My son has multiple food allergies and I bought these after trying and failing to make my own "safe" white chocolate at home. These are delicous and so much better than all the recipes I tried at home -- they have just the right amount of sweetness and with that pleasant milky taste that differentiates white chocolate from just sweetened cocoa butter. I have read reviews for other white chocolates that say those other white chocolates were too grainy; I feel that this product is delciously smooth and not grainy at all.
I bought this product for my son who has multiple food allergies--HE LOVES the chips---they're not too sweet/similar to Rice milk-he said they were tasty
I LOVE Pascha products for my food allergic children! I was very excited to see white chocolate chips that were dairy free, as this is a hard find. They are delicious, however not suitable for baking. I made chocolate chocolate chip cookies yesterday and used these white chocolate chips. The melted and hardened into the cookies. No chips were visible. They turned into hard sugary pieces in the cookie. That was very disappointing. I will not be using them to bake again, however I might make molds out of them. I do think the 'baking chips' name is misleading as the chips completely disappeared into the cookie.
There is nothing out there like this! We enjoyed that it was not too sweet, and the rice milk added a nice flavor. It's not a one-to-one comparison of traditional white chocolate, but that is not really a bad thing. We will be a frequent customer!
I'm not a big fan of white chocolate but was curious to try these. I was pleasantly surprised. They are very good! Worth the price; a little goes a long way. I have not baked with them yet; we just prefer to eat them right from the bag. Kudos to whomever came up with the recipe for these. Would also love to try them in a peppermint flavor.
These are a great find for making inside out chocolate chip cookies or brownies. Finally, white chocolate that's free from all of our allergens! Bonus points that they aren't too sweet. However, when we tried to melt them on a double boiler to make peppermint bark they didn't melt so well - we had toffee-like clumps form and it never really melted properly. So, these are fabulous for baking as-is, just not for melting. (In our experience, anyway. We tried melting them in the microwave too, with similar results.)