Cacao Nibs are truly a superfood much like Turmeric and Matcha. Check out those pages for more superfood recipes.
Now for most, they won’t like just eating plain ol’ cacao nibs. It are just not going to work. Cocoa nibs are bitter and you need to acquire a taste for them. But you can still enjoy the benefit of these little guys by adding them to some of your daily foods.
A Few Ways To Use Cacao Nibs
Here are a few examples of places you can add cacao nibs:
Add to a parfait or chia pudding for a nice crunch
Make a chocolate smoothie by adding it to the blender
Mix them into your favorite cookie recipe
Add a spoonful to your coffee grounds when you make coffee (Drip or French Press)
Are you looking for an alternative to chocolate chip cookies? These peanut butter coconut flour cookies are easy, healthy, delicious, require just one bowl and make a perfect recipe for trying out cacao (cocoa) nibs! Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Refined sugar-free cookies that are perfectly chewy and oh so TASTY!
This cocoa nib semifreddo might be the easiest fancy dessert I’ve ever made. It has three ingredients (well, four if you count the pinch of salt), it requires about 10 minutes of active work, and it doesn’t require any special equipment like an ice cream maker.
Cacao nibs are bits of dried, roasted, and crushed cacao bean. They are crunchy little nuggets of condensed chocolate flavor. When used in baking, cacao nibs add a texture similar to nuts. In Chocolate Nibs Cookies, cacao nibs give the soft, ultra-chocolaty cookie an extra chocolate boost and a contrasting crunch
These 6-ingredient No Bake Peanut Butter Balls a perfect snack! Packed with protein, fibers, and SUPERFOODS, as well as with nuttiness and sweetness, these energy balls provide optimal nutrition while satisfying your sweet tooth cravings. Bonus – they are super easy to throw together.
These crisp, buttery cookies get a sandy texture from the buckwheat flour, which is increasingly available at regular grocery stores from brands like Bob's Red Mill and Arrowhead Mills. Cocoa nibs (bits of roasted cocoa beans, sometimes called cacao nibs) can be a little trickier to find but are available online and from specialty food stores.
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