Sugar Free 3 Ingredient Chocolate! (using Household Ingredients)





Introduction: Sugar Free 3 Ingredient Chocolate! (using Household Ingredients)

During the past few years, I have been searching for an easy chocolate recipe that I could make at home. Then a few days ago, when I was watching youtube and I discovered a coconut and chocolate based copycat of one of my favorite ice cream toppings, Hershey's shell. It looked a lot like chocolate and that got me thinking. So I began experimenting using coconut oil and cocoa powder as a base. Now that I have found a great sugar free chocolate bar substitute I thought that I would make it an instructable. If you enjoyed my instructable then please vote for it ( click the button in the right-hand corner to vote!) without further ado, here's how to make 3 ingredient chocolate!

Step 1: Ingredients

1. 2 Tbsps coconut oil (if it is white and hard then you will need to melt it before using)

2. 4 Tsps cocoa powder

3. 1 1/2 Tsp honey


1. A small bowl

2. A small container ( to act as a mold)

3 A spoon

Step 2: Mix Ingredients

Now, in a small bowl mix together your coconut oil, cocoa powder, and honey.

Step 3: Pour Mix

Now pour your chocolate mixture into your "mold".

Step 4: ‚Äčrefrigerate

Now put your mix into the freezer until it hardens (around five minutes.)

Step 5: Enjoy

Now, after your chocolate has cooled, pop it out of the "mold" and enjoy your healthy chocolate! If you enjoyed my instructable then please vote for it (to vote, click the button in the right-hand corner.) But if you did not enjoy my instructable then please leave feedback in the comments section below.



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    After they harden, could you bake/ microwave them?

    I guess if you wanted melted chocolate. Also, if you melt it you can also pour it over ice cream and it will harden, creating a shell.

    This sounds great, can't wait to try it. After they harden in the freezer will they stay chocolate bar consistency as return to room temperature?

    It depends. It will last for a few minutes (long enough to serve and eat) even in really hot weather but if you live in a cooler climate that is under 76 degrees then it will last longer because the oil will not ever really melt.