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Milk Chocolate

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Ideally I like to bake with milk chocolate that has a minimum of 35% cocoa solids and 20% milk solids and is made using Fairtrade cocoa beans.

I am rather partial to milk chocolate, and love to use it in creamy truffles mixed with fruity flavours like apple & liqueurs like Baileys. Milk chocolate as the name suggests is solid chocolate where some of the cocoa solids are replaced with milk in the form of milk powder, liquid milk or condensed milk, which gives it a sweeter texture and a smoother texture to dark chocolate.

Ideally, milk chocolate should be stored in a slightly cool, dry, dark place.

  • milk chocolate buttons

    Puddles, Orange Nice Spice

    Milk chocolate buttons are flat, circular, button-shaped chocolate pieces sold in various different sizes. They are great for melting or using as decorations.

  • milk chocolate chips

    Milk chocolate chips

    Small round pieces of chocolate, made to withstand moderate oven heat so they retain their texture and shape in cookies, muffins, and other baked desserts without appearing to melt

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