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Low Carb Chocolate Muffin – Only 3 Carbs Net Per Muffin – 6 Pack – Best Tasting Diet Product Ever!

Low Carb Chocolate Muffin – Only 3 Carbs Net Per Muffin – 6 Pack – Best Tasting Diet Product Ever!

Low Carb Chocolate Muffin - Only 3 Carbs Net Per Muffin - 6 Pack - Best Tasting Diet Product Ever!

  • 0 sugar – 0 Trans Fats – 0 Glueten – 0 Flour
  • Best Tasting Low Carb Product Ever!
  • Technologically Preserved for Freshenss – Not With Preservatives
  • Made with GMO Free Almond Meal
  • We bake in our local family owend bakery approved by the USDA, not in a commercial factory

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Low in carbs, and yet delicious.
While one can argue whether carb-0-licious is brand or not, one thing is sure. We are not another multimillion dollar company trying to persuade you to buy something you don’t want in the first place. We are a small local family-owned bakery in NY sharing a piece of health with the world.
As third generation bakers, we were raised with cake and cookies as a means of Breakfast, Lunch and Supper.
We have always had a great sense for good and quality tasting mixtures, which is what kept our local business successful, while all other bakeries went broke to competition to big box stores.
But as we grew older, we started being more health conscious thinking there must be something better that we can do, something that could make a change in us as well as the entire neighborhood we live in and sell to.
And that’s when carb-0-licious was founded. Taking 3 generations and over 60 years of experience in baking, tasting and ingredients selection etc. we have made what is yet to be the future…
The Best Tasting Low Carb Muffin Guaranteed!
As a baker I can guarantee you, that this muffin tastes way better than the regular un-healthy stuff we have been selling for so many years.
Technologically Preserved for Freshness
We use a scientific means of preserving the freshness while in transit, to get you the ultimate fresh baked muffin without any preservatives added.
As soon as we finish the baking process, when the Muffins are still hot, we immediately pack them in air-tight packaging, and freeze them at a very deep temperature, thus preserving even the slightest particles evolving during the first moments of oven freshness.
We guarantee you the utmost freshness at time of delivery.
We ship all our products with USPS Priority Mail only, which insures a fast delivery and fresh product.

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History of the Chocolate Chip Cookie

When it comes to what is the best type of chocolate chip cookies, we all have ou own opinion. It’s always about which is better, thin or thick cookies, or crisp or chewy cookies. I prefer a chewy chocolate chip cookie but with crisp outer edges, the best of both worlds if you ask me. Want to know more about its roots? Watch this.

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Chocolate Tree

Assumingly, you know that chocolate comes from the cacao. Here are some interesting infos about the “tree of life” of all the chocophiles out there.

Cacao trees are small evergreen trees measuring around 6 meters tall. Such trees are producing fruit and flowers all throughout the year and are farmed in countries within 10 degrees North and 10 degrees South of the Equator in which the climate is best for the growth of these cacao trees given that they need a warm and humid environment. More to these, cacao trees require soil that is fertile and well-irrigated, plus regular rainfall, for their optimum growth.

Cacao trees normally grow in rainforests. Shades of heavy canopy fall on them and they use it to their benefit since they grow best when covered with some sort of shade.

In the wild, these trees grow underneath the larger evergreen trees and are often seed along rivers.

Just so you know, cacao has been cultivated for at least three millennia now in Mexico, Central America and South America. The leading suppliers of cacao are Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, and Indonesia.

It takes around five years for a cacao tree to yield its first crop. It becomes an adult plant come year ten. It yields between 300 and 1000 pounds of cocoa per acre for approximately 50 years.

The seed pods grow directly off the trunk of the tree, instead of the ends of the branches. Every pod is the size of a pineapple measuring between 5 and 12 inches long and between 3 and 5 inches wide. It usually has about thirty to fifty seeds inside. It takes around 400 to 500 seeds to come up with a pound of chocolate. Cocoa beans, which are used in making chocolate, are the dried and fully fermented fatty seeds of the cacao tree.

Actually, cacao flowers are not pollinated by bees or butterflies like most flowers, but by forcipomyia midges which are like tiny flies. And just a fun fact, these midges have the fastest wing-beats of any creature on earth, about 1000 times per second!

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Best recipe for chocolate that will harden when cooled…but is easy to use when melted?

Question by BreadCollision: Best recipe for chocolate that will harden when cooled…but is easy to use when melted?
I don’t want to use “chocolate” almond bark to make candies using melted chocolate. I tried melting milk chocolate chocolate chips and it just became a big chalky lump. Anyone have a recipe for homemade, from-scratch chocolate that will harden when cooled? I want to make various forms of chocolate bark treats with it. Thanks so much.

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Answer by lil miss blue eyes
Try using Nestle Milk Chocolate chocolate chips. Mix in a little milk and butter when the chips are melting, and they will harden just like homemade-difficult-to-work-with chocolate. Make sure that you melt it VERY slowly, otherwise you end up with the clumpy mess. This tastes great and is easy to work with.

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Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipes – The BEST Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipes That Are Easy To Make And Fun To Eat! Reviews

Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipes – The BEST Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipes That Are Easy To Make And Fun To Eat!

Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipes - The BEST Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipes That Are Easy To Make And Fun To Eat!

There are few things in life that can compare to the taste of warm, soft, melt-in-your-mouth chocolate chip cookies. Just the thought gives many of us visions of the times that we would come home from school and mom would be taking a fresh batch of cookies out of the oven. Can you remember how you couldn’t wait for them to cool before eating that first one? Ummmm…they were so good!

We’ve taken the most scrumptious chocolate chip cookie recipes that you’ll find, and made it easy to make each one for the entire family to enjoy. From the mouth-watering triple chocolate chip cookie and oreo chocolate chip cookie, to the delicious tasting banana oatmeal chocolate chip cookie, and so many others, you’re sure to have family and friends running back for more. Every recipe has been kitchen tested and chocolate chip cookie lover approved!

Happy Baking,

The Kitchen Kreations Collection Team

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Indulgence: One Man’s Selfless Search for the Best Chocolate in the World

Indulgence: One Man’s Selfless Search for the Best Chocolate in the World

Indulgence: One Man's Selfless Search for the Best Chocolate in the World

From Willy Wonka to Ferrero Rocher, chocolate is embedded in our culture as perhaps no other foodstuff. And although it has been swooned over endlessly in print, Indulgence takes the subject to entirely new realms. In a pleasurable mélange of travel narrative, historical writing, and literary gastronomy, Paul Richardson discovers a substance that still has much to say about the joys and agonies of our human debt to pleasure. In this whimsical chronicle of one of mankind’s ruling passions, he concludes that chocolate has lost none of its mysterious capacity to bewitch.

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Posted by Chocoholic - February 26, 2012 at 9:17 am

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Q&A: What’s the Best Way to Thicken Chocolate Sauce, making it similar to hot fudge?

Question by w_t_isc: What’s the Best Way to Thicken Chocolate Sauce, making it similar to hot fudge?
I really like vanilla ice cream with hot fudge but my dad never buys it. He only buys plain, thin chocolate sauce, and says they are the same thing.

What is the best way to make chocolate sauce similar in consistency to hot fudge (how can i make it thicker), in the easiest way?

Any tips would be greatly appreciated.

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Answer by julieisbest
You can put it in a saucepan on the stove and heat it on medium heat for a while. This is called “reducing” the sauce, it will thicken it up. Make sure to stir it frequently. It will take a little bit but it works!

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