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National Milk Chocolate Day

National Milk Chocolate Day

Calling all chocolate lovers! National Milk Chocolate Day is celebrated annually on July 28. When solid chocolate is combined with either powdered, liquid, or condensed milk; it’s known as milk chocolate. Milk chocolate is the most popular member of the chocolate family and with good reason. It’s creamy, smooth, and mostly used in candy bars. It is believed that in the mid-1800s, milk chocolate was first created as a beverage in Germany. The first milk chocolate, in the form of a bar that we all recognize today, was created by Swiss chocolatier Daniel Peter while collaborating with Henri Nestlé, the founder of his Nestlé chocolate company.  So if you’re a true chocoholic, get ready to celebrate all things milk chocolate!


1.Eat a candy bar

Since it’s National Milk Chocolate Day, your task is a delicious one. Grab your favorite milk chocolate candy bar and enjoy. With so many mouth-watering choices like caramel, coconut, or cookie nugget — take your pick. Then, spend some time licking the melted good stuff off your fingers.

2.Bake a cake

During the Victorian era, baking a cake was expensive because sweet ingredients like sugar, chocolates, and exotic fruits, were considered luxuries. Only the nobility and the upper middle class could afford cakes for birthdays, weddings, or holidays. As prices dropped, every special occasion included a cake, ideally made out of milk chocolate and stacked in multiple layers.

3.Drink your chocolate

No kids allowed. Dessert cocktails are perfect when you’re having a chocolate craving. They’re rich, creamy, and made to satisfy that sweet tooth. Your favorite alcoholic beverage can be a perfect complement to milk chocolate.


A. It’s the perfect ingredient

Nothing gets us more excited to bake than the idea of whipping up a milky, chocolaty dessert when we’re done. Whether the recipe uses milk chocolate chips or a milk chocolate bar, a chocolate craving provides the perfect excuse to create a decadent, totally self-indulgent treat. Chocolate pudding, chocolate chip cookies, brownies, a triple-layered cake, whatever, just as long as the main ingredient is milky, silky, chocolate. Don’t forget to lick the bowl!

B. It’s sweet yet adaptable

We all know you can eat the sweet treat but did you know there are other uses for it, too? Milk chocolate is sometimes used in products for hair and skin care because it contains little-known ingredients that are beneficial to your skin. The level of antioxidant compounds in cocoa is higher than that of green tea, black tea, or red wine.

C. Don’t believe the negative hype about milk chocolate not being nutritious

Ok, so the nutritional benefits of milk chocolate are not as extensive as those found in dark chocolate. But milk chocolate still has a lot going for it. For example, milk chocolate gives you stamina because it stimulates your brain and your emotions. Also, eating in moderation, milk chocolate gives our bodies the fat we need in our daily diet.


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