Delicious and creamy, milk chocolate is a taste sensation great for desserts. Recipes such as Milk Chocolate Mini Cookies and Milk Chocolate and Caramel Clusters are tempting to all chocolate lovers.See Popular Milk Chocolate Recipes
These mouthwatering cookies combine rolled oats, white and semisweet chocolate, and macadamia nuts for a delicious treat. Substitute peanut butter chips for an interesting twist.
Yes, your kids "got milk" after school -- but do you "got chocolate milk" after your workout? A tall, frosty glass of chocolate milk may not be the first thing you think of reaching for after your 5K run, but as USA Today reports, the Milk Processor Education Program (MilkPEP for short) is looking to change that. Yes, the same folks that brought us the wildly successful "Got Milk?"
Get on board with the miniature dessert trend by taking a layer cake recipe, like this milk chocolate cake, and turning it into mini cakes.
Make cupcakes from the same batter you use to make the layers, and then decorate the chocolate sour cream frosting with the crumbs.
Make these easy chocolate candies for Easter baskets or to serve with Easter dinner. Pudding mix provides the chocolate for the centers. For the coating, you can choose either dark chocolate, milk chocolate, or white chocolate.
If you love coconut, try this easy chocolate and coconut dessert recipe everyone will love.
Pot de creme ("pot of cream") is a traditional French custard typically served in a pot-shaped cup. This milk-chocolate version from pastry chef Frank Urso is supersilky and dense.
This cake from pastry chef Karina Gowing is perfection for anyone who loves frosting. The ultra creamy icing, which is almost like a milk-chocolate ganache, gets spread liberally over layers of light, delicate, cocoa-flavored cake.
These sugar-coated fried appetizers are served with a refreshing mango-pineapple sauce.