White chocolate does not contain caffeine. When making white chocolate, the solid portions of the cocoa bean are not used. This is where caffeine is found.
White chocolate contains cocoa butter, milk and sugar. Vanilla also can be added for flavor. Most white chocolate contains deodorized cocoa butter as its main ingredient. This means the caffeine-rich solid portions of the cocoa bean have been removed from the chocolate-making process through filtering and the use of steam. Only the natural fat from cocoa bean is used. In comparison, both dark and milk chocolate contain caffeine as they include the solid portions of the cocoa beans.