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Cacao Crunch (Sweet Nibs)

  • Cacao Crunch (Sweet Nibs)
  • Cacao Crunch (Sweet Nibs)

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Cacao Crunch is a super delicious all-organic blend of highly anti-oxidant crushed chocolate beans, coated in a paste of roasted chocolate liquefied nibs, then rolled in 'panela' (an unrefined evaporated sugarcane juice treat common in South America).

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Cacao Crunch is a super delicious all-organic blend of highly anti-oxidant crushed chocolate beans, coated in a paste of roasted chocolate liquefied nibs, then rolled in 'panela' (an unrefined evaporated sugarcane juice treat common in South America).

The taste is variously described as a chocolate explosion with a lightly smoky, nutty, coffee-like flavour ....you'll LOVE it.

Nutritional Benefits
Cacao Nibs are highly anti-oxidant, and panela is absorbed more slowly into the blood stream than processed cane sugar.

Suggested Uses
Enjoy as is, straight from the bag as a healthier alternative to chocolate OR substitute for chocolate chips in muffins, brownies, cakes, biscuits etc OR add to cheesecakes, muesli, yoghurt, trail mix, crumble toppings OR make blissballs, truffles, pressed nut or crumb dessert bases OR sprinkle over ice cream, gelato, hot cocoa or cappuccino.

 'Panela' is a typical sweetener of Central and South America, and is also known as 'rapadura', 'piloncillo' (Mexico) and 'chancaça' (Peru) – a similar product is made in India and called 'jaggery'.  In Columbia alone, the 'panela' industry employs 350,000 people.