The White Crested Chocolate Bantam was created by Al Westling of Kansas, USA.
The white crested chocolates are still a very new variety and are about as rare as hen's teeth. Also, they are only in the bantam size right now.
When you breed a white crested chocolate male to a white crested chocolate female, you will get white crested chocolate, white crested black and white crested khaki. If you breed a white crested black to a white crested chocolate you will get white crested chocolate and white crested black. (Caveat - The information is here as experimental only and will be updated as more advanced information is received.)
The standard for the white crested chocolate is the same as for the white crested black except for the color of the body plumage.
Chocolate X Chocolate = 25%Black, 25%Khaki, 50%Chocolate
Chocolate X Black = 50%Black & 50%Chocolate
Chocolate X Khaki = 50%Chocolate & 50%Khaki
Khaki X Black = 100%Chocolate
Khaki X Khaki = 100%Khaki