Homemade chocolate - Primal, Paleo, Kid Friendly and Clean Eating
If you are like us, you try to avoid mass-produced processed foods, sweets are one of the worst processed foods I’ve found so far. Next time you fancy an interesting read have a look at the ingredients on a chocolate bar or a packet of jellies.
A nice way to make sure you minimise the amount of chemicals in your diet is to stop eating the processed foods; thankfully, I’m realistic and know how hard that can be. Making your own chocolate and jellies is the next best thing if you ask me, by making your own you know exactly what is in it and because the homemade version is richer, you end up eating a lot less.
This chocolate is great to keep in the fridge for when you feel the need for something sweet.
1cup coconut oil
1cup cacao powder
Put the oil in a bowl and add the honey, melt the two in a microwave for about 2 minutes, don’t do more than 30 seconds at a time, the oil and honey should both be runny.
Mix the cacao and honey mixture together whisking until it is smooth.
Lightly grease chocolate moulds with some coconut oil.
Pour the chocolate into the moulds then put them into the fridge to set; it should take about 4 hours for them to set completely.
Remove the chocolates from the moulds and store them in the fridge.
If you don’t have moulds you can cover a baking tray in some glad wrap, lightly oil it and use that as your chocolate mould. Just remember to break it into pieces before you try to eat it.
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