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Ecl1pse - New Reduced Sugar, Milk Chocolate from Callebaut

Ecl1pse (yes that's the correct spelling) is a revolutionary milk chocolate couverture chips/callets/drops from Callebaut. A 51% cocoa content milk chocolate with only 1% added sugar (sucrose) and no artificial ingredients. Its darker, smoother and creamier than any other milk chocolate.

Ecl1pse has about twice the milk and cocoa content compared to regular milk chocolate, say Callebaut. The result is a darker, smoother and more intense milk chocolate.

Amazingly, it has only 1% added sugar, so you can mix & match with regular milk chocolate couvertures, to achieve substantial reductions in sugar levels (by up to 50%).

It's rich flavour profile shines when used as an ingredient in baking pastries, or when making chocolate mousse or ice cream. Of course, Ecl1pse can be used without adding to other milk chocolates, but particularly in commercial use, the cocoa intensity may take a little getting used to. For chocoholics, or lovers of higher cocoa content, milk chocolate, they'll love the indulgent taste.

Callebaut state that a 50/50 mix of Ecl1pse and regular milk chocolate couverture (like their 823 / 823nv recipe), can reduce the sugar content by 29%.

A 90/10 mix results in 46% reductions in the sugar content.

Callebaut Ecl1pse contains no soy lecithin, no artificial sweeteners or ingredients, no gluten and supports the Cocoa Horizons Foundation with sustainably sourced cocoa.

Try it today! With next day delivery available, you could soon be enjoying all the reduced sugar benefits of this latest cooking chocolate from Callebaut.

Why not take a look at the rest of our Callebaut range here.

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Callebaut milk chocolate chips (callets)

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