Milk chocolate is one of the most popular types of baking chocolate. Milk chocolate is made with dry milk solids and cocoa liquor. Our milk chocolates have at least 30% cocoa solids, compared to dark chocolate with 50% to 85%. Because it has a lower percentage of cocoa liquor, milk chocolate is less intense than chocolate. It also contains sugar, giving it a sweeter flavor and creamy texture.The sugar content in milk chocolate causes it to be more heat sensitive, which can change the consistency and texture of come baked goods and ruin your recipe. In most cases, semi-sweet or bittersweet chocolate should not be substituted with milk chocolateMilk chocolate is available in easy to measure callets, disks or wafers. They melt easily and are great for recipes calling for chunks of chocolate. You can use milk chocolate in cookies, puddings, chocolate fillings, and chocolate ganache. These chocolate disks are perfect for both home bakers and professional chefs.How to Store Dark ChocolateKeep your chocolate in a cool (below 65 F) and dry environment. When properly stored chocolate should last for up to 2 years. Chocolate should always be stored separately, because it will pick up ‘off notes’ from strongly flavored foods, like, onion, garlic, and caraway.