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Why Is Milk Chocolate Not White?

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  1. Imagine if all chocolate were white—it would be quite interesting, wouldn’t it? Well, the reason milk chocolate isn’t white is because it contains cocoa solids and cocoa butter. Cocoa solids give chocolate its brown color, and cocoa butter adds smoothness. Milk chocolate also has milk powder or condensed milk, which makes it creamier and lighter in color than dark chocolate. I can understand why this might seem puzzling! When I think about it, I remember learning about the process of making chocolate. The cocoa beans are roasted and then ground into a paste. This paste contains both cocoa solids and cocoa butter. When milk and sugar are added to this mixture, it becomes the delightful milk chocolate we know. So, the combination of cocoa solids, cocoa butter, milk, and sugar gives milk chocolate its unique color and taste!

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