From one chocoholic to another, trust me when I say these milk chocolate recipes are the bomb – the truffle bomb, that is!
They’re rich, sweet, and oh-so-dreamy.
I could eat milk chocolate desserts for breakfast, lunch, and dinner – and still crave more.
So, you can only imagine how excited I am about this collection of milk chocolate recipes.
From truffles and fudge to cupcakes and cookies, I’ve got you covered.
And I even have a recipe at the bottom to make your own chocolate!
25 Best Milk Chocolate Desserts
As mentioned, I have a recipe with steps for how to make milk chocolate below. But you can never have too many recipes, right?
And this is one of my faves.
The trick is to use top-quality cocoa butter, unsweetened cocoa powder, whole milk powder, and powdered sugar for sweetness.
Mix it all up and get ready to fall in love.
Experience brownie heaven with these milk chocolate brownies!
They’re irresistibly chewy with a gooey texture and crinkly tops that’ll make you drool.
That all comes from the melted milk chocolate, which adds a creamy and velvety texture.
And as if that wasn’t enough, each bite is loaded with even more milk chocolate chips.
Next up, sink your teeth into these condensed milk and chocolate chip bars!
They’re like a cross between a cookie and a Hello Dolly Bar, with a buttery shortbread crust and plenty of creamy sweetness.
They’re not for anyone who doesn’t enjoy sweet treats.
If you’re looking for a chocolate dessert that’ll make you weak in the knees, you’ve just found it.
Moist, fluffy, and bursting with a light milk chocolate flavor, this cake is the ultimate treat for any chocolate lovers out there.
Add a decadent milk chocolate buttercream and a drizzle of milk chocolate ganache, and you’ll want to make this for every occasion.
For a show-stopping dessert that’s quick and easy to make, give this skillet cake a try.
The super moist cake bakes in the skillet, and you’ll frost it right in there too. So it’s no-fuss and crazy effortless to make last-minute.
Top it with fun sprinkles, shaved chocolate, or fresh fruit. Yum!
It doesn’t get much better than a classic pound cake, right?
Wrong! This chocolate pound cake knocks any Sara Lee treat out of the park. #sorrynotsorry
Made with creamy milk chocolate, it’s a deliciously sweet twist on the OG recipe. And it’s so tender, all it needs on top is a dusting of powdered sugar.
Get ready to be blown away by these moist milk chocolate cupcakes!
With their rich, chocolatey flavor and ridiculously moist texture, they’re the ultimate indulgence.
And when topped with a luscious chocolate buttercream frosting, they become an irresistible treat no one can say no to.
One bite of this chocolate cheesecake is an experience like no other.
The combination of crumbly Oreo crust, creamy chocolate cheesecake, and decadent chocolate ganache is about as good as it gets.
So go ahead and try this recipe today – life’s too short not to indulge.
You simply CANNOT pass up this milk chocolate mousse recipe.
It’s the perfect balance of rich and creamy without being overly sweet or heavy. Instead, it’s silky-smooth and lusciously decadent.
But don’t just take my word for it! Try it out for yourself and see just how good it is.
Who can resist the allure of milk chocolate bark?
This holiday treat is easy to make and customizable to your personal taste. So go nuts and add any sprinkles or toppings you like!
Whether for gifting or indulging yourself, this milk chocolate bark is a must-try!
Juicy, ripe strawberries dipped in luscious milk chocolate – could there be a more heavenly pairing?
Milk chocolate-covered strawberries are the ultimate indulgence. And they’re insanely easy to make at home.
Drizzle over some white chocolate for a pop of color, and enjoy!
Soft, chewy, and bursting with pockets of melted milk chocolate. These milk chocolate chip cookies are every chocoholic’s dream come true.
Sweet, chewy, chocolatey, and to die for, one bite isn’t enough.
Whether you’re in need of a quick snack or a sweet indulgence, these cookies fit the bill.
If you need an excuse to get an ice cream maker, this is it.
Trust me, nothing beats a scoop of homemade chocolate ice cream. Especially if you add fun extras like crushed Oreos or chopped brownie bites!
This easy 3-ingredient milk chocolate fudge is the epitome of chocolatey goodness.
The smooth and creamy texture and indulgent milk chocolate flavor make this fudge simply irresistible.
Top it with crushed cookies, mini chocolate chips, or chopped nuts if you want some crunch.
Milk chocolate buttercream is the perfect finishing touch to any dessert.
Its smooth, velvety texture and rich chocolate flavor will take your baked goods to the next level.
Add it to chocolate cake, vanilla cupcakes, brownies, and more!
Of all the chocolate recipes I’ve tried, there’s nothing quite like these homemade milk chocolate truffles.
I just can’t get enough of the velvety, melt-in-your-mouth texture.
And they’re impossibly easy to whip up! Just melt chocolate, add cream, and let it set. How easy is that?
Nothing beats the joy of biting into a homemade peanut butter cup.
The creamy, salty peanut butter filling, encased in a rich, velvety milk chocolate shell, is heaven on earth.
Trust me, once you taste these delectable treats, you’ll never go back to store-bought again.
Peanut butter blossoms are a classic cookie that’ll never go out of style!
Soft, chewy peanut butter cookies with a single chocolate kiss on top – sounds amazing, huh?
They’re ideal for parties and potlucks, and you can easily add different Kisses to make them your own.
Milk chocolate fondue is the perfect dessert for sharing with friends or family.
It’s easy to make and endlessly customizable with a variety of dippers, like fruit, marshmallows, and pretzels.
More importantly, it’s delicious!
Making homemade milk duds is a fun and delicious activity that’ll leave you with a sense of accomplishment and a tray of sweet, chewy candies.
Talk about a win-win.
Plus, you can even get the kids involved!
Better Than Anything Toffee lives up to its name – I promise!
It’s buttery, rich, sweet, and loaded with crunchy chopped pecans.
This indulgent treat is an absolute crowd-pleaser and ideal for holiday gifts.
Homemade chocolate-covered pretzels are salty, sweet, and addictively crunchy.
They’re easy to make, too, and look terrific with sprinkles.
And again, they make lovely edible gifts!
Milk chocolate-covered pecans are a nice little snack any time of day!
They take buttery pecans up a notch and give you a nice bit of crunch when you’re sweet cravings hit.
Top tip: sprinkle some sea salt over the top!
What’s better than chocolate-covered pecans? Chocolate-covered pecans with gooey caramel, of course!
They look like turtles, hence the name.
But you don’t have to worry about making them cute. Thet taste great no matter what shape they’re in!
I saved the best for last because Twix bars are my faves. So making them at home is dangerous for me.
But if you’ve got more self-control, you have to try this recipe!
From the buttery shortbread to the sweet, gooey caramel and creamy milk chocolate, they’re spot on!
How To Make Milk Chocolate
Did you know you can make milk chocolate at home with as few as four ingredients?
And it’s way easier than you think, I swear!
- 3/4 cups Cocoa Butter
- 4 1/2 tablespoons of Whole Milk Powder
- 1/2 cup Cocoa Powder
- 1 – 1 1/2 cups Powdered Sugar
- Set a double-boiler on the stove with 2 inches of water in the bottom. Alternatively, add 2 inches of water to a tall, heavy-bottomed saucepan and place a heat-proof bowl on top.
- Add the cocoa butter to the top pot or the heat-proof bowl and turn the heat to medium.
- Stir with a spatula until melted and smooth.
- Turn the heat to low, sift the cocoa powder over the top, and mix well until glossy and chocolatey.
- Add the milk powder and half of the powdered sugar, then stir until smooth.
- Carefully taste the chocolate mixture and add more powdered sugar as needed.
- Turn the heat off but keep stirring for another 3-5 minutes.
- Take the top pot or bowl off the heat and put it on a cloth on the counter. Keep stirring for another 5 minutes.
- Pour the chocolate through a fine-mesh sieve lined with cheesecloth into a mold and let it cool for 30 minutes before popping it in the fridge to harden.
This stuff won’t be as luxuriously smooth as you’re used to. Though you can blitz it in a food processor to help smooth it out.
Still, it’s a great milk chocolate alternative when you can’t make it to the store. Plus, you can always flavor it or add fun mix-ins to make it your own!
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