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Which is the best: milk, dark, or white chocolate, and which brand do you prefer?
Dark is the best one, and the more cocoa % the better, dark chocolate has less sugar and milk, and more antioxidants. Ghirardelli is my favorite brand.
This opinion is purely based on taste. Milk chocolate is the favourite of most. I favour the darker chocolates and am not generally a fan of white chocolate.
Milk chocolate is variable, some are excellent whereas others are too milky and taste too creamy in my opinion. I think Cadbury's do a very good milk chocolate, and Yorkie is very nice too - less milky than Cadbury's. Galaxy is nice too but a bit too creamy.
Lindor are my favourite chocolate brand. Their milk chocolate is wonderful.
Dark chocolate is my favorite, preferably 70 or 72% if I'm eating it plain. I enjoy 80% if mixed with dried fruit and nuts. White chocolate is technically a "confection" instead of a chocolate, but I love it mixed with peppermint candies and coated in dark chocolate (peppermint bark). My latest favorite is Scharffen Berger 70% bittersweet chocolate. Of course, it's expensive and I can't afford it often which is probably what makes it my favorite! You know, supply and demand. Lindt is also good, but only if manufactured in Switzerland.
As others have said; dark chocolate is the healthier of the choices. I personally prefer milk chocolate myself. However, I do enjoy all chocolate, regardless of the color.
dark chocolate. as a matter of fact we have dark chocolate covered raisins in the 'fridge right now. the perfect balance of sweet and bitter. what a great combination they are.
My favourite chocolate bar used to be Galaxy but now it's Dreambar (white chocolate) and Bellarom (Milk chocolate).
We drink whole, white organic milk. We love chocolate milk as well.
If I buy a chocolate bar it will always be Cadbury, probably a Twirl or a Wispa which are both milk chocolate.
If I fancy something a bit more grown up however, I will always go for something by Green and Black's, I love their dark chocolate with Cherry at the moment.
Whenever baking with chocolate I will always use Green and Black's 70% or 85% dark chocolate unless I can't get it in which case I will buy the Lindt brand instead.
As you can see, I am rather set in my choclatey ways
Milk Chocolate! It has the smoothest taste and has a perfect blend of sweet and cocoa.
Oooh, I love them all, but dark chocolate is my favorite! Godiva, Cadbury, and Lindt are my preferences, but I will secretly hoard a box of See's dark chocolate truffles- no sharing!
Milk and I love dove and Hershey. I hate dark for some reason.
by Corey5 years ago
White chocolate, milk chocolate or dark chocolate. Which is your favorite and why?I have a close friend who does not like chocolate at all. He is not allergic. He just does not like chocolate. I find that strange so, I...
by Alexander Pease7 years ago
I consider myself a choco-holic. Any kind of good chocolate will do, (although, I'm not a fan of the little Easter egg chocolates).What is your favorite kind of chocolate?
by Holisticity5 years ago
Which do you prefer - Dark chocolate, milk chocolate or white chocolate?Dark chocolate for me please! *mouth watering*
by Callum6 years ago
Dark Chocolate, White Chocolate or Milk Chocolate For me its dark chocolate, its not as sweet as the others but its better for your heart.
by alian3466 years ago
What is your favourite type of chocolate?There are many types of chocolate eg white chocolate, milk chocolate, semisweet chocolate, bittersweet chocolate and unsweetened chocolate. Which is your favourite and why?
by Right On Time7 years ago
Do you like dark chocolate or milk chocolate?I have to say, I've become a dark chocolate convert...YUM!
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