Is drinking hot cocoa good for your brain?
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To give your hot cocoa a bit of a kick, sprinkle a dash of cayenne pepper on top of your hot cocoa. Cayenne pepper is a good source of vitamin A, which helps with vision, skin, and our brain health. Peppermint Oil. Peppermint and chocolate – a classic combination.
Next time you mix up your hot cocoa, add about 3-6 drops of peppermint oil to. Ingredient Checklist. 1 cup milk. 2 teaspoons cacao powder. ¼ teaspoon stevia powder. ¼ teaspoon vanilla extract.
Add all ingredients to shopping list. View. Instructions Combine all the ingredients in a saucepan and stir. Heat on medium heat on stove top until the mixture is warm. Once it starts getting hot, whisk the ingredients together Ladle into cups and enjoy!
Boil water and let it simmer for a moment. Mix all of the ingredients in blender until smooth. Serve immediately. Can be stored in refrigerator, but will need to be warmed up because the coconut oil will harden. Enjoy!
How-to Make Healthier Hot Cocoa Mix Combine all the ingredients into a food processor and blend until fine and powdery. If you don’t have a food processor, For Serving: In a saucepan over medium heat, heat one cup of milk (dairy, coconut, almond or others would work. How to Make Healthy, Low-Cal Hot Cocoa How to Make Healthy, Low-Cal Hot Cocoa Chocoholics, here’s your ammo for the season: Cocoa can help keep your memory strong. How to Make the Perfect Swiss-Miss Hot Coco: Oh, hot coco is so delightfully toasty! And if you’re like me, you don’t like to work very hard to get the perfect hot coco. But I hate having little clumps of powdery chocolate-sugar in my Swiss-Miss.
But then the other day, I discovered a new me. This healthy hot chocolate is a delicious dairy-free alternative to the popular powdered mixes we used when I was a kid. It calls for only 4 ingredients and takes just about 5 minutes to prepare.
What I love about making my own homemade hot chocolate is that you can customize the chocolate flavor exactly to. The Best Hot Chocolate Recipe (Option for Dairy Free) This healthy homemade hot chocolate combines natural ingredients like cocoa powder, turmeric, gelatin, coconut oil or butter, and optional raw honey or maple syrup and cinnamon. I’ve also included options for. 1-2 tablespoons of boiling water. 3/4 cup of warm evaporated milk (or enough to fill your mug) Whipped cream, candy canes, chocolate shavings, marshmallows or any other toppings of your choosing.
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