While I’m partial to a shard of rich, dark chocolate after dinner and I’ll never say no to a handful of white chocolate chips mid-afternoon, there is something truly special about milk chocolate.
Creamy, melting and completely comforting, milk chocolate is like a warm hug from your favourite sweater or a long afternoon nap spent with one’s most coveted pillow. Serve any one of these milk chocolate desserts to guests and watch them smile and swoon with delight.
An elegant tart, such as this Milk Chocolate and Pistachio Tart, is the ultimate dinner party dessert. Not only can you make it ahead of time (perfect for the busy host!), it looks absolutely stunning sliced into fine wedges. (Via Sweet Boake.)
Milk chocolate and peanut butter were pretty much made for each other, don’t you think? These homemade Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups are light years above and beyond the original candy bar. The ultimate Halloween treat! (Via The Vegetarian Ginger.)
Fudgy brownies just became that much more indulgent thanks to the addition of milk chocolate chunks. Tall glasses of cold milk are a must with these Milk Chocolate Chunk Brownies. (Via OMG Chocolate Desserts.)
Craving a throwback to the days of the old-fashioned ice cream parlor? You’re in luck. Malted Vanilla Ice Cream with Milk Chocolate Chunks packs a delicious punch of creaminess and nostalgia. (Via Scrumptious and Sumptuous.)
Tender and buttery oat-studded cookies meet their match when filled with gorgeous, glossy milk chocolate ganache. As pretty as they are tasty, Milk Chocolate Sandwich Cookies make for a great after-dinner treat. Perfect for dunking in Spanish coffees! (Via Milk and Honey.)
These beauties combine two of my favourite things: chocolate and red wine. Rich, wine-stained cake topped with light and fluffy frosting, Red Wine Cupcakes with Whipped Milk Chocolate are the epitome of sophistication. (Via High Tea With Dragons.)
Know of someone special with a birthday coming up? S’more Layer Cake with Salted Milk Chocolate Ganache and Seven Minute Frosting is worthy of any celebration. (Via Sweet Sugar Bean.)
I hadn’t ventured into the world of cake pops until I saw this recipe. Speculoos Cookie Butter Cake Pops Dipped in Milk Chocolate were too good to pass up! (Via Mondomulia).
Tell me: Do prefer milk, dark or white chocolate?