How can we use flat wafer scrap other than recycle into the wafer filling?
In short: yes you can. If you add them to chocolate it is similar to some crispies being used. There's also a big industry on icecream and cake decorations for crumbles.
Grinding the wafer off cuts (dry sheets or creamed) and adding them to the filling is the only way to recycle this material, Its not possible to add this material to the wafer batter.
To reduce the off cuts its important to design the cut wafer size so that the wafer sheet is fully utilised which will result in scrap levels that can be recycled into the cream
Dear Mr. Andrew,
Thank you for your answer. Allow me to explain my question in other words. Can we use the wafer scrap to produce other products? For example chocolate balls (may be enrobed) or fillings for other products. Does anybody here has similar experience?
Thank you for your answer. We are really interested in developing a new product using our scrap. Would you please advise who can help in this project?
If all is well you have my contact data.. Let's plan a call.