what is the difference between chocolate chips and the "bark"
does one have to add something to chips to stay harden when cooled?
White chocolate is cocoa butter combined with milk and a sweetener, often flavored with vanilla. Like chocolate, it may be purchased in large or small bricks, but these can often be difficult to work with as one must cut off chunks with a knife, often resulting in inaccurate portioning. Some "white chocolate", known as confectioner's coating or summer coating, is made from inexpensive solid or hydrogenated vegetable fats, and as such, is not at all derived from cocoa. These preparations may actually be white in color (in contrast to white chocolate's ivory shade) and will lack cocoa butter's flavor.
The bark makes a thin coating over the oreo balls much like the thin chocolate coating on top of ice cream.
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