Cocoa powder

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Z

Cocoa powder

Can anyone recommend a good cocoa powder,that isn't too bitter for making brownies.

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Nenna

cocoa

I've always used Cadbury's Bournville cocoa and found it satisfactory.

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tootsbrady

Cocoa Powder

I use also use Cadbury's or sometimes I'll use Waitrose own brand

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sandra

Cocoa

Don't think it matters, the amount of sugar in a basic brownie recipe eradicates any bitterness surely.

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Expat Badger

cocoa

don't know what country you're in Z but just in case your in N America - i use Frys.

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Darkginger

Cocoa Powder

I use Green & Black's, mostly. All cocoa powder is bitter (unless you go for a hot chocolate drink mix instead), but the G&B is wonderfully rich, and apparently ethically sound, too :)

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mark111757

cocoa powder

i too am in the states and i find that hersheys or nestles works very well especially as a coating for homemade truffles.......

 
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