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.

Important:

  • 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…

Enjoy!

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Homemade chocolate

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 8 servings

Total Time: 10 minutes

Ingredients:

Toppings

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

Directions:

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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20 comments

  1. Looks amazing. Happy Mother’s Day. Love strawberries, couldn’t agree more on buying organic strawberries. Gorgeous pie colors.

  2. What kind or brand of stevia are you using in this recipe?

  3. Love new look of the website. Its really Great!

  4. Love Strawberries! What a wonderful summery dessert Im sure its delicious as well Miryam! Thanks for sharing this :)

  5. I love your outlook on eating healthy foods…good for you girl!! Gonna make this pie, sounds and looks so good. Thank you!! :)

  6. I think the agar needs to be boiled to dissolve properly. Otherwise is will not jell. That maybe why you are having problems and having to put it in the freezer. It should jell very firmly. It will jell at room temp.

  7. About the agar being boiled: You don’t need to boil it for too long. It just needs to come to a boil and for everything to be completely dissolved. I live in Japan and I learned that from a Japanese cooking show where the teacher mentioned that to get the agar to work correctly, it has to boil. Your strawberry pie is very similar to one that my mother used to make called 1-2-3 strawberry pie. But my mother used gelatin. I can tell you from the look of your pie that must be very delicious!!!

  8. Gelatin creeps me out. I’m happy to see that you didn’t use it. This pie looks so good! I love strawberry everything.

    And they didn’t make you a dessert?! Noo! Bad, bad boys + little girl. ;)

  9. Never tried to use agar powder, I might try instead of gelatin.

  10. Oh my, this looks incredible! I love pies like these. And I completely agree with you, strawberries are an important one to buy organic. I started only buying local strawberries because even though they aren’t organic they very rarely spray and don’t use the awful sprays that big producers use, so that’s an option too, since(at least here) organic strawberries are crazy pricy.

  11. I’m wondering if this would do well in the freezer for a couple of days, and only take it out shortly before serving? I need to make a dessert a few days ahead of time and need something that is freezable, and I can just pull out shortly before freezing.

  12. I’m wondering if this would do well in the freezer for a couple of days, and only take it out shortly before serving? I need to make a dessert a few days ahead of time and need something that is freezable, and I can just pull out shortly before serving.

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