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Homemade raw heart chocolates

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Here we go, a recipe for homemade heart shaped chocolates just in time for Valentine´s Day! I’m single (whatever, who needs men when you have chocolate;)) so I will be sharing these with my girlfriends, but if you’re spending Valentines with a special someone this could be a good idea for a homemade treat.

Ingredients:
For the chocolate
100 g. raw cacao butter
7 tblsp. raw cacao powder
1 tblsp. coconut oil
A little sea salt – optional
Sweetener of choice, agave, honey, coconut sugar etc.

Ideas for the filling – optional :
Hazelnuts
Almonds
Goji berries
Dates
Chia seeds
Shredded coconut

Directions:
  1. First of remember that all utensils must be dry or the chocolate will separate.
  2. On very low heat, place the cacao butter and coconut oil in a bowl over a pan of hot water and melt slowly.
  3. Once melted, add raw cacao powder (the chocolate should be runny and easy to pour, so add the cacao slowly to make sure it doesn’t get too thick) and sea salt and mix well – I’ve found that using a metal whisk gives the best result.
  4. Add the sweetener of choice, taste, and add more if you prefer a sweeter taste.
  5. When the mixture suits your taste, add your fillings of choice into the silicone mould (can be left out) and pour the chocolate into the mould using a spoon and place in the fridge or freezer for 1 hour or so.
  6. Enjoy!

Store the chocolate in the fridge; it will melt a bit if you store it at room temperature 

 

   

5 Comments

  • Looks soooo good! I love raw chocolate even more than the regular kind! Plus, anything with dates is automatically delicious :)

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  • Hej Signe, where are you able to find cacao butter and coconut oil in Copenhagen? I am rather new to the city and haven’t figured it out yet :)

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    • Hi Chiara, I bought the coconut butter in a store called Helsemin on Vesterbrogade 6, it’s close to the central station. The coconut oil is something you should be able to find in Helsemin as well, but also in most Supermarkets – I know they have it in Føtex and Irma and sometimes in Netto as well. Hope that helps :)

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