Thursday, April 30, 2009

Eat With Sugar!




Einstein here decided she would try something new to sprinkle on her yogurt/cottage cheese.  I found this package of "Cacao Raw Chocolate Nibs" with 1 oz. having 120 calories & 12g fat (not too bad for a sweeter treat).  This would be a healthy treat with Cacao "containing a naturally rich supply of antioxidants."  

I added it to cottage cheese, no sugar, just my nibs and my cottage cheese.  Can you guess how it tastes? Kind of like the time you ate raw chocolate for the first time.  Smells good, looks good, but tastes like shiz! I might add the chocolate nibs to this next time........




At least I'm honest with my reviews!

(I promise I'll say BMW is the bestest car evah!)

15 comments:

Missy said...

Good to know, I'll stick with the pure cane sugar, thanks. I'm sure it's good for me, says pure.

I heart you too Shannon...I'll share with you my super secret recipe, so very good, very strong and you have to like tequila, good tequila, not rot gut. Details to come, off to run...

RunBubbaRun said...

I'm a chocalate lover, but something That says "raw" seems always to taste like dirt. I will have to stick with all the processed sugary stuff for now.

X-Country2 said...

I started reading and though, "ug, I think I know exactly how that's going to taste!" Bummer you didn't love it.

raulgonemobile said...

It looks good.. oh well. :(

tfh said...

OMG, cookie dough porn!

RunToFinish said...

i don't like cottage cheese, so yup sounds horrible to me

Chris said...

cottage cheese and choc? Hmmm..... Interesting combination sister! :-)

Jess said...

Ah yes, brings back a childhood memory when I shoved some baking choclate in my mouth and discovered how awful it was!

Mushy said...

Raw chocolate really should be a misnomer. Chocolate only gets that "chocolate" taste after it has been roasted and conched; so raw chocolate, or raw cacao nibs, are not technically even chocolate. I like chocolate as chocolate, hence, I prefer my cacao cooked.

ShirleyPerly said...

Yeah, I had raw chocolate once. Never again!

Wes said...

LOL... hey, you are a brave soul!! you will probably score a direct hit next time :-)

Vickie said...

I wonder if it tastes worse than made from scratch cheesecake with the sugar forgotten. Can you say dip?

Grey Beard said...

The USDA website, reporting antioxidant testing results using the standard ORAC testing method, shows that by typical serving size 8 of the top 20 foods are apples, and a single apple supplies enough for a day.

We now know that whether berries, apples or even tomatoes, and in contrast to grains, fruit has evolved to provide both the carbs we need to oxidize for fuel, and the antioxidants needed to prevent cellular damage during that oxidation process. Nice! Thanks Mother Nature.

They didn't test chocolate covered apples, but that one should be a ringer!

Kevin said...

EEEwwww

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