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Old 08-26-2010, 06:25 PM   #1
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Please help me find Sugar - free Milk Chocolate

What is Sugar - free Milk Chocolate? I would like to make the table cream fudge but can't figure out what this is.

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Old 08-26-2010, 06:38 PM   #2
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There are several on the market. Hersey makes SF chips but I can't seem to find them. The also have SF Miniatures and I can get these in any drug store or super market. The one I have been buying and seems to be in most larger grocery stores is Simply Lite No Sugar Added Milk Chocolate. I just saw another one in Walmart the other day that is a big name that states with a G, but not Godiva. Maybe someone else can help with the name of this product since I can't spell and can't find it to google it for you!! :blush:

There is also a recipe on here somewhere on how to make your own SF Milk Chocolate. Look in the recipe room or again, maybe some kind soul will point you in the right direction of these sites that have these recipes.

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Old 08-26-2010, 06:41 PM   #3
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ghirardelli?

I bought a chocolate bar in Singapore called Caballero, made in Australia and seriously one of the best chocolates I've ever had. Sugar free or otherwise. I got the milk chocolate one. So good. I also bought some Hershey's but it's dark chocolate.
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Old 08-26-2010, 06:45 PM   #4
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ghirardelli?
That's it!!! Thanks dollkey!!! How are you suppose to look up something when you can't spell!!

Anyway, I saw this the other day in Walmart and may try it the next time around making the fudge. I really like the Simply Lite a lot though!
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LOL beeb. I frequent cake forum sites and I can only drool over ghirardelli.
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You have to be careful with some of the sugar free chocolate items like the Hersey items because they might give you stomach upset. I cannot eat it or I will be in the bathroom all day. Netrition sells SF chips that does not have anything bad in it. I love those chips. They are a little pricey but really good.
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Old 08-27-2010, 08:44 AM   #7
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If you are looking for unsweetened Ghirardelli chocolate, Netrition sells the baking chips, chocolate bars, and cocoa.
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Old 08-27-2010, 05:04 PM   #8
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Ghirardelia is the best chocolate. You can buy it at Walmarts.
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I found the Sugar Free Hershey chips at 2 stores in my area. The first was Bi-Lo but I think they were being discontinued because I got them on half price clearance--less than $2 a bag. I bough them all!! But I have also seen them in my Wal-Mart!!! Just this past weekend too!!!
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Old 08-28-2010, 06:30 AM   #10
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Thanks so much. I just came back from Wal-Mart and I found the Simply Lite bars. I bought 2(one for the fudge and one to eat).
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I'm also having a problem finding the Hershey's SF Chips anymore. I used them primarily for cookies and didn't ever "over-endulge" to the point of having stomach issues from the maltitol.

I went on Hershey's website yesterday and searched to see if they were discontinued, but didn't find anything indicating that. My local grocer is going to ask the distributor for me. You would think, with all the brands and blended choices within brands, that we could have at least one local option for a decent SF baking chip without having to get them shipped in.

Simply Lite bars are very good tasting and also available at Trader Joe's ($1.99 a bar in my area, and I haven't priced them at Walmart). Be careful not to exceed the serving size as these are also made with maltitol.
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