Step 2: Step 1

Take 220g (2 cups) of coca powder (make sure you take as finer powder you can find, look at the picture) and put them in a bowl. Take 160g (3/4 of a cup) of butter and put them in bowl containing the cocoa powder. Using a spoon grind bigger pieces of cocoa powder. I recommend chopping the butter in smaller pieces for easier processing. Put the contents of the bowl in a blender or a food processor and blend them into a fine paste (check the last picture), if you don't have an access to a blender or a food processor you can use a regular mixer for the job but I will warn you, it will be messy.
<p>Which Flour should we use for making this Chocolate???</p>
Oooo, and no flour.
Oooo, and no flour.
Don't put the water in it. The water you need is for a double boiler not to put in the chocolate.
<p>it's been 4 hrs after I put the chocolate in the freezer and it's still in liquid form</p>
Dont add water and milk just add cocoa powder milk powder and icing sugar mik these incredients with butter (boil butter in double boiler) within one hr yu will get chocolate
<p>I used the conversion that josh.zirpoli provided so thank you for that. </p><p>I poured one batch into a tray of muffin tins and froze that then placed the caramel like failure of a previous fudge making venture on top of the hard chocolate then covered that with a second batch of chocolate and froze. They are absolutely amazing! The less sweet chocolate works well with the super sweet maple caramel thing but I think if I was just going to make chocolate into bars or something I would absolutely use at least a whole cup of sugar. </p>
<p>i want to this recipy without butter</p>
<p>Use coconut oil 1 to 1 replacement</p>
Can you make this without flour??<br>
<p>Seriously liked the above methodology. i made a few chocolates through DIY kit on <a href="http://www.bonbons.in" rel="nofollow"> www.bonbons.in </a> They were amazing.</p><p><a href="https://www.facebook.com/bonbonschocolates" rel="nofollow">https://www.facebook.com/bonbonschocolates</a></p>
<p>why need to put flour inside the mixture?</p>
<p>I went through and calculated this out in to cups by the grams given. The recipe was way off. But here is my conversion. I haven't tried it out yet but hopefully it will be good. </p><p>2/3 cup milk</p><p>Little under 1 cup cocoa powder</p><p>&frac34; cup butter</p><p>2 TBSP flour</p><p>Sugar &frac12; Cup</p>
<p>I used these measurements however I added more sugar to my taste before I put the mixture in the freezer hopefully they turn out if not it taste soooooo good in liquid form :P</p>
<p>Hello everyone :D I made this recipe but I altered it:) for my taste. I went on and used coconut oil , rather then butter this time around. ( Butter was not bad but, coconut oil is better in many chocolate recipes) Then added the 1 tbsp of vanilla extract, doubled the sugar, added 1/4 cup of honey for the sweetness but, that's just me, I never used flour.Ever. Maybe I should use dry milk next time too but Its snowing and didn't feel like going to the store.. LOL. It actually turned out way better when I did it this way :) . I taste my food as I prep and cook anything. When fixing anything its just a habit to taste following recipes are guidelines but don't have to follow them to the T alter add take away is the key. :D</p>
How long does it greeze for
How long does it have to freeze??
<p>Hey. Your article was really informative. I just want to try it right away but only one thing is stopping me. I am little confused with in ingredient &quot;FLOUR&quot;.</p><p>I was wondering what flour it could be Rice, Wheat, Maize ..... </p><p>I'll be eagerly waiting for a reply so that i can start with my first home made chocolate... :) </p>
<p>Usually when people just say flour they mean wheat flour, so unless you are gluten free or like experimenting I would use wheat flour.</p>
<p>I just made this but instead of cooling it then melting it, I poured it right over peanut butter and set it in the fridge! I hope it nummy!</p>
<p>is it good?</p>
<p>are you stupid or what i feel like fucking smacking y across the face </p>
<p>the chocolate is not being frozen after 6 hours !!!!!!!</p>
<p>Find a different recipe, this one is terrible. </p>
<p>To make dark chocolate I reduced the sugar by 1/3 and instead of butter I used ghee (clarified butter). </p><p>You can add coffee to make it flavoured. </p>
<p>Eww it was Horrible</p><p>It had a full can of coco powder in it and it didnt make a paste </p><p>how can someone make something so rotten</p>
<p>I have a much easier recipe will post an instructable soon</p>
<p>Which Flour to use??</p>
<p>Your conversion from metric to American is wrong! Or something is wrong! Two cups of cocoa powder makes it horrible and not edible. It requires a whole can of cocoa. 2 tablespoons would make it edible and plenty chocolaty. </p>
<p>disgusting! im tring to make a cake out of it so far no good</p>
<p>can xantan gum be used in place of the flour</p>
<p>it turned out great and I used it for cookies</p>
<p>can we melt butter and add cocoa powder?</p>
It was disgusting I was really disappointed
I tried this and first of all the butter and cocoa did nOT make a paste. And when it was done it was disgusting. O_O
Dosen't mixing butter with cocoa make cocoa butter? If you're using real butter and not fake stuff?
<p>Cocoa Butter is a butter made from cacao oil - oils extracted from the cacao bean - it's a plant butter, basically. What other commenters are saying is that cocoa butter solidifies firmer than dairy butter (or other oils/fats), therefore chocolate made with cocoa butter is harder and slower to melt than if it were made with dairy butter.</p>
Made this version last week substituting baby milk formula for flour and using dark cooking cocoa (I was looking for toddler friendly treats) Just used a centimetre square piece straight from the freezer to make the best hot chocolate I've ever tasted ! 1 cup hot milk + 1 square chocolate. Thanks for the recipe, it's my new favourite!
Just put them in the freezer! Can't wait!
http://www.wikihow.com/Make-Chocolate-With-Cocoa-Powder <br>try this recipe, it is the same but with no water <br>it will not be runny like so many people that have posted here
answer to earlier post by sbassa: <br>i did visit the wikihow and, suprisingly,... it does use water! <br>
Do you need to use a double boiler?
does it matter if I use evaporated milk?
I tried this recipe.It tastes good but it is not becoming hard.Thanks in advance.Please help.
i dont have a food processor/blender, and i dont want to make much of a mess, so I am doing this step by hand.<br><br>be warned, this will tire you out VERY FAST if the butter is not soft and/or in small pieces!

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