the color of white chocolate is sometimes white or it could be normal color brown . Although commonly called "chocolate", confections that lack the key ingredient 'cocoa' aren't really chocolate at all. White "chocolate" is pretty much powdered sugar, water, butter and flavoring. There are also health benefits found in Dark Chocolate and Milk Chocolate... So, the darker the chocolate, the better! Literally! Its the color of evaporated milk. Off white to creme colored.
The taste is what determines the color(dark chocolate/dark brown, white chocolate/white).
Brown or white
brown and white
white and brown
It's more the other way around. What gives regular chocolate its Brown color is cocoa, and White chocolate doesn't have any. Remove the cocoa from choclate and what's left is White chocolate.
Of cource the color should not make a difference
The brown color is a result of the chocolate burning.
Cocoa powder (the base for chocolate) is naturally brown, after it is roasted. This gives the chocolate a brown color. White chocolate is actually not technically chocolate at all, since it contains no cocoa. Instead, the milk fats, cocoa fats, sugar, milk solids, and cream give it the white color.
It is! White and dark chocolate are made of the same thing, chocolate. However, dark chocolate has a darker color than white chocolate, which makes it "perspire" more than white chocolate and finally makes it melt faster than white chocolate. But they both taste amazing melted or frozen!
When you breed those colors, could have different colors in your pupies. So could have a chocolate dog with wide white lines, a brindle color pupy or a white dog with brindle or chocolate patches.
White and black mixes with every color.
This is because it does not contains chocolate at all. White chocolate has cocoa butter in it which gives it a lighter color compared to other chocolates which have chocolate "tonic" ,which is the main part of what is produced when you cook the chocolate. Cocoa butter which is also in some lotions is the "creme" of the chocolate "tonic" and rises to the top when cooked.
Regular, dark chocolate has cocoa in it. Add some milk and it gets lighter and call it milk chocolate. White chocolate hasn't got any cocoa, which is why it's white. It can also contain milk, but that's not what gives it the color. The White comes from lack of cocoa.
brown with a white flower or brown with the color of your shoes!
well you can use white chocolate in a fountain and colour it if you try but it could go wrong you will never no until you try
More chocolate brown. Colors shouldn't mix together. Especially white and brown.
Oreos are black and white. The middle creamy part is white and the two chocolate pieces are black.
White chocolate is a white substitute for chocolate.
Milk chocolate and white chocolate. Milk chocolate and white chocolate. Milk chocolate and white chocolate. and cheese.
White chocolate isn't chocolate colored because of the chemicals in it that turns it white :-)
White chocolate is a mixture of pure cocoa butter (no cocoa solids) milk, and sugar. In many commercial applications, there is also an amount of food grade wax used in the manufacture. It has much less "chocolate" aroma and taste that conventional chocolate, though many people like it. It is white or off-white in color.
White chocolate isn't actually chocolate because it is not made of cacao. It is just called that because of its sweetness and texture. Both dark and milk chocolate are made with cacao - the ratios of ingredients are just different.there is no cocoa in white chocolate THX 4 USING WIKIANSWERS!!!!Main difference is that White chocolate doesn't have any cocoa in it, only cocoa butter. And it's from cocoa that regular chocolate gets its color.