Take another look at white chocolate!
A lot of people claim that they do not like white chocolate. In reality, a lot of people do not like BAD white chocolate! What's the difference? A common ingredient in white chocolate is powdered milk instead of cream or whole milk. Powdered milk can be very overpowering in the white chocolate, and it can be a taste many people don't like. Good quality white chocolate will contain NO powdered milk, but will use full cream instead. The cream, along with cocoa butter and sugar gives the white chocolate a wholesome, pleasingly sweet and vanilla flavor. White chocolate does not contain the cocoa mass or liquor that dark chocolate and milk chocolate contain. It should however contain a high percentage of cocoa butter instead of vegetable oil.
Our popular white chocolate truffles are made with a very high quality white chocolate that is made with cream and 35% cocoa butter.
Posted Thursday, Jun 17 | by Creek House Patisserie