Offer - Green & Black's Organic White Chocolate 100g
Our name was chosen to illustrate our blend of ethics and intense taste.
Green represents our sustainable and organic principles which we employ whilst making our chocolate.
Black represents the colour of our original Dark 70% chocolate bar and the intense taste of all our chocolate.
Please recycle where possible.
Store in a cool, dry place away from direct light.
Prepare & Use
Contains traces of cereal
Contains milk & soya ingredients
Country of Origin
Produce of the EU.
Green & Black's Ltd.,
2 Valentine Place,
Made with fragrant Madagascan vanilla for a creamy taste.
Soil Association Organic Standard.
Soil Association Symbol Holder P1117.
Organic Certification IT-QCI.
This product meets the Soil Association's standards for organic food and farming. Organic production prohibits the use of genetically engineered ingredients.
Minimum cocoa solids 30%.
Minimum milk solids 28%.
- Contains: Lactose, Soya, Milk
- May Contain: Nut, Gluten, Wheat
Organic Raw Cane Sugar, Organic Cocoa Butter (30%), Organic Whole Milk Powder (28%), Emulsifier: Soya Lecithin, Organic Vanilla Pod(0.08%)
Suitable for Vegetarians
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Cook's Notes Drizzle in some of your favourite tipple, such as whisky, to the melted chocolate.
Variation Use 2 × 400g cans black cherries in syrup. Drain the fruit, reserving the syrup. Spoon 2 tbsp of it over the cake. Cook's Notes Be careful when melting the white chocolate - dont let any hot water splash on it or it will seperate and become unusable.
Variation Add some dried chopped cranberries for added colour and texture. Cook's Notes When melting the chocolate, be careful that no water splashes into it - it will ruin the chocolate.
Summer is a tricky time for chocolate as the humidity and heat shorten its shelf life dramatically. At this time of year, I always look for truly special and seasonal ingredients. Fraises du bois or French wild strawberries are a real treat, and we are lucky that Scottish wild strawberries are becoming more widely availablle; otherwise regular strawberries will do.
3 hrs 20 mins
Cook's Notes Chocolate is sensitive to heating, especially white chocolate, and can scorch or go grainy - in which case, you've lost it. Check the microwave frequently after about 30 seconds, then keep a constant eye on it. Use large eggs. If you only have small ones, increase the quantity to 6.
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