Baker's Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chunks, 12-Ounce Bags (Pack of 6)
- Six 12-ounce bags (total of 72 ounces)
- Real semi-sweet chocolate chunks, made with cocoa butter and vanilla extract
- Melts easily in the microwave
- Great for baking, dipping, and candy-making
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Flavor: Chocolate Chunks (Semi-Sweet) | Size: 12 Ounce (Pack of 6)
Semi-sweet Chocolate [Sugar, Chocolate, Cocoa Butter, Soy Lecithin (Emulsifier), Vanilla Extract, Salt].
Melting Tips: Microwave Melting: Microwave 1 cup chocolate chunks in microwavable bowl on High 2 minutes. Remove from oven. Stir until completely melted. Top of Stove Melting: Place in small heavy saucepan on very low heat; stir constantly just until melted. Storage Tips: Keep in a cool, dry place (below 75 degrees F if possible) but not in refrigerator. At very high temperatures chocolate grays in color. This happens naturally when cocoa butter rises to the surface. It does not affect chocolate flavor and quality.
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Top Customer Reviews
I searched cheap brands like Nestle (whom I have humanitarian rights issues with anyhow) to the nicer brands like Ghiradelli, as well as the large blocks of chocolate bark in grocers' shelves. Every single product except for this brand had hydrogenated oils, particularly in their white chocolate.
So in addition to the reviewer who takes consideration to peanut processing, I like that this is hydrogenation-free. It's the choice I make come the holidays.
Best of luck in whatever chocolate you choose!
I like to bake and I make pretty much everything from scratch. (No boxed mixes for me.) Whenever I come across a recipe that calls for unsweetened chocolate, this is what I use. It's pretty much guaranteed to work (or at least, it always has for me) and, being the easiest-to-find product of its type, it's likely what the recipe was developed with. I actually have a difficult time finding any other brands of unsweetened chocolate locally.
I have used lots of this in cakes, cookies, brownies, etc. -- all with success. Another way I like to use it is in homemade yogurt. I much prefer the flavor of unsweetened chocolate in homemade yogurt (just take about 2 ounces, chop it up, and let it melt in around a quart of scalded milk; let the milk cool and add yogurt starter, then put in a yogurt maker).
Please note: Baker's changed the packaging some time ago (I first started noticing around the holiday season last winter), cutting the amount of chocolate you get in half (i.e., the boxes are 4 oz. instead of 8 oz.). So even though the newer packages contain less product, if you are wanting fresh chocolate, you'd be better off ordering the 4 oz. boxes (I've seen a lot of listings for the 8 oz. boxes on Amazon). And you may want to check with any 3rd party sellers before purchase to clarify which you'll be getting.
I'm not happy that Baker's makes it seem on the box like the new containers are improved because of the "easy break" bar. (I preferred the individually-wrapped squares to the bar.) However, this is still my go-to product for quality and availability reasons.
The chocolate isn't really super "dark"; I'd say it's more normal, and definitely sweet enough.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's the same quality chocolate and the only one I ever have and ever will use for baking, but it went from 8 ounces per package to 4 ounces without any warning and the price has... Read morePublished 4 days ago by gladys mcdonnell
Hard to find this white chocolate with coco butter. Other white chocolates do not melt well. Great for peppermint bark and other white chocolate biscotti, cookies etc.Published 26 days ago by Golfmomma1
Always moist and fresh. Best thing for making coconut pies with!!!Published 3 months ago by trinkettrixie
Heat slowly.....if you microwave it too long it burns easily. It takes some patience, melt it 30 to 40 secs at a time and stir thoroughly with a wooden spoon.Published 4 months ago by John Bitner
Purchased a complete case of the item from the manufacturer. Expiration date July 2017.Published 6 months ago by Professor
actual white chocolate, with a slight chocolate flavor from the cocoa butter - not vanilla flavored palm oil. Delicious.Published 6 months ago by K. harman
Extremely fresh. Lots of packages. Baked-up well in cookies and candy. Didn't use them all and had to freeze a few.Published 6 months ago by MV Born
Heaven in a box. Eat straight if you can handle the bliss.Published 7 months ago by Thomas A. Oehser
Nice to have on hand for when I want to make Marshmallow or Tropical Salads. (If I can keep my husband from eating them as a snack, straight out of the bag!)Published 8 months ago by Shortcake