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cacao nibs

What is it?

Cocoa nibs are unsweetened roasted and lightly crushed cacao beans. Their bittersweet flavor and crunchy texture makes them a welcome addition to baked goods, desserts, and even savory dishes where you want the perfume of chocolate but not the sweetness. Cocoa nibs can be found at many specialty or health food stores, or can be ordered online at kingarthurflour.com.

Kitchen math:

2 cups = about 8 oz.

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