One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Solid chocolate made with the addition of milk.
- ‘Dark chocolate, but not milk chocolate, provides similar benefits.’
- ‘They found that volunteers had to consume twice as much milk chocolate as dark chocolate to obtain the same amount of antioxidants.’
- ‘Melt the dark chocolate, 100g of milk chocolate, the butter and syrup together and then stir in the digestives.’
- ‘The hollow rabbit had a layer of white chocolate covered with milk chocolate.’
- ‘Among products derived from cocoa beans, cocoa powder contains the highest amount of polyphenols, followed by dark chocolate and milk chocolate.’
- ‘Frederick loves pairing his floral lavender chocolate with a Pinot Noir and his delicious lime-scented milk chocolate with a crisp Pinot Gris.’
- ‘In a bowl, combine the milk chocolate, bittersweet chocolate, and butter and place over a double boiler until melted.’
- ‘Well, yes, I had entirely forgotten the delights of the now extinct green and silver foil-wrapped biscuit, though I can instantly recall the smell of cheap milk chocolate and synthetic mint.’
- ‘Bad news: apparently this is only true for dark chocolate, not milk chocolate.’
- ‘Thirty participants were assigned randomly to receive 100 g of white chocolate, milk chocolate, or dark chocolate.’
- ‘So I wanted to find out why a chocolate-lover would prefer milk chocolate over dark chocolate.’
- ‘It is so good - bittersweet chocolate cake with milk chocolate filling with a light buttercream frosting.’
- ‘‘Some regions of the country prefer dark chocolate and others favor milk chocolate,’ says Freeman.’
- ‘Weight for weight, this chocolate contains about as much sugar as milk chocolate.’
- ‘That's bad news for candy makers who sell milk chocolate.’
- ‘Gianduja is the star chocolate attraction here, a blend of milk chocolate and hazelnuts ground until smooth then formed into a paste.’
- ‘What is called milk chocolate in the UK is called milk chocolate in the US, too, but many people simply refer to it as ‘chocolate’.’
- ‘I am dating a wonderful young lady and just want to know what champagne I should buy to woo her, and whether dark chocolate or milk chocolate would be best.’
- ‘Those square layered cookies come in a pack of three, each with a layer of buttery shortcake biscuit, a layer of creamy caramel, and a layer of sweet milk chocolate to top it all off.’
- ‘Place the semisweet chocolate, milk chocolate, and butter in a medium bowl, cover with plastic wrap, and place over the hot water until soft, about five minutes.’
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