Deliciously Ella - Cacao & Almond Energy Balls
Here's a super simple way to make my Cacao & Almond Energy Balls at home. I wanted them to be as simple as possible so there are only six ingredients. This is the recipe that started it all so I'm so happy to share it with you!!
ROSE DI SFOGLIA PERE E CACAO - Roses of puff pastry pear and cocoa
Sono rose fatte con la pasta sfoglia e ripiene di pere e cacao zuccherato. Belle da vedere e buone da mangiare potrai servirle per la colazione e la merenda.
How to Use Cacao Nibs: My Favorite Chocolate Cocoa Nibs Ingredient with No Added Sugar
In this video Aviva Goldfarb shows you how to use cacao nibs also called cocoa nibs. Perfect if you love chocolate but not added sugar. In this video I share easy cacao nibs recipes (aka cocoa nibs recipes).
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Hi, I’m Aviva Goldfarb with the Six O’Clock Scramble, and today I’m going to show you how to use one of my very favorite ingredients: cacao nibs.
Last year, I got involved with a film called Fed Up! And I learned a lot about how we’re eating too much added sugar in our diets. And I’ve always had a little bit of a problem with eating too much sugar and having sugar cravings and kind of a sugar addiction. So I decided to get most of the added sugar out of my life. And I actually created a Facebook group, which I can direct you to, where it’s all people who want to reduce or eliminate added sugar in their diets.
Well, I love chocolate; I didn’t want to lose chocolate from my diet, so I discovered an ingredient called cacao nibs. And cacao nibs are made from chocolate beans; they’re part of the process of producing chocolate, but it’s before they add the sugar. So they’re very chocolatey. They’re a little bitter if you eat them straight, so I wouldn’t recommend that. But they take the place of chocolate or chocolate chips in a lot of recipes, as long as you find other natural ways to sweeten them.
So I’m going to show you a few of my favorite ways to use these wonderful cacao nibs. You can find them in a lot of natural food stores. Even the big supermarkets are getting them now because they’ve become so popular.
So, one of the things I like to do is, since they’re chocolate it seems like maybe they should be a dessert. But there’s no sugar, so they don’t have to be a dessert. So I start my day with cacao nibs in my yogurt. And what I do is I take some frozen, pitted cherries, and I microwave them so they get soft and juicy, and then I mix in some plain, unsweetened Greek yogurt. Then I sprinkle in like a teaspoon of cacao nibs and mix that all together, and it’s like I’m having this chocolate, cherry yogurt for breakfast. And it’s so healthy and so good.
Cacao nibs, not only do they not have any sugar, but they’re super healthy for you. They’re antioxidants, and they have flavonoids, and they have fiber. And they’re dairy free, so there’s nothing not to recommend cacao nibs that I can think of. So that is one of my favorite ways to eat them.
And then, another thing that I do for a snack is I—first of all, you can add cacao nibs to a lot of different foods. You can put them in—when I make granola, I add them to that. If you’re making chocolate banana ice cream out of frozen bananas and unsweetened cocoa, you can put that on that for a crunch, but one of my favorite afternoon snacks is to slice up a banana and top it with a tablespoon—I find there’s too much time between lunch and dinner. It’s like seven hours; I can never make it that long. So I try to eat something healthy that won’t fill me up too much.
So I take a banana, I slice it up, I add a tablespoon or so of almond butter—unsweetened almond butter, of course, and then, you can slice in some strawberries on here. I sprinkle in some cinnamon, which is another healthy, very flavorful, kind of sweet ingredient. And, I sprinkle on some cacao nibs. And I have this really decadent, really filling little snack. So you can mix that all together, and it’s got the crunch and the creaminess and the saltiness from the peanut butter. I love it.
So here’s another thing that I do. It’s kind of silly, but if I just need a quick, high protein snack, like a late night—if I ate too early and I’m really hungry before I go to bed, I will just take a teaspoon of almond butter or peanut butter, and I will sprinkle on some cacao nibs right on the spoon, and I will eat them like that.
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Pears Cacao - Kitchen Cat
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✰ ✰ ✰ ✰ ✰ INGREDIENTS ✰ ✰ ✰ ✰ ✰
3 tb : Cocoa
1 ts : Unflavored Gelatin
1/3 c : Creme De Cacao
3/4 c : Whipping Cream; Whipped
1 ds : Salt
11 : Pear Halves; Canned or See
1/4 c : Sugar
1/4 ts : Mint Extract
1/2 ts : Vanilla Extract
CROSTATA SBRICIOLATA RICOTTA E CACAO Ricetta Facile - Ricotta & Cocoa Crumble Pie Easy Recipe
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CROSTATA SBRICIOLATA RICOTTA E CACAO Ricetta Facile - Easy Recipe
Sbriciolata ricotta e cacao, ricetta facile per una torta friabile dal cuore tenero che conquisterà i più golosi. Il dolce ideale da servire assieme al tè o al caffè, a merenda o a fine pasto. L’impasto della sbriciolata è facilissimo, si prepara completamente con le mani, senza frullatore e senza mattarello. Seguite con me la ricetta!
● INGREDIENTI ●
400 g farina
150 g zucchero
120 g burro ammorbidito
1 bustina di lievito
PER IL RIPIENO
250 g ricotta
1 cucchiaio cacao amaro
2 cucchiai zucchero
1/2 limone grattugiato
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Gluten free Chocolate Financier with poached saffron pear - The Baking German
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Chocolate Pear Cake / Torta Cioccolato e Pere
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Today's recipe is going to be this beautiful chocolate pear cake glazed with a simple chocolate ganache. As you can see the particularity of this cake is that the pears are baked whole in a chocolate sponge cake, they're tender, yet firm on the inside, and make a delicious pairing with delicate genoise sponge and the rich chocolate sauce.
these are the ingredients we need:
4 medium firm-ripe pears (such as Abate, Bosc, Howell )
juice of half a lemon
for the sponge cake:
200 grams / 7 oz eggs room temperature (about 4 medium eggs)
100 grams / 3.5 oz granulated sugar
50 grams / 1.7 oz pastry flour (9% protein flour)
25 grams / 0,8 oz unsweetened cocoa powder
25 grams / 0,8 oz potato starch
1/2 teaspoon vanilla powder
a pinch of salt
For the chocolate glaze:
200 grams / 7 oz dark chocolate, chopped 70 % cacao
150ml / 5 fl oz heavy cream
one tablespoon sugar
La ricetta di oggi sarà questa deliziosa torta al cioccolato e pere glassata con una semplice ganache al cioccolato. Come potete vedere, la particolarità di questa torta è che le pere sono cotte intere in un pan di spagna al cioccolato, sono molto morbide, ma allo stesso tempo sode e si abbinano deliziosamente con il delicato pan di spagna e la golosissima salsa al cioccolato.
questi sono gli ingredienti di cui abbiamo bisogno:
4 pere mediamente mature (come Abate, Bosc)
succo di mezzo limone
per il pan di spagna:
200 grammi di uova a temperatura ambiente (circa 4 uova medie)
100 grammi zucchero semolato
50 grammi di farina per dolci da (9% di farina proteica)
25 grammi di cacao amaro in polvere
25 grammi di fecola di patate
1/2 cucchiaino di vaniglia in polvere
un pizzico di sale
Per la glassa al cioccolato:
200 grammi cioccolato fondente, tritato (70% cacao)
150 ml panna liquida da montare
un cucchiaio di zucchero
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