Cocoa nibs are roasted cocoa beans, which have been separated from their husks and broken into small chips. Although they are the essence of chocolate, they taste very bitter in this pure form, and can be best when paired with sweet flavours.
Try adding the cocoa nibs into shortbread recipes, stir into ice cream or add to fruit granola. The intensely-flavoured nibs can also be infused into milk and cream to introduce new, sophisticated flavours to panna cotta.
Ingredients: Cocoa beans. May contain traces of nuts, milk, egg and soya proteins, gluten and peanut.