Chocolate Malt with Chocolate Nibs

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If you havenít tried chocolate nibs yet, youíre in for a treat. A kind of grown-up version of chocolate chips, nibs come from the pure, unsweetened center of shelled cocoa beans. They are roasted and coarsely ground and give a crunchy, intensely chocolate punch to this classic malt. (You can also use them to decorate cakes, sprinkle on your cereal, fold into cookie dough, etc, etc.)

For a kidsí version of this malt, substitute coarsely grated sweetened chocolate for the nibs.

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Directions

Place ice cream, milk, malted milk powder, and chocolate syrup in a deep bowl or the blending container of an immersion blender. Use an up-and-down motion to blend the mixture until smooth and thick. (If you are doubling the recipe, use a stand-up blender.)

Stir in chocolate nibs and serve immediately.

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Edwina from CA on June 11th, 2013
So, did anyone come up with an organic chocolate malt? I've only seen some advertised to be used in beers. I tried barley malt from Whole Foods, and it's definitely not the same. I would love to get organic malt. Anyone know where?
Sus from dallas, TX on July 11th, 2011
I am wondering the same thing. Is there organic malted milk powder available on the market someplace?
Tamyra McKay from Seattle on March 27th, 2011
Is there organic malted milk powder available on the market someplace?

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