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  • apullumapullum Posts: 4,187Member Member Posts: 4,187Member Member
    Katmary71 wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    Katmary71 wrote: »
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    If white means white chocolate that would be really good! People who thought white meant white chocolate on Kit Kats and Reeses were made fun of on here for thinking it meant white chocolate so I no longer assume.

    A lot of people think "white" candy means "white chocolate"--so many that there is currently a lawsuit because some people feel mislead that such candies were not actually white chocolate: https://thetakeout.com/white-chocolate-fake-lawsuit-nestle-1838507196

    If someone doesn't know much about chocolate and they see a "white" version of a candy that's normally...well, chocolate flavored at least...then I can see why they'd be confused. I don't think it's fair to make fun of them. I think the marketing is intentionally vague.

    Anyway, that "Hershey's White" bar is not white chocolate. There is small print at the bottom that says "white creme." It is probably something like vanilla flavored vegetable fat.

    Wait... I'm confused. What is the difference between white and white chocolate??

    Candy that’s just marketed as white may be vegetable fat with flavoring. It does not necessarily have any cocoa butter in it. White chocolate is made from cocoa butter, with sugar and milk added.

    Wow, I am embarrassed to say I am one of those people who always thinks white looking things that are normally chocolate is white chocolate, lol. Now I know why ACTUAL white chocolate from a specialty store tastes so much different. I am sure it is more expensive to use actual white chocolate which is why they always use the white "cream".

    I always assumed they were white chocolate too. Specialty store white chocolate is awesome, I used to buy a chunk of white chocolate from the bakery down the street with my allowance. Is it any wonder I'm on MFP as an adult!

    Well, is actual white chocolate even considered true chocolate??

    Nestle's has a new chip product that is called "Simply" There are dark, semi-sweet, and white chocolate chip. The "simply line is just 3-5 ingredients and ALL contain real chocolate, either solids or cocoa butter . There is NO MILK in the white chips.

    The Nestle product is marketed as “white morsels” and its webpage doesn’t use the term “white chocolate” at all. That may be because white chocolate typically does contain milk products. It may also be because white chocolate usually does not contain things like tapioca starch that are in these chips. https://www.verybestbaking.com/products/11991/tollhouse/simply-delicious-white-morsels-by-nestle-toll-house

    Edit: Here are some white chocolate chips that are marketed as such, so folks can see the difference.
    Guittard: https://www.guittard.com/our-chocolate/detail/choc-au-lait-baking-chips (they are called "vanilla" on the website, but also called "white chocolate")
    Valrhona: https://www.valrhona-chocolate.com/white-chocolate-chips.html
    Callebaut: https://www.vanillafoodcompany.ca/Chocolate-White-Chocolate-Callets-Chips-W2NV-p/cal-wh-callets-par.htm
    edited October 7
  • missysippy930missysippy930 Posts: 1,429Member Member Posts: 1,429Member Member
    Katmary71 wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    Katmary71 wrote: »
    nlinhmyvy1ap.jpg

    If white means white chocolate that would be really good! People who thought white meant white chocolate on Kit Kats and Reeses were made fun of on here for thinking it meant white chocolate so I no longer assume.

    A lot of people think "white" candy means "white chocolate"--so many that there is currently a lawsuit because some people feel mislead that such candies were not actually white chocolate: https://thetakeout.com/white-chocolate-fake-lawsuit-nestle-1838507196

    If someone doesn't know much about chocolate and they see a "white" version of a candy that's normally...well, chocolate flavored at least...then I can see why they'd be confused. I don't think it's fair to make fun of them. I think the marketing is intentionally vague.

    Anyway, that "Hershey's White" bar is not white chocolate. There is small print at the bottom that says "white creme." It is probably something like vanilla flavored vegetable fat.

    Wait... I'm confused. What is the difference between white and white chocolate??

    Candy that’s just marketed as white may be vegetable fat with flavoring. It does not necessarily have any cocoa butter in it. White chocolate is made from cocoa butter, with sugar and milk added.

    Wow, I am embarrassed to say I am one of those people who always thinks white looking things that are normally chocolate is white chocolate, lol. Now I know why ACTUAL white chocolate from a specialty store tastes so much different. I am sure it is more expensive to use actual white chocolate which is why they always use the white "cream".

    I always assumed they were white chocolate too. Specialty store white chocolate is awesome, I used to buy a chunk of white chocolate from the bakery down the street with my allowance. Is it any wonder I'm on MFP as an adult!

    I sometimes used my allowance/babysitting money , when I was a kid, for White chocolate almond bark from Fannie Farmer.

    When my DD was in high school, Nestle had seasonal Christmas Bells (small kiss sized) that were white with chopped almonds. Maybe they quit making them because of the controversy. They were really good.
  • pancakerunnerpancakerunner Posts: 1,606Member Member Posts: 1,606Member Member
    apullum wrote: »
    Katmary71 wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    Katmary71 wrote: »
    nlinhmyvy1ap.jpg

    If white means white chocolate that would be really good! People who thought white meant white chocolate on Kit Kats and Reeses were made fun of on here for thinking it meant white chocolate so I no longer assume.

    A lot of people think "white" candy means "white chocolate"--so many that there is currently a lawsuit because some people feel mislead that such candies were not actually white chocolate: https://thetakeout.com/white-chocolate-fake-lawsuit-nestle-1838507196

    If someone doesn't know much about chocolate and they see a "white" version of a candy that's normally...well, chocolate flavored at least...then I can see why they'd be confused. I don't think it's fair to make fun of them. I think the marketing is intentionally vague.

    Anyway, that "Hershey's White" bar is not white chocolate. There is small print at the bottom that says "white creme." It is probably something like vanilla flavored vegetable fat.

    Wait... I'm confused. What is the difference between white and white chocolate??

    Candy that’s just marketed as white may be vegetable fat with flavoring. It does not necessarily have any cocoa butter in it. White chocolate is made from cocoa butter, with sugar and milk added.

    Wow, I am embarrassed to say I am one of those people who always thinks white looking things that are normally chocolate is white chocolate, lol. Now I know why ACTUAL white chocolate from a specialty store tastes so much different. I am sure it is more expensive to use actual white chocolate which is why they always use the white "cream".

    I always assumed they were white chocolate too. Specialty store white chocolate is awesome, I used to buy a chunk of white chocolate from the bakery down the street with my allowance. Is it any wonder I'm on MFP as an adult!

    Well, is actual white chocolate even considered true chocolate??

    Nestle's has a new chip product that is called "Simply" There are dark, semi-sweet, and white chocolate chip. The "simply line is just 3-5 ingredients and ALL contain real chocolate, either solids or cocoa butter . There is NO MILK in the white chips.

    The Nestle product is marketed as “white morsels” and its webpage doesn’t use the term “white chocolate” at all. That may be because white chocolate typically does contain milk products. It may also be because white chocolate usually does not contain things like tapioca starch that are in these chips. https://www.verybestbaking.com/products/11991/tollhouse/simply-delicious-white-morsels-by-nestle-toll-house

    Edit: Here are some white chocolate chips that are marketed as such, so folks can see the difference.
    Guittard: https://www.guittard.com/our-chocolate/detail/choc-au-lait-baking-chips (they are called "vanilla" on the website, but also called "white chocolate")
    Valrhona: https://www.valrhona-chocolate.com/white-chocolate-chips.html
    Callebaut: https://www.vanillafoodcompany.ca/Chocolate-White-Chocolate-Callets-Chips-W2NV-p/cal-wh-callets-par.htm

    @apullum you should right a book... haha. Do you have experience working in the chocolate biz?!
  • pancakerunnerpancakerunner Posts: 1,606Member Member Posts: 1,606Member Member
    apullum wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    Katmary71 wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    Katmary71 wrote: »
    nlinhmyvy1ap.jpg

    If white means white chocolate that would be really good! People who thought white meant white chocolate on Kit Kats and Reeses were made fun of on here for thinking it meant white chocolate so I no longer assume.

    A lot of people think "white" candy means "white chocolate"--so many that there is currently a lawsuit because some people feel mislead that such candies were not actually white chocolate: https://thetakeout.com/white-chocolate-fake-lawsuit-nestle-1838507196

    If someone doesn't know much about chocolate and they see a "white" version of a candy that's normally...well, chocolate flavored at least...then I can see why they'd be confused. I don't think it's fair to make fun of them. I think the marketing is intentionally vague.

    Anyway, that "Hershey's White" bar is not white chocolate. There is small print at the bottom that says "white creme." It is probably something like vanilla flavored vegetable fat.

    Wait... I'm confused. What is the difference between white and white chocolate??

    Candy that’s just marketed as white may be vegetable fat with flavoring. It does not necessarily have any cocoa butter in it. White chocolate is made from cocoa butter, with sugar and milk added.

    Wow, I am embarrassed to say I am one of those people who always thinks white looking things that are normally chocolate is white chocolate, lol. Now I know why ACTUAL white chocolate from a specialty store tastes so much different. I am sure it is more expensive to use actual white chocolate which is why they always use the white "cream".

    I always assumed they were white chocolate too. Specialty store white chocolate is awesome, I used to buy a chunk of white chocolate from the bakery down the street with my allowance. Is it any wonder I'm on MFP as an adult!

    Well, is actual white chocolate even considered true chocolate??

    Nestle's has a new chip product that is called "Simply" There are dark, semi-sweet, and white chocolate chip. The "simply line is just 3-5 ingredients and ALL contain real chocolate, either solids or cocoa butter . There is NO MILK in the white chips.

    The Nestle product is marketed as “white morsels” and its webpage doesn’t use the term “white chocolate” at all. That may be because white chocolate typically does contain milk products. It may also be because white chocolate usually does not contain things like tapioca starch that are in these chips. https://www.verybestbaking.com/products/11991/tollhouse/simply-delicious-white-morsels-by-nestle-toll-house

    Edit: Here are some white chocolate chips that are marketed as such, so folks can see the difference.
    Guittard: https://www.guittard.com/our-chocolate/detail/choc-au-lait-baking-chips (they are called "vanilla" on the website, but also called "white chocolate")
    Valrhona: https://www.valrhona-chocolate.com/white-chocolate-chips.html
    Callebaut: https://www.vanillafoodcompany.ca/Chocolate-White-Chocolate-Callets-Chips-W2NV-p/cal-wh-callets-par.htm

    @apullum you should right a book... haha. Do you have experience working in the chocolate biz?!

    Nope, no professional experience in chocolate. I'm just a chocolate snob :)

    I respect you!
  • pancakerunnerpancakerunner Posts: 1,606Member Member Posts: 1,606Member Member
  • cdudley628cdudley628 Posts: 467Member Member Posts: 467Member Member
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    Yum, definitely want to try the cookies n creme rice krispies treat, and the parmesan and roasted garlic Pringles!
  • glassyoglassyo Posts: 3,968Member Member Posts: 3,968Member Member
    Who recommended the Think Thin kids bar? I was iffy on trying it since the chocolate on the adult Think Thin bar I tried was waxy but the kids version is reeeeally good! I tried the chocolate chip and also bought the vanilla cupcake which I'll try at some point. I have a lot of chocolate peanut butter stuff around so held off on buying that flavor.
  • apullumapullum Posts: 4,187Member Member Posts: 4,187Member Member
    glassyo wrote: »
    Who recommended the Think Thin kids bar? I was iffy on trying it since the chocolate on the adult Think Thin bar I tried was waxy but the kids version is reeeeally good! I tried the chocolate chip and also bought the vanilla cupcake which I'll try at some point. I have a lot of chocolate peanut butter stuff around so held off on buying that flavor.

    Glad you liked it! I have tried the chocolate chip and the cookies and cream, but I haven’t tried the cupcake.
  • widgit808widgit808 Posts: 126Member, Premium Member Posts: 126Member, Premium Member
    arya8 wrote: »
    I got these at cvs. I had the mushroom one and it was really good. It was comparable to those ichiban cups in size. I’m excited to try the rest of them. yw6xtv3jz214.jpeg

    @arya8 Yes! I had that as well and loved! Feels like a lot of few for so few calories. I found at Tuesday Morning a while back as a random find so excited to hear cvs carries them now!
  • pancakerunnerpancakerunner Posts: 1,606Member Member Posts: 1,606Member Member
    apullum wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    Katmary71 wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    Katmary71 wrote: »
    nlinhmyvy1ap.jpg

    If white means white chocolate that would be really good! People who thought white meant white chocolate on Kit Kats and Reeses were made fun of on here for thinking it meant white chocolate so I no longer assume.

    A lot of people think "white" candy means "white chocolate"--so many that there is currently a lawsuit because some people feel mislead that such candies were not actually white chocolate: https://thetakeout.com/white-chocolate-fake-lawsuit-nestle-1838507196

    If someone doesn't know much about chocolate and they see a "white" version of a candy that's normally...well, chocolate flavored at least...then I can see why they'd be confused. I don't think it's fair to make fun of them. I think the marketing is intentionally vague.

    Anyway, that "Hershey's White" bar is not white chocolate. There is small print at the bottom that says "white creme." It is probably something like vanilla flavored vegetable fat.

    Wait... I'm confused. What is the difference between white and white chocolate??

    Candy that’s just marketed as white may be vegetable fat with flavoring. It does not necessarily have any cocoa butter in it. White chocolate is made from cocoa butter, with sugar and milk added.

    Wow, I am embarrassed to say I am one of those people who always thinks white looking things that are normally chocolate is white chocolate, lol. Now I know why ACTUAL white chocolate from a specialty store tastes so much different. I am sure it is more expensive to use actual white chocolate which is why they always use the white "cream".

    I always assumed they were white chocolate too. Specialty store white chocolate is awesome, I used to buy a chunk of white chocolate from the bakery down the street with my allowance. Is it any wonder I'm on MFP as an adult!

    Well, is actual white chocolate even considered true chocolate??

    Nestle's has a new chip product that is called "Simply" There are dark, semi-sweet, and white chocolate chip. The "simply line is just 3-5 ingredients and ALL contain real chocolate, either solids or cocoa butter . There is NO MILK in the white chips.

    The Nestle product is marketed as “white morsels” and its webpage doesn’t use the term “white chocolate” at all. That may be because white chocolate typically does contain milk products. It may also be because white chocolate usually does not contain things like tapioca starch that are in these chips. https://www.verybestbaking.com/products/11991/tollhouse/simply-delicious-white-morsels-by-nestle-toll-house

    Edit: Here are some white chocolate chips that are marketed as such, so folks can see the difference.
    Guittard: https://www.guittard.com/our-chocolate/detail/choc-au-lait-baking-chips (they are called "vanilla" on the website, but also called "white chocolate")
    Valrhona: https://www.valrhona-chocolate.com/white-chocolate-chips.html
    Callebaut: https://www.vanillafoodcompany.ca/Chocolate-White-Chocolate-Callets-Chips-W2NV-p/cal-wh-callets-par.htm

    @apullum you should right a book... haha. Do you have experience working in the chocolate biz?!

    Nope, no professional experience in chocolate. I'm just a chocolate snob :)

    I respect you!

    My chocolate spreadsheet is up to 122 entries now :) In my day job, I'm a professor of things that aren't related to chocolate, but there is always chocolate in my office.

    Found some new brands for you... @apullum
  • kellyjellybellyjellykellyjellybellyjelly Posts: 9,340Member Member Posts: 9,340Member Member
    widgit808 wrote: »
    arya8 wrote: »
    I got these at cvs. I had the mushroom one and it was really good. It was comparable to those ichiban cups in size. I’m excited to try the rest of them. yw6xtv3jz214.jpeg

    @arya8 Yes! I had that as well and loved! Feels like a lot of few for so few calories. I found at Tuesday Morning a while back as a random find so excited to hear cvs carries them now!

    My local Grocery Outlet had this yesterday.
  • apullumapullum Posts: 4,187Member Member Posts: 4,187Member Member
    apullum wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    Katmary71 wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    Katmary71 wrote: »
    nlinhmyvy1ap.jpg

    If white means white chocolate that would be really good! People who thought white meant white chocolate on Kit Kats and Reeses were made fun of on here for thinking it meant white chocolate so I no longer assume.

    A lot of people think "white" candy means "white chocolate"--so many that there is currently a lawsuit because some people feel mislead that such candies were not actually white chocolate: https://thetakeout.com/white-chocolate-fake-lawsuit-nestle-1838507196

    If someone doesn't know much about chocolate and they see a "white" version of a candy that's normally...well, chocolate flavored at least...then I can see why they'd be confused. I don't think it's fair to make fun of them. I think the marketing is intentionally vague.

    Anyway, that "Hershey's White" bar is not white chocolate. There is small print at the bottom that says "white creme." It is probably something like vanilla flavored vegetable fat.

    Wait... I'm confused. What is the difference between white and white chocolate??

    Candy that’s just marketed as white may be vegetable fat with flavoring. It does not necessarily have any cocoa butter in it. White chocolate is made from cocoa butter, with sugar and milk added.

    Wow, I am embarrassed to say I am one of those people who always thinks white looking things that are normally chocolate is white chocolate, lol. Now I know why ACTUAL white chocolate from a specialty store tastes so much different. I am sure it is more expensive to use actual white chocolate which is why they always use the white "cream".

    I always assumed they were white chocolate too. Specialty store white chocolate is awesome, I used to buy a chunk of white chocolate from the bakery down the street with my allowance. Is it any wonder I'm on MFP as an adult!

    Well, is actual white chocolate even considered true chocolate??

    Nestle's has a new chip product that is called "Simply" There are dark, semi-sweet, and white chocolate chip. The "simply line is just 3-5 ingredients and ALL contain real chocolate, either solids or cocoa butter . There is NO MILK in the white chips.

    The Nestle product is marketed as “white morsels” and its webpage doesn’t use the term “white chocolate” at all. That may be because white chocolate typically does contain milk products. It may also be because white chocolate usually does not contain things like tapioca starch that are in these chips. https://www.verybestbaking.com/products/11991/tollhouse/simply-delicious-white-morsels-by-nestle-toll-house

    Edit: Here are some white chocolate chips that are marketed as such, so folks can see the difference.
    Guittard: https://www.guittard.com/our-chocolate/detail/choc-au-lait-baking-chips (they are called "vanilla" on the website, but also called "white chocolate")
    Valrhona: https://www.valrhona-chocolate.com/white-chocolate-chips.html
    Callebaut: https://www.vanillafoodcompany.ca/Chocolate-White-Chocolate-Callets-Chips-W2NV-p/cal-wh-callets-par.htm

    @apullum you should right a book... haha. Do you have experience working in the chocolate biz?!

    Nope, no professional experience in chocolate. I'm just a chocolate snob :)

    I respect you!

    My chocolate spreadsheet is up to 122 entries now :) In my day job, I'm a professor of things that aren't related to chocolate, but there is always chocolate in my office.

    Found some new brands for you... @apullum

    What?? I don't see anything. Don't leave me hanging when there's chocolate involved!
  • pancakerunnerpancakerunner Posts: 1,606Member Member Posts: 1,606Member Member
    apullum wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    Katmary71 wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    Katmary71 wrote: »
    nlinhmyvy1ap.jpg

    If white means white chocolate that would be really good! People who thought white meant white chocolate on Kit Kats and Reeses were made fun of on here for thinking it meant white chocolate so I no longer assume.

    A lot of people think "white" candy means "white chocolate"--so many that there is currently a lawsuit because some people feel mislead that such candies were not actually white chocolate: https://thetakeout.com/white-chocolate-fake-lawsuit-nestle-1838507196

    If someone doesn't know much about chocolate and they see a "white" version of a candy that's normally...well, chocolate flavored at least...then I can see why they'd be confused. I don't think it's fair to make fun of them. I think the marketing is intentionally vague.

    Anyway, that "Hershey's White" bar is not white chocolate. There is small print at the bottom that says "white creme." It is probably something like vanilla flavored vegetable fat.

    Wait... I'm confused. What is the difference between white and white chocolate??

    Candy that’s just marketed as white may be vegetable fat with flavoring. It does not necessarily have any cocoa butter in it. White chocolate is made from cocoa butter, with sugar and milk added.

    Wow, I am embarrassed to say I am one of those people who always thinks white looking things that are normally chocolate is white chocolate, lol. Now I know why ACTUAL white chocolate from a specialty store tastes so much different. I am sure it is more expensive to use actual white chocolate which is why they always use the white "cream".

    I always assumed they were white chocolate too. Specialty store white chocolate is awesome, I used to buy a chunk of white chocolate from the bakery down the street with my allowance. Is it any wonder I'm on MFP as an adult!

    Well, is actual white chocolate even considered true chocolate??

    Nestle's has a new chip product that is called "Simply" There are dark, semi-sweet, and white chocolate chip. The "simply line is just 3-5 ingredients and ALL contain real chocolate, either solids or cocoa butter . There is NO MILK in the white chips.

    The Nestle product is marketed as “white morsels” and its webpage doesn’t use the term “white chocolate” at all. That may be because white chocolate typically does contain milk products. It may also be because white chocolate usually does not contain things like tapioca starch that are in these chips. https://www.verybestbaking.com/products/11991/tollhouse/simply-delicious-white-morsels-by-nestle-toll-house

    Edit: Here are some white chocolate chips that are marketed as such, so folks can see the difference.
    Guittard: https://www.guittard.com/our-chocolate/detail/choc-au-lait-baking-chips (they are called "vanilla" on the website, but also called "white chocolate")
    Valrhona: https://www.valrhona-chocolate.com/white-chocolate-chips.html
    Callebaut: https://www.vanillafoodcompany.ca/Chocolate-White-Chocolate-Callets-Chips-W2NV-p/cal-wh-callets-par.htm

    @apullum you should right a book... haha. Do you have experience working in the chocolate biz?!

    Nope, no professional experience in chocolate. I'm just a chocolate snob :)

    I respect you!

    My chocolate spreadsheet is up to 122 entries now :) In my day job, I'm a professor of things that aren't related to chocolate, but there is always chocolate in my office.

    Found some new brands for you... @apullum

    What?? I don't see anything. Don't leave me hanging when there's chocolate involved!

    https://pumpstreetchocolate.com/collections/all

    https://www.omnomchocolate.com/

    https://www.bovetti.com/fr/

    https://www.amedei.it/

    https://www.cocoaparlor.com/
  • apullumapullum Posts: 4,187Member Member Posts: 4,187Member Member
    apullum wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    Katmary71 wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    Katmary71 wrote: »
    nlinhmyvy1ap.jpg

    If white means white chocolate that would be really good! People who thought white meant white chocolate on Kit Kats and Reeses were made fun of on here for thinking it meant white chocolate so I no longer assume.

    A lot of people think "white" candy means "white chocolate"--so many that there is currently a lawsuit because some people feel mislead that such candies were not actually white chocolate: https://thetakeout.com/white-chocolate-fake-lawsuit-nestle-1838507196

    If someone doesn't know much about chocolate and they see a "white" version of a candy that's normally...well, chocolate flavored at least...then I can see why they'd be confused. I don't think it's fair to make fun of them. I think the marketing is intentionally vague.

    Anyway, that "Hershey's White" bar is not white chocolate. There is small print at the bottom that says "white creme." It is probably something like vanilla flavored vegetable fat.

    Wait... I'm confused. What is the difference between white and white chocolate??

    Candy that’s just marketed as white may be vegetable fat with flavoring. It does not necessarily have any cocoa butter in it. White chocolate is made from cocoa butter, with sugar and milk added.

    Wow, I am embarrassed to say I am one of those people who always thinks white looking things that are normally chocolate is white chocolate, lol. Now I know why ACTUAL white chocolate from a specialty store tastes so much different. I am sure it is more expensive to use actual white chocolate which is why they always use the white "cream".

    I always assumed they were white chocolate too. Specialty store white chocolate is awesome, I used to buy a chunk of white chocolate from the bakery down the street with my allowance. Is it any wonder I'm on MFP as an adult!

    Well, is actual white chocolate even considered true chocolate??

    Nestle's has a new chip product that is called "Simply" There are dark, semi-sweet, and white chocolate chip. The "simply line is just 3-5 ingredients and ALL contain real chocolate, either solids or cocoa butter . There is NO MILK in the white chips.

    The Nestle product is marketed as “white morsels” and its webpage doesn’t use the term “white chocolate” at all. That may be because white chocolate typically does contain milk products. It may also be because white chocolate usually does not contain things like tapioca starch that are in these chips. https://www.verybestbaking.com/products/11991/tollhouse/simply-delicious-white-morsels-by-nestle-toll-house

    Edit: Here are some white chocolate chips that are marketed as such, so folks can see the difference.
    Guittard: https://www.guittard.com/our-chocolate/detail/choc-au-lait-baking-chips (they are called "vanilla" on the website, but also called "white chocolate")
    Valrhona: https://www.valrhona-chocolate.com/white-chocolate-chips.html
    Callebaut: https://www.vanillafoodcompany.ca/Chocolate-White-Chocolate-Callets-Chips-W2NV-p/cal-wh-callets-par.htm

    @apullum you should right a book... haha. Do you have experience working in the chocolate biz?!

    Nope, no professional experience in chocolate. I'm just a chocolate snob :)

    I respect you!

    My chocolate spreadsheet is up to 122 entries now :) In my day job, I'm a professor of things that aren't related to chocolate, but there is always chocolate in my office.

    Found some new brands for you... @apullum

    What?? I don't see anything. Don't leave me hanging when there's chocolate involved!

    https://pumpstreetchocolate.com/collections/all

    https://www.omnomchocolate.com/

    https://www.bovetti.com/fr/

    https://www.amedei.it/

    https://www.cocoaparlor.com/

    Oooh! I’ve seen the last brand, but none of the European ones.
  • Noreenmarie1234Noreenmarie1234 Posts: 4,479Member Member Posts: 4,479Member Member
    Got these via another targeted Facebook refund ad. Facebook can track me all they like if they give me free food. 😆The whole shebang flavor was really good. It was like everything bagel flavor. They are thick and have a graham like consistency to them.

    The cinnamon was my favorite! They are like the cinnamon thinables crackers but extra thick. They could of used more sugar but I have a sweet tooth. I dipped them in maple almond butter.

    The sesame was good, liked the subtle sweetness.

    The plain Jane was boring and bland.

    I haven’t tried the mint chocolate yet because I usually dislike mint chocolate but I will comment if they are anything special once my boyfriend eats them. (Otherwise not worth mentioning lol)

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    edited October 9
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