Chocolate

Chocolate Recipes

Chocolates are produced from the tropical Theobroma cacao tree (also known as the cocoa tree) which is found in the tropical region of South America.

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Chocolate Muffin Recipe

Health benefits of cocoa powder include relief from high blood pressure, cholesterol, obesity, constipation, diabetes, bronchial asthma, cancer, chronic fatigue syndrome, and various neurodegenerative diseases.

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Chocolate Hazelnut Milkshake Recipe

Chocolate Hazelnut Milkshake Recipe is a creamy concoction with flavours of chocolate, cocoa powder and hazelnut.

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Spinach Cocoa Smoothie Recipe

Everyone loves cocoa powder. When kids are fussy to have veggie smoothie then Spinach Coco Smoothie Recipe is the best option to try. It is easy to make, full of nutrition and  a great way to hide the veggies & fruit from the fussy child.

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Hot Cocoa Milk Recipe (Winter Treat)

The flavonoids in hot chocolate prevents platelets in your blood from mingling together and forming clots. The flavonoids help your body process nitric oxide, which is why hot cocoa can improve blood flow, help lower your blood pressure and improve heart health. Opt for healthy hot chocolate and be sure to drink it in moderation.

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Caramel Protein Shake Recipe

Protein is one of the building blocks of bone, muscle, and skin. The body needs it to produce hormones, enzymes, and other chemicals.Protein powder is a popular nutritional supplement. Protein is an essential macronutrient that helps build muscle, repair tissue, and make enzymes and hormones. Using protein powder may also aid weight loss and help people tone their muscles.

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Chocolate & Pistachio Ladoo Recipe

Most nuts contain large amounts of protein relative to their size, and pistachios are no exception. A 1-ounce serving of these nuts (approximately 49 pistachio kernels) contains 6 grams of protein.

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Coffee Milkshake Recipe

Coffee can help people feel less tired and increase energy levels. That’s because it contains a stimulant called caffeine — the most commonly consumed psychoactive substance in the world.

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