Milk chocolate, as it is called, is simply chocolate from the cacoa bean that has beed mixed with sugar, and cacoa butter, and then mixed with condensed milk or milk powder. There are other additives that a manufacturer may add to give it their signature, but that is the basics of it.
Everyone in the world has been effected by milk chocolate in one way or another since its invention centuries ago. Being taken from South America, constantly perfected in Europe, until it had become a world phenomena. But I have no problem with that, do you? We use it for everything we can use it for, cookies, cakes, cereals, beverages, toppings, flavorings, decorations, etc., chocolate has its place in history for good.
Is Milk Chocolate Healthy?
Yes, to a degree. Ok, so the health benefits of milk chocolate are not as many as dark chocolate, however, there are still some to be considered. It is a stimulator, to the brain, to the emotions, thus, increasing your stamina. Of course, moderation, because it is high in fat content and sugar. Point to be taken here is we need fat in our diet, seriously, and milk chocolate can be a great source for that fat percentage, just not all of it should come from eating milk chocolate. Be sure to read the nutritional section of each chocolate substance you obtain so you know what you have to eat or bake with - very important.
There are also milk chocolate bars, milk chocolate fondue mixes and hardware, chocolate drinks, like hot chocolate and etc. There are many great recipe books that can teach you what to do with milk chocolate if you are fresh out of ideas and feel a bit overwhelmed. Just start reading and let the imagination roll. Some of the best milk chocolate recipes have come from the labatory so to speak. Perhaps you will be the next Thomas Edison of milk chocolate.
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