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Canada's blighty's Tuck Stores

Blighty's is a CANADIAN-based business.

We welcome online customers anywhere in the world to browse our selection of imported Great British food, candies & gifts. But please note:
1. We cannot ship food & candy to destinations outside Canada

2. Shipping charges are calculated automatically at checkout for Canada only. Additional shipping charges will be incurred if your shipping address is outside Canada. You will be contacted with the option to pay a shipping surcharge or cancel your order with a full refund.

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Cadbury Cocoa for Drinking or Baking

A Great Little Mixer
Cocoa is a traditional cold-weather drink in the United Queendom. Mix a couple of spoonfuls of the powder with a drop of milk to make a chocolately paste, then stir in hot milk for a comforting and nourishing hot drink.

But traditional cocoa has been largely replaced by "hot chocolate" mix - a concoction prepared from cocoa, powdered milk and sugar. Tragic really, because real cocoa has real health benefits ... or not.

What is Cocoa?
Cocoa powder is the ground component of cocoa beans after coconut butter has been removed. It is the component that gives chocolate its chocolatey flavour! Cadbury Cocoa Powder is made from 100% cocoa beans.

How Can I Use Cocoa to Get Fat?
Let's face it, not everyone cares about all the wonderful minerals and stimulants in pure cocoa powder, or that it is naturally low in fat. If you just want to use it because you love the flavour of chocolate, you have options.

1. Simple Chocolate Mousse
Stir a tablespoon of cocoa powder and a tablespoon of sugar into thickly whipped cream. Gently mix with some prepared Knox brand gelatin and leave in the fridge until set. Will clog your arteries but tastes great!

2. Chocolate Cake
Bake a big beautiful sponge cake using Greens Sponge Cake Mix (available at Blighty's and online). The instructions are on the packet. Just add a dollop of cocoa powder to the mix and ... voila ... chocolate sponge cake! Oh, and go for a jog afterwards (1 mile per mouthful of cake please).

3. Chocolate Custard
Add 1 tablespoon of sugar to 2 cups of milk and warm in a saucepan. In a small cup or measuring jug add 2 heaped teaspoons of cocoa powder and 2 heaped teaspoons of corn starch and a splash of cold milk; stir until smooth. Stir into the warmed milk and continue to heat the milk until it thickens. Pour over a honking big helping of your chocolate cake and feast your face off.

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