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Homemade Chocolate

Yields10 Servings
Ingredients
 150 g Cacao Butter
 ½ cup Coconut Oil
 1 cup Cacao Powder
 8 tbsp Rice Malt Syrup or Stevia/Xylitol to taste
 1 pinch Himalayan Rock Salt
Optional
 ½ cup Nuts (pecan, walnuts or almonds) - in fairly small pieces
  Sultanas, goji berries, dried blueberries
 1 tbsp Peppermint Extract, Steenbergs or similar
Directions
1

Add the first five ingredients into a double boiler or bain marie in the order listed above.

2

Melt the ingredients on a medium heat until everything is soft then slowly whisk till smooth making sure there are no lumps and that everything is well mixed together.

3

Pour the chocolate liquid into a freezable container such as a silicon cake baking tray, ice cube tray etc… Sprinkle on any nuts/dried fruit on top of the chocolate when it is in the container to be frozen in. Freeze over night, then break into shards or chunks and keep in the freezer until you want to eat it.

4

The great thing about this recipe is that you can make it as sweet or bitter as you want and can change about the toppings depending on what you have available.

Ingredients

Ingredients
 150 g Cacao Butter
 ½ cup Coconut Oil
 1 cup Cacao Powder
 8 tbsp Rice Malt Syrup or Stevia/Xylitol to taste
 1 pinch Himalayan Rock Salt
Optional
 ½ cup Nuts (pecan, walnuts or almonds) - in fairly small pieces
  Sultanas, goji berries, dried blueberries
 1 tbsp Peppermint Extract, Steenbergs or similar

Directions

Directions
1

Add the first five ingredients into a double boiler or bain marie in the order listed above.

2

Melt the ingredients on a medium heat until everything is soft then slowly whisk till smooth making sure there are no lumps and that everything is well mixed together.

3

Pour the chocolate liquid into a freezable container such as a silicon cake baking tray, ice cube tray etc… Sprinkle on any nuts/dried fruit on top of the chocolate when it is in the container to be frozen in. Freeze over night, then break into shards or chunks and keep in the freezer until you want to eat it.

4

The great thing about this recipe is that you can make it as sweet or bitter as you want and can change about the toppings depending on what you have available.

Homemade Chocolate
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