Triple Blend & Black Baking Cocoa Powders
Don't be afraid of the dark.
The triple cocoa blend works perfectly in your grandmother's classic chocolate cake recipe, and equally well for the brownie recipe (calling for Dutch-process cocoa) you just discovered in a blog. A lighter blend of three cocoas: Dutch-process, for its depth of flavor; natural, for its chocolate-y taste and hint of warm color; and black, for its deep color; this triple blend performs beautifully in every recipe calling for unsweetened natural or dutch cocoa.
As for the super-dark black Dutch-process cocoa; use it sparingly for an intense, dark color and unsweetened-chocolate highlights. This rich cocoa will make the darkest chocolate cake or cookies you've ever seen.
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