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This is a chocolate spread recipe that I make often and all my family (including wife and kids) like, enough so that it's almost the only chocolate spread we eat (and very seldom purchased ones).
Ingredients[edit | edit source]
- 100 gram sugar
- 20 gram cocoa powder
- 2 gram salt
- 200 gram milk
- 100 gram dark chocolate, 60% cocoa
- 250 gram raw tahini, or 200 gram natural peanut butter, or a mix
Procedure[edit | edit source]
- Put the sugar, cocoa powder, and salt in a pot and mix.
- Add part of the milk and mix, then add the rest
- Put on the stove and heat. Mix often, until the sugar dissolves into the milk.
- Add the chocolate and mix until it's liquid/dissolved
- Turn off the stove, add the tahini/peanut butter and mix
- Put in some closed container, in the fridge.
- We usually keep it for up to around two weeks. I think it never spoiled.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- You should obviously not treat it as a "healthy food" - but as a "healthier chocolate spread". As that, I think it's reasonably good - not too much work, costs similarly to cheaper bought spreads, and is hopefully a bit healthier.
- Most of it we actually eat not spread on bread slices (although that too), but as an addition to oats porridge. This is our main breakfast for several years now: 350 gram oats, 1 litre milk, 0.5 litre water, boiled for 5-10 minutes, then add ~ 150-170 gram of the spread. And some fresh cut vegetables, to make it a bit healthy