You could soon be eating a lot more milk chocolate, thanks to an unlikely ingredient.
Researchers at North Carolina State University have figured out how to fortify milk chocolate with peanut skin compounds, giving it antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties without altering the taste.
Adding just a little espresso not only amplifies the chocolate flavor of this cake, it also makes it totally suitable for breakfast.
Even if flavanols—antioxidant compounds found in cocoa beans—happen to be good for you, you can’t eat a ton of Halloween chocolate and simply sit back and enjoy the health benefits.
Esthechoc is equal parts candy bar and beauty supplement that claims to help turn back the ravages of time—but don't expect to find chocolate-munching retirees waking up with their high-school faces. Sorry, Grandma.
This ganache has a rich flavor and beautiful shine. The combination of deep chocolate, candied orange, and brittle blood grains make this one of the most unique desserts you've tasted.