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Is pépites de chocolat au lait vegan?

Pépites de chocolat au lait is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pépites de chocolat au lait?

Pépites de chocolat au lait, or milk chocolate chips, are small morsels of creamy, sweet chocolate that add a delightful burst of flavor and texture to baked goods. These tiny treats are made from high-quality cocoa beans and rich milk, resulting in a smooth and velvety taste that melts in your mouth with each bite. Perfect for adding to cookies, cakes, muffins, and more, pépites de chocolat au lait are a versatile ingredient that can elevate any dessert to the next level. Indulge in the rich, decadent flavor of these delectable milk chocolate chips today!.

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