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Raw Chocolate



40 piece(s)

  • 150 gcoconut butter/coconut oil *
  • 70 graw cacao powder*
  • 30 gagave nectar* or 50 g raw honey
  • Pinch of Himalayan salt
  • (Optional, ½ teaspoon vanilla extract, or ½ teaspoon cinnamon, nuts or dried fruit)
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Place coconut butter/oil in TM bowl and melt for 1-10 mins (as required) at 37 degrees on speed 3.  coconut butter is oil around 25 degrees, so if your coconut is liquid already, skip this step, if solid, you may also need to turn speed up to 5 for a second during melting to get lumps off blades).

    Add cacao and agave nectar / honey and salt and mix for 5 seconds on speed 7. Then stir for 10 – 20 mins at 37 degrees,speed soft until smooth. (The longer you process for the glossier the chocolate)

    Add optional flavourings if using and mix for a 10 seconds on speed soft

    Pour into small silicone moulds or Foil confectionary moulds and let set in fridge.



*all ingredients found in good health-food shops

It helps to decant the chocolate into a small jug ro squeezey bottle to assist with neat pouring into moulds. Give it a swill around from time to time to keep ingredients from separating.

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  • I have made this recipe

    Submitted by Larlie on 21. September 2012 - 10:40.

    I have made this recipe several times now - and it doesn't take me anywhere near 40 mins to make. More like 15-20 including melting the coconut oil, mixing and putting into molds. You can also make your own homemade flavouring or essence to make for example: mint chocolate. This can be done by getting fresh mint leaves and covering in either pure vodka or rum and leaving to ferment for approx 2 months.

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