If you've never used cacao nibs before, you might just find yourself throwing them into everything from now on -- I eat them on ice cream, in baked goods, and even occasionally tossed into salads. Nibs are just crushed up bits of roasted and fermented cacao beans, or in other words, chocolate that hasn't been ground and mixed with sugar yet. They have an intense chocolate flavor without any of the sweetness. You'll likely find them in the health food section of a good grocery store (I've seen them at Whole Foods, Wegmans, New Seasons, and Fred Meyer), because they're so popular for smoothies and acai bowls. NBD, they're also jam packed with with fiber, nutrients, and antioxidants, some of which are going to end up in your glass. Score!