Easy to Make Home Made Chocolate

Who doesn’t love chocolate? When you get tired of the kind you can buy in the stores, try to make some of these easy homemade chocolates
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Who doesn’t love chocolate? When you get tired of the kind you can buy in the stores, try to make some of these easy homemade chocolates.

Dark Chocolate is Healthy

We’ve all heard the good news: eating dark chocolate daily is good for your heart, boosts brain power, and may even help you combat sleep deprivation. Yes, dark chocolate has compounds that offer health benefits and can be enjoyed without guilt, even on a daily basis. But the portion size matters.

Impress a date, your family, the office or the love of your life with these delicious homemade chocolates. Use this recipe as a base, and go from there. Experiment and add some fruits, nuts or more chocolate to make it more exciting.

Using Stevia for Sweetness

These homemade healthy chocolate bars are super quick and easy to make. They’re vegan, paleo and are sugar free. The secret is to use liquid stevia (you can get it at most good health shops and online). Stevia is natural, made from plant extract so it contains none of the harmful chemicals found in other sweeteners on the market. It also won’t affect your blood sugar levels or raise insulin levels.

If you can’t or don’t like stevia, you can substitute it with another sweetener of your choice, like honey or maple syrup.

Essential Oils

What flavour do you prefer, mint, orange? You don’t need to add a lot, just add a few drops of the essential oil of your choice, and taste your mixture to determine if you need to add more.

Choose your Moulds

Depending on the chocolate and the occasion Household Plastic has a wide variety of silicon chocolate moulds, from chunky bars to petite flowers.

Coconut Oil

The type of coconut oil you use, for example, greatly changes the flavor of your chocolate.

Ingredients for Healthy Homemade Chocolate

½ cup coconut oil

½ cup cocoa powder

Liquid stevia to taste

Essential Oils to taste

Pinch of salt


If your coconut oil is in a solid state, melt it over low heat until liquid. Then stir in cocoa powder until well blended.

Add stevia liquid or other sweetener of choice

You can optionally add in several drops of an essential oil like mint essential oil or orange essential oil for added flavour.

Pour the mixture into silicone chocolate moulds and refrigerate until solid.

Remove the chocolates from the moulds and store in the refrigerator until eating.

Chocolate Tips:

  • Store in a container the fridge or freezer.
  • Try adding crushed nuts, shredded coconut, frozen blueberries or lemon oil for a different flavour.

Homemade Chocolate Recipe

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