Homemade chocolate

I have been meaning to post this recipe for a long time and today, here it is. Homemade chocolate that you can mold how ever you like and use any toppings of your liking. Vegan chocolate that is to die for!

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For this homemade chocolate version I made it into a Halloween theme but you can just use any nuts or toppings of your liking and make it as you wish. I thought this would be a healthy, fun and easy thing to make for the kids.

These are really cute and you can make with the kids as well as decorate them together. They will keep in the fridge best, as they will melt above 70 degrees Fahrenheit, I let some of mine sit for a while and they started to become a little bit soft and messy.

I got about 9 chocolate tablets but you can double the batch and get more if you like. Mine lasted not even a day. They were so good. This is what I am going to be making from now on when ever we crave chocolate.


  • If you don’t have chocolate molds you don’t have to buy any if you don’t want to. The chocolate shapes would be prettier with them but you can also pour the chocolate mixture over an aluminum foil lined baking sheet and when the chocolate has solidified you can just cut it with your hands or a knife into chunks. It is that simple!

I hope you like this simple homemade chocolate perfect for Halloween. You still have time to make it so I hope you do. It is super good…


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Homemade chocolate

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 8 servings

Total Time: 10 minutes



  • Pretzels, optional
  • Chia seeds
  • Hemp seeds
  • chocolate covered sunflowers, optional
  • sugared eyes, optional


In a mixing bowl add the chocolate ingredients. With a wire whisk or spatula combine well.

Divide mixture over the chocolate molds and arrange the topping over it. Freeze for 30 minutes and unmold.

Keep leftovers refrigerated.

NOTE: You can use any type of toppings for your chocolate. Anything goes!

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  2. Very interesting. If you have sensitive skin lavender can be pretty irritating, just FYI.
    I need to try this.

  3. Thank you so much for the recipe! I have been using natural deodorants for about 3 years already but have never thought of making it myself. Will need to give it a try!

  4. Does the smell of the coconut oil interfere with the smell of the essential oil? Everything I make with organic Coconut oil and essential oil ends up smelling more like coconut than anything, and because I love the smell of jasmine it’s the jasmine I want to smell here. Thanks!

  5. Thanks for the quick reply! I can’t wait to try this!

  6. I use Tom’s now. I tend to sweat a lot too. Just me. I can’t say Tom’s holds great but much better than other natural ones. I’m almost out of it and will make this one and let you know. I tried natural detergents but they don’t wash clothes well. I do laundry often with baking soda and vinegar. Especially towels that tend to get moldy smell in humid Vancouver.

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  8. It’s funny I just found this post because literally an hour ago I posted my own version of homemade natural deodorant. So glad you found a recipe that works for you. I’ve used essential oils in mine before, but the scents fade away so fast because of the baking soda that I don’t use them anymore. Does your retain the scent?

  9. I can’t wait to try this! Thanks so much for posting!

    I just wanted to know what specific kind of coconut oil & milk to use… I have Nutvia and it says that it’s cold pressed and organic …is that good enough for use on skin? Is any organic type good?
    Also, in your shampoo recipe, you call for coconut milk..which brand/type? The stuff in the can or does it have to be homemade?

    • I use organic coconut oil so any brand that is organic should be fine. Also the coconut milk I use just make sure is full fat and not the light versions. Any brand should be fine too :-) Just make sure there are real ingredients.

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