4 Alternatives to Chocolate in Biscuits

How big of a sweet tooth person are you? Can you only eat cakes and cookies packed with chocolate, or do you not mind eating biscuits with fruit from time to time?

No matter what type of person you might be, you will go for the nearest candy when you need that sugar to kick in. These options are usually not the healthiest ones, especially if you have missed a regular meal or two…

Eating sugar on an empty stomach will give you sugar spikes and keep you running for some time, while a proper and balanced diet will keep you moving smoothly. You are a huge fan of chocolate and biscuits, but you would love to make chocolate healthier? If so, you should think about the alternatives to chocolate in biscuits.

Cranberries Come First

Cranberries are a nice addition to your diet. You can use them in every meal, even hot ones.

Dried cranberries are also great to use when you want to eat something fast. which is why they are often used as an alternative to chocolate in biscuits – if it sounds too unusual as you have never tried it before do not judge before you try – you will be surprised on how much this fruit can replace chocolate in your biscuits.

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If you’re not fond of fruits, you can also use unsweetened cranberry juice in your recipe so you’ll have the sweet taste of the fruit without the texture of it.

Cocoa Powder

Ok, you have probably heard about this one before, but there is no harm in getting a fresh reminder. Cocoa powder is often used to provide that chocolate flavor differently.

Use a tablespoon of this powder and a tablespoon of sugar and butter to feel a chocolate-like experience. Bear in mind that the texture may be a bit different, but the taste will be spectacular.

Peanut Butter

Peanut butter is commonly used to substitute chocolate or another heavy flavor. Not only that peanut butter is great to add richness to biscuits’ texture but will provide a fresher taste. Be careful with how much you put in because peanut butter is sweet and ‘heavy’ enough and you do not want to fall asleep after eating delicious biscuits.

Replace Chocolate Chips with Cacao Nibs

Rose cacao nibs are a great substitution for chocolate chips. They will differ from regular chocolate taste a bit, but you will love their texture. Plus, coca nimbs come with the famous chocolate smell that everyone loves.

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Take a look at these extra ingredients to think to use as an alternative to chocolate in biscuits:

  • Caramel chips
  • Butterscotch chips
  • White chocolate
  • Carob chips
  • Unsweetened chocolate

Try these substitutes for chocolate to rediscover the taste of your favourite biscuits. Bon Appétit!

Amanda is the proud owner and head cook of her very own restaurant. She loves nothing more than experimenting with new recipes in the kitchen, and her food is always a big hit with customers. Amanda takes great pride in her work, and she always puts her heart into everything she does. She's a hard-working woman who has made it on her own, and she's an inspiration to all who know her.