Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Almonds

Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Almonds

It doesn't get much better than this "Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Almonds" recipe, not only is delicious it's healthy too! This is the perfect snack, nutrient dense whole almonds, and dark chocolate, yum.

This dark chocolate sea salt almonds recipe is easy to make, it only needs a few ingredients, because there are only a few ingredients you want to make sure you're using high quality. Make sure to use pure chocolate and not chocolate chips. You can use bittersweet chocolate, but semi-sweet works just as well. If sweeter chocolate is more of what you prefer milk or even white chocolate works too. A helpful tool for making this dark chocolate sea salt almonds recipe is a three piece dipping tool set. These inexpensive tools will be really helpful when you begin making this dark chocolate sea salt almonds recipe. You can use the 3-pronged tool for help lifting the almonds out of the chocolate pool and shaking off as much excess chocolate as you can. It also helps to separate the almonds so you aren't left with chocolate almond clusters but rather, individual chocolate almonds. The finishing touch on this tasty sweet recipe is a sprinkle of sea salt and turbinado sugar you can also use Sugar In The Raw. Any coarse sugar will do. The sugar gives some nice added crunch and the sea salt balances the flavor. The nuts are great simply coated in chocolate, but the light sprinkle of sugar and salt turns them into something extra special.

To start this recipe line a large baking sheet with parchment paper or a silicone baking mat and set aside. Melt the chocolate in a double boiler or you can use the microwave, be careful. For the microwave, place the chocolate in a medium heat proof bowl and melt in thirty second increments, stirring after each increment until the chocolate is completely melted and smooth. You can also temper the chocolate, if you are tempering the chocolate, do not store the finished nuts in the refrigerator.

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Almonds not only taste good, they are extremely nutritious and healthy for yoy. Almonds are often eaten on their own, raw or toasted, they are also a component of various dishes. Almonds are available in many forms, such as whole, sliced (flaked, slivered), and as flour. Almonds yield almond oil and can also be made into almond butter or almond milk. Almonds are a nutritionally dense food and a 100 gram serving is a rich source of the B vitamins riboflavin and niacin, vitamin E, and the essential minerals calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, and zinc.

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