|adonnaru||-- 01-02-2007 @ 9:33 AM|
I am wrestling with replacing regular cocoa with Dutch cocoa because my little one doesn't like the bitter taste of regular cocoa. Can someone point me in the right direction where I can find some recipes using Dutch cocoa and maybe a way of using Dutch cocoa in recipes I already have instead of using regular cocoa.
I know from what I have found that Dutch is OK in recipes using baking powder and if substituted for regula cocoa eliminate the baking soda etc. Gets confusing.
|natcat||-- 09-09-2007 @ 9:51 AM|
You can replace the regular cocoa with dutch processed cocoa, anytime.
If your little one doesn't like the flavor of it?? is this in hot chocolate?? or in a baking recipe??
If it is in a baking recipe, like brownies, or cake, sweeten it up some more, a little at a time.
If you're using regular processed cocoa in hot chocolate, sweeten it up some more also. My mother used to use regular cocoa to make hot chocolate with, & you have to find the balance between the cocoa & the sweetness, & your little one will not know the difference, he will enjoy his hot chocolate!!!
Have A Sweet Day!!
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