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What are the differences and similarities between dark, white and milk chocolate

  1. Matt Wells profile image
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    Matt Wellsposted 6 years ago

    What are the differences and similarities between dark, white and milk chocolate?

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  2. MargaritaEden profile image73
    MargaritaEdenposted 6 years ago

    The darker the chocolate, the healthier it is, more cacao content, meaning it has less sugar and milk. If you want to receive benefits of chocolate eat chocolate with 70% or more cacao content. So dark chocolate is your friend, the other two are full of milk and sugar.

    1. Cristale profile image84
      Cristaleposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Great answer! I actually made a hub about that!

    2. mecheshier profile image86
      mecheshierposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Yes, this is definitely a great answer! The darker the better.

    3. ercramer36 profile image96
      ercramer36posted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Dark tastes great too!

  3. jennzie profile image85
    jennzieposted 6 years ago

    Dark chocolate is made when fat and sugar is added to cocoa, but it doesn't contain any milk.It also is the only one of the three with health benefits.

    Milk chocolate is made when the addition of milk is added. It also contains more sugar and less cocoa than dark chocolate.

    White chocolate is made using cocoa butter, sugar and milk and doesn't contain any actual cocoa solids.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Types_of_chocolate

  4. SparklingDezzaRay profile image59
    SparklingDezzaRayposted 6 years ago

    White melts in your mouth and sends you to dream land!
    Dark chocolate is great for your health,
    Milk Chocolate is for immediate gratification and SUGAR RUSH!

  5. TeacherCaro profile image60
    TeacherCaroposted 6 years ago

    The darker, the stronger, I think, and I like it most. I do not like white chocolate and it is said it is not healthy at all! I also think the dark one is pure chocolate, without milk and little sugar. I think white chocolate is a bit heavy for my stomach.

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    Marntzuposted 6 years ago

    percentage of cocoa in the recipe. Higher percentage is dark chocolate. milk has less cocoa but additional sugar and cream in the recipe. White Chocolate actually has no cocoa in it and is technically not chocolate. In fact in some countries you cannot call it white chocolate.

  7. endless sea profile image72
    endless seaposted 6 years ago

    Dark chocolate contains more cocoa and less sugar and milk, milk chocolate has higher sugar and milk less cocoa, white chocolate has no cocoa or very less cocoa and has high amount of sugar, milk... smile darker the chocolate the healthier it is.. Plus you will even enjoy the dark one.Yummmmmm

 
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