Five-minute Natural Chocolate Candies: Recipe


"Valentine's Day is in TWO  days?! What?!" I feel like I've been living under a rock or something, but I somehow totally missed it. So today I had to create at least something love-related to prepare for Friday. Nothing screams V-Day more than chocolate, hearts and... homemade gifts. So here it is: my 5-minute all-natural chocolate candies that can make a perfect last-minute gift for our loved-ones♥♥♥

WHAT I USED:

  • 6.5 oz raw organic cacao (cocoa) butter
  • 3/4 cup powdered sugar
  • 3/4 cup cocoa powder
  • 2 tbsp instant coffee (optional) - VIA from Starbucks is definitely the best
  • 1/3 cup powdered milk (optional - I wasn't using it, since I was making a vegan dark chocolate version
  • some vanilla powder
  • heart molds (or any other candy molds)



WHAT I DID:

I first melted the cacao butter in a double boiler. Then mixed all the dry ingredients together, added my melted cacao butter to the mixture, stirred very well and poured the chocolate into the molds.
 And that's IT - I told you it was going to take ONLY five minutes!!! After that I put the mold into the fridge to let the chocolate harden (for about one-two hours).

Let's make EVERY Day a Love Day!;-)♥♥♥


  About me:

California girl who came to the US from a small town in Russia all by herself and now making her EVERY single dream come TRUE!

 

24 comments:

  1. Романтический вечер очень удачно закончить таким десертом

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    1. Ха-ха, правда я не выдержу и начну с него;-)

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  2. Ммм... Как вкусно!!!! Спасибо за рецепт!

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    1. Спасибо, Наташ:-) И просто;-)

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  3. Maria, these sound and look delicious! Thanks for sharing :) I'll have to try them.

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    1. Thank you, Anna! They're pretty easy to make;-)

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  4. Спасибо за рецептик))))

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    1. Не за что, красавица♥♥♥ С годовщиной нашего видео, Леночка!!!!

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    1. Sweet post for a sweet holiday;-))) Thank you, Rajiv!

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  6. Awesome chocolate recipe! I love that it's so natural and easy to follow. Thank you so much for sharing this cool recipe, Maria! Happy Valentine's Day! :)

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    1. Oh, thank you, Terri, you're so sweet;-))) Happy Valentine's Day!♥♥♥

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  7. It seems like it was January yesterday and we are almost half through February. Happy belated Valentine's day to you! I love dark chocolate the most and that looks yummy!

    xx
    Rin

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    1. Oh, Happy Valentine's, Rin!!♡♡♡ Dark chocolate is very healthy too, so please enjoy;-)

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  8. Машенька! Я безумно рада навещать Тебя здесь!!!!!!!!!

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    1. Galina, spasibo vam ogromneyshee!♡ Jalko chto v poslednee vremya net vremeni na blog. No nichego, skoro naverstayu ypyshennoe;-)

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  9. That looks amazing! You can't even tell it's home made

    Would appreciate if you checked out my blog
    notanobession.blogspot.com

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  10. These look delicious - that is such a cute mold as well!

    Lou x
    Bluebird | Beauty and life blog

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  12. wow! that`s cute! I`ll make it!
    mary2be.blogspot.com

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  13. thanks, all store bought chocolates seem to have "traces of milk" so I've been looking for ways to make my own. SAVE!!!!

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  14. Hi Maria,
    it is realy sweet chocolate? Or it is dark chocolate? I prefer sweet..... so I am afraid ...:-)

    Bye, Petra

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