Chocolate - White Healtheries Baking Bits
Healtheries White Chocolate Baking Bits 200gm
The long anticipated white chocolate baking bits are here and they taste smooth with a velvety creaminess. Because they are made with real chocolate (cocoa butter) there are knacks noted below to using them, in baking and when melting; tempering the chocolate is a must - or you know, equally yummy just straight out eating them :)
Benefits and Features
- Gluten free
- Naturally sweetened with stevia
- No malitol
- No artificial colours, flavours or sweeteners
We also have the Healtheries Milk Chocolate Baking Bits here and Dark Chocolate Baking Bits here
(Natural Sweeteners (Erythritol, Steviol Glycosides), Cocoa Butter (25%), Milk Solids, Bulking Agent (Polydextrose), Inulin, Emulsifier (Soy Lecithin), Natural Flavour).
Allergens: contains milk and soy and excess consumption may have a laxative effect
For 20gm: Carbs 2.9g, Protein 1g, Fat 5g, Dietary Fibre 4g from polydextrose 3.6g, Sodium 14mg
For 100gm: Carbs 14.4g, Protein 5g, Fat 25g, Dietary Fibre 20g from polydextrose 18g Sodium 68mg
Recipes and techniques for using this ingredient
The best way to melt this chocolate is to half fill a small saucepan with water and bring to a gentle simmer. Add the chocolate to a heat-proof bowl and place over the simmering water. Leave the chocolate to gently melt and then let it stand for one minute or so before stirring to form a smooth chocolate mixture. This is called tempering chocolate and google is your friend for further information about this.
Full powered heat sources are not kind and dry this chocolate out. If using a microwave, lower the power setting as much as possible, and melt in 20 sec, then 10 second bursts, stirring well in between so the melted chocolate covers the baking bits and avoids them drying out or the oil separating. It is recommended to melt using the stove top method above will result in a better outcome.
How to best use in baking / decorating
After cookies or muffins or any baking actually have come straight out of the oven sprinkle the baking bits on top and push in slightly using the bottom of the glass to melt as the cookies or muffins cool down. This provides mouthfuls of deliciousness right where you need it to look most fab.
It’s chocolate and for that matter, it's white chocolate which is so very versatile .
Don't forget to have some set aside for the chef, consider it a baker’s tax :) Enjoy.
Please note: We can't guarantee that this chocolate product won't go soft, separate or melt during transit and your usage. Based on this, we will not be able to replace or exchange the product if this should happen. For all feedback the manufacturer's details are on the back of the pack. Please bear this in mind, particularly during hotter Summer months, thank you.