not sure you want that many ... but surely they exist in smaller amounts as well.

        Oh, and looking through my links I rediscovered this one. Maybe they have more info?

        1. has the mini white chips in the "hard to find" category under "bakers pantry". It takes a few minutes to sift through the pages, but it's in there. Sorry I can't help you with the mini peanut butter chips.