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You can let chocolate mint leaves and stems soak in a bottle of almond or coconut oil to make your own mint infused oil. You can then use it as a massage oil (mint will cause slight tingles and warmness, be advised) or even add it to dessert recipes or a type of fruit salad.How do you make sweet chocolate mint tea?
Sweet Chocolate Mint Tea Add chopped chocolate mint to a tea strainer. Add the tea strainer to a half-gallon jug, along with 2 Luzianne family-sized tea bags. Pour boiling water over the tea. Steep for 20 minutes. Remove tea bags and strainer. Sweeten with your choice of 4 dropper-fulls of liquid chocolate Stevia or 1/2 cup sugar.Is it easy to grow a chocolate mint plant?
Chocolate mint is an easy to grow perennial that once you plant it, you will find yourself with an abundance of it. It smells just like the name suggests, like minty chocolate, and smells good enough to eat! If you grow chocolate mint or are considering it, take a look at these 7 creative uses for chocolate mint that you must try!Can you add cacao nibs to chocolate mint extract?
Add 1 tablespoon of cacao nibs per cup jar for chocolate mint extract, if you are using peppermint leaves, or if you’d like to add a little more chocolate flavor to your chocolate mint. Fill jar with vodka to cover the mint leaves.