Nesquik® Homemade - Soluble Chocolate

There are those who mix it with bananas, those who use it to prepare delicious cakes and those who, more simply, dissolve it in milk: no matter how it is used! The fact is that Nesquik® is one of those delicacies to which few But what about if we try to prepare it at home? We have to make an impalpable and instantly soluble cocoa powder: follow me in this video!

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Identity Card of the Recipe

  • 379 KCal Calories per serving
  • Ingrediants

    • 20 g of brown sugar
    • 30 g of sugar
    • 20 g of bitter cocoa
    • 35 g of potato starch
    • 100 g of dark chocolate
    • Optional: 20 g of milk powder

    Materials Needed

    • Scale weighs food
    • Pressure blender
    • Bowl

    Preparation

    1. Place the blender blades in the freezer for 5 minutes. Meanwhile, carefully weigh the ingredients.
    2. With the knife, chop the dark chocolate to reduce it into small pieces.
    3. In the container of a pressure blender, combine the dark chocolate, the bitter cocoa, the white and brown sugar, and the potato starch. To taste, add a tablespoon of powdered milk.

    Did you know that
    As an alternative to potato starch, you can use corn starch or rice flour. The starches are used to give a thick consistency to the liquid in which the homemade Nesquik® will be dissolved.
    In this recipe, we suggest the use of white and cane sugar, but those who wish can only use one type of sugar.

    1. Chop everything, taking care to blend intermittently to avoid overheating the mixture. Homemade Nesquik® is ready when the consistency resembles that of an impalpable powder.
    2. Pour a couple of teaspoons of homemade Nesquik® into a cup, then pour in the hot milk and mix for a few moments. The milk and chocolate is ready to be tasted.
    3. Store in an airtight glass jar in a dark and dry environment for 3-4 weeks.

    Alice's comment - PersonalCooker

    Preparing the best-known products on the market at home is a great satisfaction, and then the taste is very reminiscent of the original. I'm sure you'll go crazy: you just have to try the recipe yourself!

    Nutritional values ​​and Health Comment on the recipe

    Homemade Nesquik® is a sweet food with a high energy intake; calories come mainly from carbohydrates, followed by lipids and finally proteins.
    The carbohydrates are predominantly simple, the fatty acids predominantly of the saturated type and the peptides of medium and high biological value; cholesterol is almost absent and fiber is high.
    Homemade Nesquik® lends itself to the diet of the vegetarian (not the vegan); on the contrary, it must be taken in moderation by overweight subjects and / or with hyperglycemia and hypertriglyceridemia; it has no negative effects on celiac but is contraindicated for lactose intolerant.
    The average portion of Nesquik® Homemade is about 10g (40kcal).


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