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This one is pretty easy for me. I love Dark Chocolate! I really am not much of a fan of all for milk chocolate.
When I bake cookies, I love to use only dark chocolate chips. I add them to muffins, breads, cakes, or just about any type of sweet.
When making your charcuterie boards (grazing boards) add in some rich dark chocolate. Be sure and add in the 70% dark chocolate. You can add rich dark chocolate bark, dark chocolate covered almonds, cashews, etc. to the boards.
Dark Chocolate brinks out some great health benefits.
great for anti-aging
Did you know that generally after 6–12 weeks of consuming a cocoa powder high in antioxidants each day, participants in some studies experienced thicker, more hydrated skin? Your skin was appear less rough and scaly, less sensitive to sunburn, and had better blood flow — which brings more nutrients to your skin.
Here's the scoop: Cocoa contains antioxidants that may protect your skin against sunburn. These antioxidants may also improve wrinkles, skin thickness, hydration, blood flow, and skin texture.
I built a Halloween board full of fall favorites like candy corn, candied pumpkins, jelly candies, taffy, etc. However, I added in some great dark chocolate bark and candies to the mix. It adds depth and color to your boards as well!
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