iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $1.86 (33% off)
Posted by LantauMama on Sep 09, 2013
iHerb doesn't have any raw carob powder, so I get this one instead. It is really excellent. I am sensitive to caffeine, so this is a great alternative for homemade 'chocolate' I make a lovely carob bar using this, and use it in smoothies and other recipes. Be aware carob is NOT a chocolate replacement - it is a different taste, a bit sweeter and just different. If you expect it to be like chocolate it will not be. Homemade carob bar - almond butter, coconut oil, coconut butter, carob powder, coconut flakes, chia seeds, hemp seeds, a bit of pink himalayan salt and anything else you want to add - yummmmm
Posted by Reviewer2760658 on Sep 20, 2011
This product costs less than others, but tastes great and has the same quality as the more expensive ones.
A mild taste of chocolate,
Posted by darlingnovember on Jun 13, 2012
and it is perfect for home made chocolate and cocoa. I rellay like that you get a lot for your money.
Posted by Reviewer3029254 on Jun 23, 2012
I was taken off chocolate by the doc and tried this carob instead. I found the product to be creamy and smooth, very nice.
Posted by Reviewer2436167 on Apr 26, 2012
I made the perfect carob cake using this powder.
Posted by Reviewer2333743 on May 20, 2012
very good (to my taste) carob powder; very reasonably priced.
Posted by Reviewer3260397 on Mar 05, 2014
My baking has never been better after using this powder instead of regular cacao powder. It has an amazing burnt-like taste which makes everything taste a hundred times better :D YUMMY!!
Sabe muy rica
Posted by ROSSITA on Jan 28, 2014
La uso para smothies, y para hacer nata con "chocolate", esta muy rica, a mi familia le gusta y son muy exigentes gourmets jajaja ********************* Más revisiones en mi cuenta. Marca el /Si/ abajo si te ha servido mi opinión
Tasty, non addictive like cocoa / cacao
Posted by Reviewer2255839 on Nov 07, 2013
I wasn't sure I would like this as much as cocoa or cacao but I actually like it more. I chose to switch from cacao to carob because although it's said that cacao is good for you I have read that regardless it is still a stimulant, contains caffeine and stimulates cortisol production. I didn't want that and I didn't want that in my children food either. I am very happy with the taste of carob, I actually prefer it to cacao. Plus I seem to sleep better now that I am having less cacao or cocoa in my diet.
Posted by AnnaLL on Apr 25, 2013