What is the best chocolate in chip form to use in baking?

  • Posted by: Amy
  • March 30, 2014
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9 Comments

Joanne C. April 2, 2014
If you can get Tcho chips they are excellent. I believe you can get them thru mail order. We use them in many of our cookies!
 
ChefJune April 1, 2014
Guittard chips are very good quality, and I often use them. However, I really prefer to make uneven slivers and chunks off a large block of chocolate.
 
dinner A. March 31, 2014
I like chopping up a block of chocolate into slivers or chunks and using that instead of chips. You can get a higher quality chocolate than is usually available as chips, and I think is often cheaper. I usually use the Callebaut 60 or 70% bittersweet.
If you want the chip shape, I also like the Guittard "extra dark" 63% chips that Stephanie recommended.
 
Brette W. March 31, 2014
I'm with cookbookchick -- love the ghirardelli 60%
 
ATL March 30, 2014
I like Guittard-the super chips in the yellow package.
 
Stephanie G. March 30, 2014
I like Guittard 63%...in the red package.
 
Ida Y. March 30, 2014
http://sweets.seriouseats.com/2010/06/what-are-the-best-chocolate-chips-brands-for-baking-cookies.html
 

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Diana B. March 30, 2014
My personal favorite is Ghirardelli.
 
cookbookchick March 30, 2014
Mine, too, especially the 60% Cacao Bittersweet chocolate chips.
 
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