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- Origin: China
- Caffeine : 230mg/100g
- Feature: Sugar-free
- Cocoa Butter Content: 22~24%
- Expired Date: 36 Months
- Storage Conditions: Dry, Refrigerated, No odor, Well-Sealed, Sunshine Shielded, Low Temperature.
- Application: Fit for confectionery, dairy, beverage, ice-cream, bakery, solid beverage, and flavor industry.
This is 100% pure organic cocoa powder. It does not contain any additives or preservatives. The beans used for this organic cocoa powder are grown in West Africa, where is the largest origin of cocoa beans in the world. Our beans are 100% organic raw Forastero cocoa beans, prized for their superior flavor.
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What is Cocoa powder?
Cocoa powder has been used for centuries as both a foodstuff and an ingredient in other things. It's most often found mixed into dessert recipes, but it can also be used to enhance certain types of beers or wines!
In the case of wines, adding some cocoa powder while preparing them can make them more velvety and help round off any sharp acidic tastes!
Also, Cocoa powder is a versatile ingredient that can be used in a variety of ways. It's rich in antioxidants and is a good source of dietary fiber, magnesium, potassium, and zinc. It can also be used to make buttercream frosting, ganache, and mousse. Cocoa powder is a great way to add a chocolatey flavor to your recipes!
How many Calories is in Cocoa powder?
There are about 140 calories in a tablespoon of cocoa powder.
What are the benefits of Cocoa Powder?
Cocoa powder is rich in antioxidants, which scavenge harmful toxins and byproducts that can damage cells. This makes it a potentially powerful tool in preventing conditions like heart disease and cancer. It's also been linked with improved brain function and a reduced risk of developing Alzheimer's disease. Cocoa is also a good source of dietary fiber, magnesium, potassium, and zinc.
What are the risks associated with Cocoa powder?
Very high doses of cocoa powder can cause problems like diarrhea, nausea, and vomiting. It's also possible to overdose on antioxidants, so it's best to stick to the recommended amounts when adding cocoa powder to your diet.
How to make Cocoa powder?
You can use your cocoa powder (natural, Dutch-process, or black) to make buttercream and fancy hot chocolate. You can also make a truffle filling, ganache, or mousse. Recipes usually call for unsweetened cocoa powder, so if you're using a sweetened variety, you'll need to adjust the sugar levels in the recipe.
Simply sift your cocoa powder (if it's lumpy) into a bowl and set it aside. Combine your butter and sugar until fully combined. If you'd like, you can now add some vanilla extract or other flavorings to the mixture (a teaspoon is usually enough). Add your egg(s) one at a time, making sure each egg is fully incorporated before adding the next one. Now pour in your cocoa powder - only use as much as is needed to get a thick, smooth consistency. If the mixture is too thick, add a tablespoon of milk or cream until it's the desired consistency.
You can now use your cocoa frosting to decorate cakes and cupcakes, or as a filling between cake layers. You can also pipe it into shapes like roses or stars for a fancy finish. To make truffles, simply roll your cocoa mixture into balls and dust with cocoa powder!
Cocoa powder Recipes
Cocoa powder is used for drinking and for making chocolates and chocolate-flavored dishes. As with any pure cocoa, it has a naturally bitter taste and may need a sweetener.
A. Use cocoa for drinks
Cocoa powder can be mixed with milk or honey to drink, it also can be used for other chocolate-flavored drinks, such as Hot cocoa, Chocolate milk, Cocoa coffee delight, Peppermint, and cinnamon hot cocoa, Cold cocoa.
B. Bake with cocoa
Cocoa can be used extensively in baking. It is important to taste cocoa first, as it varies in flavor from intense, mild, deep, tart, to acidic. Some ideas to start you include Cocoa fudge, Dark chocolate cake, Devil's food cake with cocoa, Chocolate self-saucing pudding, Cocoa sticks.
Is there caffeine in cocoa powder?
Cocoa powder has 230 mg of caffeine and 2057 mg of theobromine per 100 grams, which are mostly absent from other cocoa bean components.
How to store cocoa powder?
Cocoa powder should be stored in an airtight container in a cool, dark place. It will keep for about 12 months if stored this way. Also, you can put it into a sealed bag or a can with a lid and store it in a cool, dry place that is absent from foreign odor.
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