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Chocolate is yummy, we all know that but how do you make this sweet treat from scratch? Without investing in some heavy duty and expensive equipment its not possible,however if we let someone else process the beans for us and use a few simple tricks, DIY chocolate is within your grasp!

Step 1: Supplies.

You will need: 3/4 cup of unsweetened cocoa powder (ground cocoa beans), 1/2 cup powdered sugar (or more if you like sweeter chocolate), healthy balance butter spread, Copha, or if you can get it cocoa butter use that, and you will also need some unsweetened baking chocolate.If you like you can also add rice krispies for a crunchy chocolate.
SOWMYAAS3 years ago
can we use unsalted butter or condensed milk as fat this wont spoil right ?
what is used for dark chocolates?
skicero5 years ago
Beautiful. This is Wrong reciepe. It burns rrwq .( Reverse Return Ware Quotient)
u might have burned your chocolate because of direct heating . to melt the chocolate or to heat it use double boiler technique where u keep a pot of water and boil and then place the chocolate pan on it steam created will heat/ melt ( whatever u require) your chocolate. chocolates are very sensitive to direct heat .hope this helps:)
amit184 years ago
can i add glycerin in chocolate to thicken it
jill204 years ago
Thanks for posting a recipe that doesn't start from cocoa beans. This is perfect for s kids chocolate class
schatze784 years ago
So if you have cocoa butter, you don't need the baking chocolate? Even the health store in the one horse town I live has organic food grade cocoa butter.

The supply list isn't very clear, and the explanation in comments isn't clear either. It seems you need both both Copha or cocoa butter as well as pre-made baking chocolate since you have, "and you will also need..."
i had thought this would be like making chocolate from nibs or beans only other wise its nice
 this isnt really making  chocoilate if youre using chocolate in the first place...
if you are tiring to make chocolate you would not have it in the first place... 
Fylling6 years ago
And milk if you want it whiter?:)
 Milk chocolate is made with sweetened condensed milk.
thepbyguy5 years ago
What Type Of Flour Do You Use ???
I am Australian. I therefore can get copha from any supermarket. How do I change this recipe to suit?
Plasmana6 years ago
I don't get it... You use chocolate to make another kind of chocolate?
pulsed (author)  Plasmana6 years ago
I explained it already in my comment below.
Plasmana pulsed6 years ago
Ahh, I see, sorry...
i beta bb
Kaiven Plasmana6 years ago
Hehehe.... I got there before you did!
hehe iii got there last hehe
Plasmana Kaiven6 years ago
Hehe, yeah...
wolfy_90056 years ago
Did you do it over a double boiler so the chocolate doesnt burn?(maybe a triple boiler, but the temp might be too low)
wtf is a double boiler? xx------xx
pulsed (author)  wolfy_90056 years ago
I did not use a double boiler but it would be a good idea.
Kaiven pulsed6 years ago
What about a microwave? Low temp might work?
microwave could work, but it will burn it much faster if you get lazy. Maybe set it to low wattage and stir every 30seconds. Good thing about a double boiler, is as soon as the water is boiling, you add the chocolate to the top part, and turn the heat off. The remaining heat will melt the chocolate. Much safer if you have kids around(if you forget about it it doesnt matter so much). Alternatively(preferred) use a stainless steel bowl over a saucepan, just dont burn yourself.
Molmic6 years ago
Well, i tried this and there was not much flavour, but it set nicely.
iMac6 years ago
WOW! All you need to make chocolate is chocolate, sugar, butter, and chocolate! Im going to save so much money with this secret!
Kaiven6 years ago
so, you need chocolate to make chocolate? correct me if I am wrong lol...
pulsed (author)  Kaiven6 years ago
Yes you do but just for the cocoa butter that is in it. If you have cocoa butter (unlikely) or copha (only if you are an aussie) than you wont need the chocolate.But the amount of chocolate that you get out is much more than the amount you put in,in fact you could probably use less chocolate and still have a good hard product.
Kaiven pulsed6 years ago
ok, thanks for the info! I'll try this one... day...