Cocoa

Cocoa benefits and harms

 

The birthplace of cacao consider the territory of modern Mexico, where the Aztecs cultivated the cacao. They cooked beans from the drink that gave strength and made vigorous. This was the use of cocoa to the Aztecs. After a certain time, cocoa beans were brought to Europe, and this product immediately became very popular.

The caloric content of cocoa

You should not forget that cocoa has a high caloric content. One hundred grams cocoa contains nearly three hundred calories. For this reason, the drink quenches hunger, but it won’t suit for those who lose weight, unless they can replace the afternoon snack.

Cocoa contains a large amount of different nutrients, namely, vegetable protein and fats, saturated fatty acids, carbohydrates, sucrose, organic acids, starch. As cocoa is rich in vitamins A, b, E, PP, beta-carotene and minerals: sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, chlorine, Continue reading

How to cook cocoa a few recipes.

 

 

Mixing ratio cocoa: 2 liters of milk need to take 6 tablespoons of cocoa powder and 4 tablespoons sugar. Cocoa is not cool, and immediately pour into cups or glasses. Serve with cookies, biscuits, muffins.

The classic recipe of cocoa. Many of us know that cocoa is very healthy and

tasty drink. So you need to know how to cook cocoa to from time to time to cook for yourself and your loved ones this aromatic chocolate drink.

For the preparation of cocoa will need milk, a small amount of sugar and cocoa powder. In a pot in which to boil the cocoa, it is necessary to pour a small amount of water, so that the bottom was completely covered. Once the water Continue reading

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