It’s fine, at least as long as you were careful not to introduce too much water in the process.
They need some water to survive, and milk chocolate doesn’t have much.
It may absorb water from the air as it melts, potentially diluting the sugar and giving molds or bacteria a foothold.
Is it OK to eat chocolate that has melted?
Fat and sugar bloom damage the appearance of chocolate and limit its shelf life. Chocolate that has “bloomed” is still safe to eat (as it is a non-perishable food due to its sugar content), but may have an unappetizing appearance and surface texture.
Does chocolate go off in the sun?
Most often, that white film on the chocolate is called “bloom”, and it happens when chocolate is exposed to sun, heat or humidity. Melt that chocolate bar down and bring it back to life WITHOUT the bloom!
Can you eat chocolate after it’s melted and frozen again?
In your situation I would have put the chocolate in the fridge to harden in back up, but it’s never as good after it’s melted. You could’ve let it cool for like an hour in the freezer. Take it out and eat. Freezer, melted chocolate is just ick.
Is Cadbury chocolate good for melting?
There are two simple and quick methods to melt Cadbury chocolate. Melted Cadbury chocolate can be use in chocolate fondue recipes and in making chocolate-covered fruit or cakes. Either melting method can produce smooth Cadbury chocolate ready for the treat of your choice.
Does melted chocolate give you diarrhea?
Chocolate can trigger digestive symptoms like heartburn and upset stomach, especially if you have a disorder. For some people, it can even cause diarrhea and loose stools.
Is it OK to put melted chocolate in the fridge?
Only leave the chocolate in the refrigerator until set – not longer, or you can create problems. Melt on a low setting, stirring slowly & frequently. Don’t overheat. A heating pad placed under the melted chocolate will help keep it from cooling too quickly.