Nibs, Nibs, Everywhere Nibs!

What are nibs?  How do I use them?  Very good questions.

You might have seen recipes or chocolate bars listing nibs as an ingredient.  Nibs are roasted cocoa beans that have been separated from their paper-thin outer husks and broken into bits.  These little bits of cacao are full of minerals and packed with antioxidants, ready for you to include in your healthy diet.

In no time at all, you can add a bit of crunchiness and a subtle chocolate flavor to many dishes and recipes.  Add this mineral rich superfood and help boost your diet to the next level:

  • Mix nibs with cereal, granola
  • Add nibs to brownies, cookies
  • Sprinkle nibs on oatmeal, ice cream
  • Blend nibs into smoothies, yogurt
  • Stir nibs with a little honey, freeze and eat them cold
  • Enjoy them straight out of the bag!

Remember, just like any food, over processing kills the nutritional value.  So you don’t want to get just any run-of-the-mill nibs.  Make sure to select quality nibs to get the most nutritional value and best taste from them.

Drexelius Chocolates carries top-of-the-line Claudio Corallo nibs, which are direct from his biodynamic plantation in Sao Tome et Principe.  Buy some today and start reaping the benefits right away!

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3 Responses to Nibs, Nibs, Everywhere Nibs!

  1. Hungover Guy says:

    As much as I can understand right now, I think you’re right!

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