White chocolate isn't as bad as you think, know its properties and learn how to make it at home

Diving into the goodness of white chocolate can take you back to the memory lane! The love for creamy, milky and sweet white chocolate is beyond words, but have you ever wondered, how it is prepared?

White chocolate isn't as bad as you think, know its properties and learn how to make it at home

This type of chocolate is composed of 20% cocoa butter, 14% milk solids, 3.5% milk fat, and approximately 55% sugar or other sweeteners.

This makes it a food with a high amount of calories, so it is not recommended for people with diabetes or for those who want to maintain weight.

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It provides a large amount of vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin A, iron, potassium, magnesium and zinc. And especially calcium, since 100 grams of white chocolate contains 270 milligrams of calcium.

It also has good fats, so if consumed in adequate amounts, always in moderation, it protects the body.

If you too are a chocolate fanatic and want to take your love for chocolates to the next level, then we have the simplest 4 ingredients White Chocolate recipe, which you can create in just a few minutes by adding your own twist of taste! Just follow the instructions and nail this super easy chocolate recipe and impress your loved ones with your mind blowing culinary skills.


½ cup coconut oil

¼ cup of icing sugar

6 tablespoons of milk powder

1 teaspoon vanilla essence



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To begin with, heat water in a pan, place a bowl over it and add ½ cup coconut oil, keep stirring. Make sure the flame is low, so that the double boiler method works effortlessly.

Next add in ¼ cup of icing sugar and keep stirring until it dissolves completely. 

Then add in 6 tablespoons of milk powder and keep stirring. Make sure the mixture has no lumps.

Lastly, add in 1 teaspoon vanilla essence, mix it nicely. Turn off the flame and pour this mixture on a silicon chocolate bar mould, pour this mixture and refrigerate it for at least 2 hours and gently remove from the moulds and indulge in the goodness of milky white chocolates.


Dark chocolate is the one that has the greatest amount of healthy properties for the body. Much more than white. For this reason, it is better to consume it in moderation, especially in those people who usually have high cholesterol or diseases related to the heart. It is always better to consult a nutritionist or doctor when consuming foods rich in calories.

To make your chocolates more yummy, you can add in dried berries, nuts and dried fruits, this will give your chocolate an exotic touch.

Add a punch of crispy peanuts and almonds for a dose of health in this delightful homemade chocolate.


Arymel García

Editor of Passionate about nutrition and healthy living, I have been a content creator for 8 years.+ info

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