White ChocolateWhite chocolate is made with cocoa butter, without the cocoa solids as in dark chocolate and milk chocolate. In addition to cocoa butter, it contains sugar, milk solids, lecithin and vanilla. While it cannot technically be called chocolate because it doesn’t contain any cocoa solids, it does contain at least 25% cocoa butter and 14% milk solids. The higher sugar content in white chocolate makes it more heat sensitive and easy to melt. White chocolate is available in easy to measure disks, callets and wafers. Many bakers enjoy using white chocolate in their cookie, cake and dessert recipes for the delicate chocolate flavor and the ivory white color. It is perfect for making white chocolate chip and macadamia nut cookies, for making candy like White Chocolate Bark or a creamy White Chocolate Mouse. How to Store White ChocolateStore white 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 from onions and garlic because it will pick up tastes and odors strongly flavored foods.