Why do chocolate chips harden in milk?

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  1. BigBroNLittleSis

    BigBroNLittleSis New Member

    I was drinking milk, and I dropped soft half melted chocolate chips in it and they immediately became hard. The same thing happens if you put chocolate, gummy worms, or any other candy(i think) in milk or ice cream. But if I put oreos, or any cookies, cakes, etc. they soften. Am I missing something obvious. Like does this have to do with the liquid, solid, science cycle? Also, can you give me examples on what else they harden in other then ice cream or milk. Is it the dairy? I really have no idea and was curious. <br />
    Edit If it is because milk and ice cream are cold, would it do the same if the milk is room temperature? Why or why not.<br />
     
  2. Bri_515

    Bri_515 New Member

    i may be simplifying this too much but it is probably that the milk or ice cream is cold. If you had put the chocolate ships in the fridge they would have hardened too! the cookies get soft because they are porous and the liquid gets in it more.
     
  3. 7331

    7331 New Member

    because it's cold, and stops the chips from melting so quickly and feeling soft.
     
  4. saram

    saram New Member

    i think that it has something to do with the textures. chocolate is very waxy, some cheaper chocolates even have wax in them, and wax or waxy things harden when placed in something cold like milk or ice cream. even gummi worms are corn syrup based which hardens as it cools.

    oreos cookies and cakes are flour based products that weaken and and crumble when they get wet.



    room temperature milk would probably be cold enough to cool chocolate. if you heated it on the stove it would melt the chocolate. the flour products would dissolve regardless of the tempereature.
    if you tried this with water or juice of the same temp you would probably get the same reactions.
     
  5. yurtjoy

    yurtjoy New Member

    Chocolate chips are not soft it is cold than it get more time for melt in milk.When it is melt in milk that time like to drink milk because milk test is chocolaty.
     
  6. rojerandy

    rojerandy New Member

    I think it has something to do with textures. chocolate is very waxy, some cheaper chocolates even the wax on them, and the wax or wax hardens when you put things into something cold, like milk or ice cream. gummi worms even are based on corn syrup that hardens as it cools.
     
  7. anselhomes

    anselhomes New Member

    Chocolate chips are not bendable it is algid than it get added time for cook in milk.When it is cook in milk that time like to alcohol milk because milk analysis is chocolaty.
     
  8. sarticle

    sarticle New Member

    The milk is cold and let the chips melting so quickly and with a soft feel. If heated in the oven to melt the chocolate. Flour products dissolve regardless of the temperature.
     
  9. andrewhomes

    andrewhomes New Member

    i think that it has something to do with the textures. chocolate is very waxy, some cheaper chocolates even have wax in them.
     
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    jobblytalor New Member

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  11. auroramics

    auroramics New Member

    The aforementioned affair happens if you put chocolate, adhering worms, or any added candy(i think) in milk or ice cream. But if I put oreos, or any cookies, cakes, etc. they soften.
     
  12. cellyfort

    cellyfort New Member

    I really don't know about that as I have never tried it before but if they do then there may be a logic or any scientific reason for that.
     
  13. chesterhomes

    chesterhomes New Member

    I think that it has something to do with the textures. chocolate is very waxy, some cheaper chocolates even have wax in them, and wax or waxy things harden when placed in something cold like milk or ice cream. even gummi worms are corn syrup based which hardens as it cools.
     
  14. Aelkelei

    Aelkelei New Member

    Chocolate chips are not soft it is cold than it get more time for melt in milk.
     
  15. devinclerk

    devinclerk New Member

    Chocolate is very waxy, cheap chocolates even wax in them, and wax or waxy things harden when placed in something like cold cream or ice.[hr]
    The milk is cold and let the chips melt as quickly and with a soft touch. If heated in the oven to melt the chocolate. Flour products dissolve regardless of temperature.
     
  16. jamesmadan

    jamesmadan New Member

    The milk is cold and let the chips melt as quickly and with a soft touch. If heated in the oven to melt the chocolate. Flour products dissolve regardless of temperature.
     
  17. waltzamora

    waltzamora New Member

    Thanks on giving valuable replies pertaining to this topic. I also wonder why chocolate chips harden if it put into milk. The explanations made me think about science (substances and temperatures affects it.)
     
  18. ciarasotto

    ciarasotto New Member

    It has something to do with the textures. Chocolate is very waxy. Some cheaper chocolates even have wax in them and waxy things harden when placed in something cold like milk or ice cream.
     
  19. charles.finlay

    charles.finlay New Member

    Based on studies and experiments it is proven that Chocolates really hardens when mixed with milk because of its substances and particles contained that reacts on milk. That is the main reason why chocolate chips hardens when mixed with milk.
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  20. xterm32

    xterm32 New Member

    Im not 100% positive, but it has to do something with the chemicals in the chocolate.
     

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