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Very Easy To Make Hazelnut And Cocoa Milk

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This cocoa hazelnut milk is perfect for kids; they love it! It is much healthier than traditional cocoa powder drinks that tend to have many sugar and refined flours and little cocoa

With the remains of the pulp that remains when making this milk, you can prepare some very rich and easy-to-make truffles or balls (it will be the following recipe we publish on the blog).

To sweeten the milk, I usually use dates, but you can also use date syrup or any other natural sweetener; there are many different options to choose from. 

You can also try unsweetened milk, although it seems to me that you have to add something to make it sweeter because cocoa is bitter.

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I have used unsweetened cocoa powder; although you can also use carob, it is vibrant and healthier. I was waiting for the pot of cocoa I had at home to use up, and I finally got it to use carob powder from now on. 

I have never cooked with it, but I have tried sweets made by other people, and the truth is that I could not tell the difference. 

I recommend that you add the cocoa little by little because you may like it with more or less quantity than I do. If you go too far with cocoa, add more water or more dates for a less intense flavour.

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If you don't like hazelnuts, you can use any other vegetable milk (we have many published on the blog) and add cocoa, try it and if it is not sweet enough, add more sweetener. 

I love the combination of cocoa + hazelnuts, I think it is the best-dried fruit with chocolate, but it is also vibrant with any other. 

If you like this combination, you should try our cocoa and hazelnut cream; it is delicious and a thousand times healthier than the typical creams sold in supermarkets.

Also Read: Healthy And Delicious Chocolate Milkshake (Sugar-Free)

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To make vegetable milk, I always use my Chufamix; it has been a real discovery (you can see how it is used in our cashew milk recipe); it is a handy tool to make this type of drinks. However, you can do it without problems with a blender and a fine strainer, a gauze or a napkin. 

I also use the Vitamix to beat it because it produces much less pulp than with other less powerful mixers, although you can use whatever you have.

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This hazelnut and cocoa milk is prepared in 10 minutes and lasts about 3 or 4 days in the fridge. I know that it is more convenient to buy ready-made shakes or cocoa milk, but it is worth losing a few minutes and making a much healthier meal. 

If you can't, at least avoid cow's milk (or any other animal's milk) and drinks full of sugars and additives. We only have one body, and we have to take care of it; it is worth investing our time and money. Also, this drink is straightforward, fast and cheap.

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Hazelnut And Cocoa Milk

Hazelnut and cocoa milk | danceofstoves.com #DanceofStoves
Children and adults love hazelnut and cocoa milk. It is effortless to make, and you only need four ingredients. You're going to love it!

  • Author: Dance of Stoves
  • Preparation: 10 mins
  • Total: 10 minutes
  • Servings: 3 1/2 cups (875 milliliters) (1x), 7 cups (875 milliliters) (2x), 10 1/2 cups (875 milliliters) (3x)

Ingredients SCALE (1x)

  • 3 cups of water (750 millilitres)
  • 1 cup of raw and unsalted hazelnuts (150 grams)
  • Four dates
  • Two tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder or carob powder

Ingredients SCALE (2x)

  • 6 cups of water (1500 millilitres)
  • 2 cup of raw and unsalted hazelnuts (300 grams)
  • Eight dates
  • Four tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder or carob powder

Ingredients SCALE (3x)

  • 9 cups of water (2250 millilitres)
  • 3 cup of raw and unsalted hazelnuts (450 grams)
  • 12 dates
  • Six tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder or carob powder


  1. The night before, soak the hazelnuts in a bowl of water. This step is optional, although if you can, I recommend that you do it.
  2. The next day strains the hazelnuts and washes them with a bit of water.
  3. In a food processor or blender, add the hazelnuts and water and beat for 1 or 2 minutes.
  4. Strain the hazelnut milk with cheesecloth, cloth or an excellent strainer to separate the liquid from the almond remains.
  5. Pour the milk into a blender with the cocoa and dates and beat again.
  6. Store the milk in an airtight container or glass bottle in the fridge for 3-4 days.

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