Definitions for "Milk Chocolate"
Made from chocolate liquor, dry whole milk, sugar, cocoa butter, soy lecithin and flavorings.
This is the most popular form of eating chocolate in the United States, probably because of its mild, mellow flavor. It has only 10% chocolate liquor and usually contains about 12% milk solids. Milk chocolate has a less robust flavor than sweet or semisweet. Back to the top
This best known chocolate is chocolate that has milk powder or condensed milk added. The US Government requires a 10% concentration of chocolate liquor. European rules specify a minimum of 25% cocoa solids. Generally cacao is the third of fourth ingredient. (Some fine chocolate manufacturers are making a 60% milk chocolate where the milk replaces the sugar instead of replacing the chocolate). The main ingredients of milk chocolate are (the first having the highest concentrations): Sugar, Milk or milk powder, Cocoa liquor, Cocoa butter and Vanilla.
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See "chocolaty"