Milk Chocolate making kit

This is a pre-portioned Milk Chocolate Kit prepared specially for you.

Sometimes life gets in the way of the things that bring us joy.  Like making chocolate

Which bean to pick? How to roast it? Which recipe?

Oh, and the time!  But you would do it if it was ready to go.  I've said this myself.

So this is my offer to bring you joy.

This kit includes all the materials you need for making a batch of milk chocolate, already portioned out.  You won't need to roast, winnow or even weigh anything.  All you need to do is toss in the Melanger and the next day you have chocolate. 

Just like all the hip new food in a box delivered to your door programs assume you have basic cooking equipment and utensils, I too assume you have a Melanger like the Spectra 11 or similar, and a basic home oven.

You do have a few choices you can make. 

2 lb or 8 lb?  I've picked these sizes to efficiently fill USPS flat rate boxes.

You can pick what percent milk chocolate you want.  It can be a very light 35% milk chocolate or a ‘dark’ milk chocolate up to 55%.  I like 45% (with 20% nibs and 25% cocoa butter) as my go to recipe if you don’t know what to pick.  In all cases I’ll pick a cocoa nib/cocoa butter ration that will flow smoothly and a balancing sweetness.

And for those of you that would like, you can have Goat or Oat milk instead of whole cow's milk.

I wanted to give you the option of sugars (sucrose vs allulose) but it is beyond the capabilities of our software here.   And really, the point of these kits is to keep your decisions to a minimum.  If you really want allulose you will need to order it separately and substitute it yourself, about about 30% more to account for its lower sweetness level.

So as not to overwhelm you with choices, you don’t even have to pick a bean.  I’ll pick one for you that I think will suit the percentage you pick.  Of course, if you really want a particular bean, leave me note in your cart and I will be happy to oblige.

Since these kits are made to order, they will probably take a few extra days to formulate and prepare.  In that preparation I will include the recipe and roasting profile of the beans.