Milk chocolate is made up of chocolate liquor, milk solids, vanilla, cocoa butter and lecithin. The amount of chocolate liquor is lesser in milk chocolate as compared to dark chocolate. European brands are known to have produced the finest milk chocolates. European milk chocolate contains condensed milk while American milk chocolates contain a mix of sugar and milk. Milk chocolates may either be eaten on their own or they may be used as an ingredient in pastries, desserts and other confections. Some different types of milk chocolate recipes include Gourmet Milk Chocolate, Homemade Milk Chocolate, Hot Chocolate Powdered Milk, etc.