White chocolate: is a confection of sugar , cocoa butter , and milk solids. Unlike chocolate , white chocolate contains neither chocolate liquor nor cocoa solid…s. Because white chocolate contains neither cocoa solids nor chocolate liquor (cocoa mass), it does not meet the standard to be marketed as chocolate in many countries. Other answer NO WAY!! It is soooo not chocolate b/c it's just sugar and milk and cocoa butter!! And it doesn't taste anything LIKE chocolate! yes. And the chocolate is white because they only use the bean, not the shell. The shell is what makes chocolate brown No, since white chocolate doesn't contain cocao like real chocolate does, it isn't considered 'real' chocolate. But it still tastes really good. .
White chocolate is made from sugar, cocoa butter and milk solids. Unlike cocoa, which is a dark brown, white chocolate is pale yellow or ivory in appearance, which has led to the popular belief that white chocolate does not contain cocoa. Since it is in the form of cocoa butter rather than cocoa solids derived from chocolate liquor (a necessary ingredient in all types of chocolate), there has been some dispute about whether white chocolate is truly chocolate. Even though white chocolate is made the same way as normal brown chocolate, it doesn't contain any cocoa paste, liquor or powder. Some products (e.g. "confectioner's coating", "summer coating" or "Almond bark") that are sometimes confused with white chocolate are made from inexpensive solid or hydrogenated vegetable and/or animal fats. They contain no cocoa and not even derived from cocoa. These preparations may actually be white (in contrast to white chocolate's ivory shad e) and will lack cocoa butter's flavor. No but Yes. The primary ingredient in true chocolate is cocoa, which is absent in white chocolate. But they are made from the same base product. Cacao Beans.Bon appetit! yeah (MORE)