Cocoa nibs are the very essence of chocolate. They’re shelled, roasted cocoa beans that have been ground into little bits. You can use them in baking where you’d use nuts, to add a bit of cocoa-intense crunchiness. They’re particularly wonderful in brownies.

In this recipe they’re used in a salad

They’re a fabulous addition to banana bread, says Brandon Nelson.

The Chocolate Factory carries nibs, as does Scharffen Berger.

They’ve been spotted at Williams-Sonoma, too.

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