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Is It OK To Use Bloomed Chocolate?

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  1. I understand the temptation to use expired or bloomed chocolate in baking. However, from my experience, it’s best to avoid using chocolate that is past its prime. Bloomed chocolate can impart an undesirable flavor and texture to baked goods. The fat and sugar have separated, leaving behind a grainy, gritty product that simply won’t melt smoothly. I’ve found it’s worth the extra effort to seek out quality chocolate within the expiration date for optimal results. There are tips to revive bloomed chocolate, but these aren’t always successful. For best results, use fresh ingredients including chocolate that hasn’t undergone bloom. With high quality ingredients, your baked treats will taste delicious and homemade. Trust me, your friends and family will appreciate the extra effort to start with chocolate at its peak.

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