There aren’t too many folk around that don’t like chocolate. I know there are some, though I am not one of them. I am not addicted to the stuff, but I do enjoy a lovely sweet treat. But nowadays I will only indulge in my own homemade chocolate.. like the one above. I am actually munching on as I type 🙂
Coconut oil, raw cacao powder and raw honey are my base ingredients and I go on from there. There really is no end to the combinations you could use. I am yet to experiment with using essential oils. Having used nuts, different seeds & dried berries, I never get tired of the plain chocolate, just like my moonscape one below.
I like to experiment with my creations, as you may have read in my previous posts. I recently created a very nice chocolate treat with a divine coconut centre. The feedback I have received thus far is pretty good.
One comment being..
‘It’s the best you have made so far, I’ll have more of that, thanks’.
‘Thanks for the chocs, they were awesome!’
I will write more about that one another time, as I feel the need to tweak my recipe a little, but I promise to share it with you.
Another one of my successful chocolate endeavours was this one …
A cranberry, hempseed & coconut sugar indulgence. Very nice!
I keep the chocolate in the fridge, but when it is eaten at room temperature it has a very nice chewy texture, not unlike fudge – just delightful.
I recommend that you give it a go, I’m sure you won’t be disappointed with your own homemade creations.
It really is so simple to make.. it literally only takes minutes. The longest part of putting it all together is waiting for it to go firm.
I have been know to dunk a banana in it, while the chocolate is still warm, Mmmm … so nice, that is another delightful combining of flavours. But you could use any fruit you like.
Go on give it a go 🙂
There really is no comparison!
You may just end up like me, reluctant to buy any other factory made chocolate again! I do have a few ideas locked away in the grey matter, but I think I will leave the telling of those for another time.
Happy choco-lateering! 😀