Home Made Chocolate Bar

by Dave
(Palmer, Mass. U.S.A)


If i want to make my own choclate bars at home, what will i need to do, the way i do it now is to use store bought chips, melt them down, add cacao powder and canola oil crushed walnuts and cayane pepper, spread it out on wax paper on a cutting board and freeze it, i like it, but there must be a way to do it better.


Hi Dave,

Sounds like you have a pretty good system if you like the results. I use raw organic cacao and other organic items. I've spent a couple of years perfecting this recipe and I actually eat it every day.

It's interesting how wholesome raw cacao in small amounts eaten with other foods can make a light meal or snack. I use the Spirulina Crunchies recipe and the Chocolate Delight recipe to make a light meal. Great for weight watchers since this recipe curbs the appetite as well as provides a well balanced feeling with energy enough to put in a few hours of work.

I can make my chocolate in about 30 minutes and my spirulina in about 10 minutes. You can make enough to last a few days so it really does save time for easy to prepare home snacks or light meals. I sometimes add a protein drink.

Chocolate Delight

Spirulina Crunchies

I've heard of putting cayenne pepper into chocolate like you've done, but never tried it.

I don't think I can improve on your recipe any if you want to save time. When I first started making my chocolate, it was taking me an hour but I've found ways to get it done in about 30 minutes.

Thanks for sharing what you do to make your chocolate bars.



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