We don’t have to tell you about the frustration of getting the leftover dregs out of a nearly-empty jar—the peanut butter that hangs to the walls, the Nutella that clings to the bottom ridges.
It’s even inspired inventions: an angled spoon that fits perfectly into peanut butter jar ridges, a double-sided jar. But for all the custom spoons and specially-made jars, there will always, always be a little bit you can’t quite reach.
…we began to think about other ways to use the same technique—of adding a food into the jar—to make the most our dregs. Our favorite solution? Peanut butter hot chocolate.
With January comes the excitement of a new year, resolutions, layers, and the inevitable moment the temperature reads, “Feels like -4° F.” For those freezing mornings and cozy winter nights, there’s warming, filling, silky, chocolate-y hot chocolate to make us feel better and help us thaw out.
You can try milk (or milk substitute), straight cacao powder, two course salt granules, two drops of vanilla extract, and a little bit of honey. Before discovering cacao powder (again, not crappy Hershey cocoa powder), I was melting 85% dark chocolate…