Homemade chocolate recipe with step-wise pictures and video recipe. Homemade chocolate is a rich, delicious kids friendly recipe that can be made easily at home with minimal ingredients. The homemade milk chocolate is healthier than store bought chocolates and can be prepared as bars, blocks or chocolate chips as per your choice. I have prepared milk chocolate with cocoa powder, milk powder and coconut oil as main ingredients. Shravanthi loves to eat dairy milk so I tried this milk chocolate at home and surprised with the outcome. I have added icing sugar that I wanted to finish, you can add powdered sugar instead of icing sugar.
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Total time required : 2 hours 15 minutes
No. Of serving : 15 medium size chocolates
- Coconut oil – 1 and 1/2 cups
- Powdered sugar / icing sugar – 2 cups
- Milk powder – 2/3 cup
- Cocoa powder – 1 cup
- Vanilla essence – 1 tbsp
- Semi sweet chocolate – 3 bars (optional)
- Raisins – as required
1. Let’s start with melting coconut oil which is done in double boiler method. Heat a pan with water.
2. Place a wide, large glass bowl on top of pan without touching water. Add coconut oil to it and melt it in medium flame.
3. Once it is completely melted, add powered sugar, cocoa powder, vanilla essence and milk powder to the oil.
4. Whisk everything well until combined into smooth and silky mixture. Add semi sweet chocolate bars and mix until it melts. Switch off the flame.
5. Take a silicone mould or ice tray, pour the prepared mixture into the mould. Add raisins and refrigerate for 2 hours or until set.
6. Once it becomes firm, demould the chocolates. Wrap it in wrapper or silver foil and store it refrigerated.
7. Enjoy this homemade chocolates. You can also gift them to your friends for any occasions.
For making dark chocolates, skip adding milk powder.