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DAGOBA CHOCODROPS Premium Chocolate Drops (8.0-Ounce Package)
- Use premium organic DAGOBA Chocodrops to take your baked goods to the next level
- 74% cacao
- Perfect for dipping fruit
- A kosher and gluten free candy
- Includes a bag of DAGOBA Chocodrops Premium Dark Chocolate Drops (8-Ounce Bag)
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Dagoba Chocodrops Premium Chocolate Drops (8-Ounce Package)
Take your culinary experience to new heights with the pure chocolate perfection of Dagoba Chocodrops Premium Chocolates. These organic baking drops, made from sustainably sourced cacao beans, are perfect for cookies, cakes, dipping fruit, glazing tortes, and even snacking.
A Chip Off the Old Block
Use these organic, kosher, gluten-free chocolate candies instead of traditional chocolate chips in your favorite cookie recipes.
Take a Chocolaty Dip
Melt Dagoba Chocodrops Premium Chocolates and dip fruit into it for a satisfying dessert.
Cool Off with a Pure and Exotic Snack
Freeze a small bag of Dagoba Chocodrops Premium Chocolates for a sweet snack!
About Dagoba Organic Chocolate
Inspired by chocolate’s rich history, Frederick Schilling founded Dagoba Chocolate LLC in 2001. He began making organic chocolate, doing so in ways that honored a legacy dating back to ancient Aztec and Mayan traditions. As the popularity of Dagoba Chocolate grew, so did the company’s passion to craft deeply satisfying chocolate in a socially responsible way. As part of that commitment, Dagoba Chocolate teamed up with the Rainforest Alliance in 2012 to promote environmental conservation and the well-being of farmers and their families. Today, Dagoba Chocolate continues to partner with and empower cacao growers and their communities. At its factory in Oregon, Dagoba Chocolate honors the earth by reducing energy consumption, using recyclable packaging, and minimizing waste from farm to consumer.
Easy and Elegant Almond Fudge Recipe
Easy and Elegant Almond Fudge Recipe
Preheat the oven to 350°F. Line an 8-inch square baking pan with 2 sheets of plastic wrap, one going in each direction, leaving an overhang of several inches on all sides. Smooth out any wrinkles. Shake the almonds in a coarse strainer over a bowl and discard any tiny particles. Toast the almonds on a baking sheet for about 12 minutes, or until golden brown and fragrant. Transfer to a plate and let cool. Melt the chocolate with the sweetened condensed milk over medium-low heat in a medium heavy saucepan, whisking constantly until smooth. Whisk the almonds, vanilla, and salt into the chocolate mixture to combine well. Transfer to the prepared pan and spread evenly with a rubber spatula, paying attention to the corners. Let cool to room temperature. Cover with another sheet of plastic wrap and refrigerate for about 3 hours, or until thoroughly chilled and firm, for up to 1 week. Remove the fudge from the pan by lifting the plastic wrap. Invert onto a cutting board and discard the plastic wrap. Cut the fudge into 8 strips and then cut each strip into 8 pieces. The fudge may be stored in an airtight container for up to 1 month. Serve at room temperature.
- 1 cup blanched whole almonds, coarsely chopped
- 1 pound Dagoba Chocodrops Premium Chocolate Drops
- 1 can sweetened condensed milk (14 ounces)
- 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
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Top Customer Reviews
It's a great product that is well handled in the shipping process.
I have now tried Green and Black Organic chocolate bars, both the 70% and the 85%. And while they are both great chocolate, for some reason they don't give me the same smooth chocolate ice cream that the Dagoba chocolate drops do. Much of the chocolate hardens when mixing it, so it almost turns out like chocolate chip. If you are making chocolate ice cream, I'd use the Dagoba chocolate (when you can get it).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've ordered these twice in the past two weeks. After searching for organic chocolate chips, I happened upon these. Read morePublished 15 days ago by piano teacher
It taste delicious and I always look for chocolate 72% or higher. My first order came discolored and I decided to send it back when I requested the return they sent me a new one... Read morePublished 21 days ago by sweetpea
We were not fond of these. They had a distinctive aftertaste and completely threw off the taste of the recipe I used them in. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Amazon Customer
I was so relieved that these were packed in a cooling material. we live in FL and this never would have made it without the special packaging. Thank you. Read morePublished 28 days ago by shell
These chocolate chips are a delight! I like to put them in the freezer and serve with some low fat ice cream! They are tremendously yummy on their own too! I highly recommend.Published 28 days ago by Rflaks
Just eat these right out of the bag or use them for making cookies. Either way deliciousPublished 1 month ago by M. Jane Mitchell