In my last post I talked about making chocolate bar cookies but I never did mention which chocolate bar I chose to use. I wanted to make sure I gave credit where credit was due. Allow me to introduce you to a delicious chocolate bar made by the folks at Camino: the Camino milk chocolate bar with sea salt.
One word: Yum.
Now, for those of you who regularly visit ThingsThatWeDo.com, you know I’m not a big fan of chocolate so this is definitely high praise from me. The Camino milk chocolate bar with sea salt is perfectly balanced. It’s chocolaty, creamy, with a hint of sea salt that really helps to balance out the sweetness.
I think that’s why I liked this Camino milk chocolate bar with sea salt so much. For me, it was well balanced. I find some chocolates too sweet which overwhelms the chocolate flavour. Not so with this chocolate bar. I was able to appreciate all of it. Not only did the Camino milk chocolate bar with sea salt taste amazing in my chocolate bar cookies but it also tasted deliciously decadent all by itself.
Of course, I’m not surprised. Take a look at the ingredients used to make the Camino milk chocolate bar with sea salt: certified organic whole milk powder, certified organic golden cane sugar*, certified organic cacao butter*, certified organic cacao mass*, certified organic whole cane sugar*, certified organic ground hazelnuts, sea salt (guérande), certified organic ground vanilla beans*. *fair trade certified.
Everything on that list sounds yummy, no chemical synthetic based words in sight! Read the label carefully and you’ll also notice that it has 38% cacao which is an added bonus for me. Oh and if you didn’t notice, it also contains fairtrade certified ingredients too! I mean, how many brands of chocolate can make that kind of claim?
Maybe it’s time for me to re-evaluate how I feel about chocolate. It’s not that I don’t like chocolate. I’m just incredibly picky about the ones I do like. Camino just happens to be one of the few chocolates that make it on my ‘yes’ list.
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