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Lidl Belbake cocoa powder 250g - £1.29 instore
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Posted 31st Aug 2018

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Found this stuff to be very dark. The Asda/Tesco own brands (with fat-reduced cocoa) are much lighter.
gidsterc4 m ago

Found this stuff to be very dark. The Asda/Tesco own brands (with …Found this stuff to be very dark. The Asda/Tesco own brands (with fat-reduced cocoa) are much lighter.


ASDA is £1.36. Fat reduced takes out the Nice cocoa butter !
Dark is better !
cjabingham19 m ago

Dark is better !


Each to their own. I can't take dairy, so all I get is 'dark' choc stuff all the time. A little lighter for me is better.
It's good stuff. Works well in brownies and chocolate cakes etc.
Been the same price in Aldi for a while now if you shop there instead
This is alkalized.

All cocoa powder is dark. If you mean the colour, dutch processed cocoa like this will be darker and taste milder - alakalizing it removes some of the acidity and bitterness.

Much better to get non alkalized raw organic cocoa powder, such as Sevenhills from Amazon etc.

Otherwise for something cheaper and more mainstream, Green & Black's cocoa powder is at least organic, and comes in a nicer container.
Edited by: "Shinoke" 1st Sep 2018
gidsterc31st Aug

Found this stuff to be very dark. The Asda/Tesco own brands (with …Found this stuff to be very dark. The Asda/Tesco own brands (with fat-reduced cocoa) are much lighter.


Once you try black there's no going back ! Ladies please!
What's the point of paying extra for organic when you are exposed to air pollution daily.
ASDA's is £1.29 same price I have owned both and found Lidls darker and better taste for making cakes.


I always add a bit of instant coffee diluted in hot water to my chocolate cake. Just a tip.
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