Navitas Naturals, Organic, Cacao Nibs, 16 oz (454 g)
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Good snack and additive to your desserts!
4 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer29875314 on Jun 25, 2012
I liked all Navitas products, that I tried in general. These nibs are not an exception for being just perfect. You need just a little of them to make your dessert fun, so this pack will last you for long long time! I have my favorite dessert with this product: 1-2 bananas, shreded dried coconuts, raisins and coconut nibs..... mmmmm perfect and very fast breakfast .
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I'm pleasantly surprised
2 people found the following review helpful
Posted by BelieveJesus4EternalLife on Jan 08, 2008
This brand far surpasses the Sunfoods brand, which is much more expensive. I really love these cacao nibs blended into various recipes. You have to do cacao nibs right in order to enjoy them, actually because by themselves, oh please, yeah right.
I read somewhere that the benefits of cacao are multiplied or unleashed, if you will, when you heat it. Makes sense because that's how these bitter beans become "da bomb." One way is to heat up oat bran and add them, after being grinded in a coffee grinder, in with a sweetener (very, very important). I use NuNaturals pure stevia extract. Then you can add whatever else you like, e.g., protein powder or blueberries.
Wonderful raw cocoa!
1 person found the following review helpful
Posted by Queenbee on Apr 26, 2010
This raw cocoa taste good. I make it hot and add a little almond powder. I am addicted to it already. It is a mood lifter. The raw cocoa nibs also taste very good. I also add a teaspoon to my hot cocoa drink.
Posted by Umbridge on Jan 24, 2010
I add this to smoothies when I want a deeper, richer taste. I've also tried it sprinkled onto sorbet. I think this is a great substitute for sugary chocolate for anyone who is health-conscious!
Posted by Reviewer2998496 on Jan 27, 2010
These are easier to eat than the Cacao beans but are still too bitter to snack on. I mix them in my smoothies and they give them a nice, crunchy taste.