This recipe is classical
I know it from my mom
In my childhood everything was home made, not ordered! My dad was a gourmand and in my parents' home, my mom spent hours in the kitchen.
#ClaraCKitchen is that concept that offers you the choice to eat at home something cosmopolite without staying more then 30 min in the kitchen!
Isn't it cool?
In plus more from this concept in on Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/ClaraCkitchen #new, #invented, #reinvented is not to tell you the recipe to do it milimetrical, consider it a #successful #experiment, #tasted, #colored, #structured, a real model to start doing the same!
50 g dark cocoa
250 g milk powder
4 spoons sugar
150 g butter 82% fat
150 ml water
Signed by Clara C
Step 1 boil water , salt, sugar till make bubbles
Step 2 stop the gas
Step 3 put over butter , milk , cocoa, vanilla
Step 4 stir
Step 5 put in a plate
Step 6 put it in the fridge
you can jungle with water quantity and aromas
as long as more water you put as smoothie will be but do not exaggerate this can goes -/+ 50 ml water not more
Time 15 min preparation and plating
Cost max 10 euro for 500 g home made chocolate
Can be used for sweets with chocolate glaze, sauces for meat, gelato, chocolate volcano... mousse
About huge benefits for your entire body you know but the the benefits of chocolate for your brain you should find more
"Yet it seems as though our knowledge of how chocolate affects our body begins and ends with how our taste buds feel during consumption. There are, however, a number of other ways that chocolate can later influence our mood in addition to the immediate physiological response one feels after taking a bite out of their homemade chocolate cake. One of the ways that chocolate is able to accomplish such a task is through the help of serotonin. Serotonin is a chemical that nerve cells produce to communicate in the brain. Serotonin is known as a “natural mood stabilizer” because it helps reduce depression and regulate anxiety (Health Line). Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, which aim to increase serotonin levels in the brain, are the major therapeutic agents used to treat depression, an affective disorder which is the leading cause of disability worldwide” (Jenkins, et al). Chocolate is linked to the neurotransmitter serotonin through a key compound that can be isolated from the chocolate bar itself: Tryptophan. Tryptophan is an amino acid found in small quantities in chocolate and is also the precursor for Serotonin. Clinical studies have used “the tryptophan depletion model to investigate the idea that low serotonin synthesis is associated with depressed mood” (Jenkins, et al). In other words, when tryptophan is low in the diet, there is less serotonin production and thus the individual might feel more depressed or anxious. However, because chocolate contains tryptophan, the resulting increase in serotonin can help explain why one might feel happier, calmer, or less anxious after eating a piece of their chocolate cake (Serotonin)."
Second despite the idea that chocolate in getting fat , is untrue , depending how much you eat and your energy you consume over the entire day THE CHOCOLATE is very nutritious! Read more on healthline.com
For any sportive chocolate is a must have!