I’m sensing another recipe video on the way… I had a chance to play around with the chocolate again, (and to clarify that was in the kitchen) and I have to say this recipe turned out pretty extremely delicious, so I thought I’d post it here in case anyone wanted to give it a try before the video is ready. If you love chocolate, it really is worth it!
Roasted almond chocolate bars are one of my favorite chocolate bars, and after having had such good results with our chocolate almond brownie fudge recipe, better known on Youtube as the World’s Best Chocolate Almond Brownie Fudge, I started wondering if it would be possible to recreate roasted almond chocolate bars, but an improved version using the high quality chocolate or cacao powder that contains all of the nutrients real chocolate is supposed to contain ie. magnesium, chromium, iron, bliss chemical … As it turns out, it’s more than possible, tastes amazing and is really very easy to do.
If you‘re a coffee lover, then this is for you (unless you love your coffee black, of course). I’ve been searching for a non-dairy creamer for a while now, one that would make my coffee taste as decadent as the half and half cream I’d become accustomed to using. I tried almond milk, rice milk and even hemp milk but all of them were just too watery and added absolutely no decadence to my coffee at all.
I finally figured it out and here is the recipe below. I realized that what likely made the cream so good was its fat content and so I decided to try blending coconut oil into the almond milk. A couple of little tweaks later and voila! Perfection! This creamer is so good, I often find myself having an extra cup of coffee… but the ingredients in the creamer are super nutritious so I’m hoping that makes up for the extra coffee 😉
If you get a chance to try it, let us know how you like it!
You can find the printable version of this recipe right below here or on our site in our Exotic Ingredients and Superfoods Collection