Chocolate Yummies – Childhood Versions of My Favorite Chocolate Candies
Using the easy, simple chocolate recipe, spoon chocolate into small paper cups and then add raisins, pecans, walnuts, almonds, goji berries, coconut, cacao nibs, or Buck Crunchies (dehydrated soaked and sprouted buckwheat groats). Layer in chocolate, peanut butter, and chocolate … and you’ve got yourself a healthy chocolate peanut butter cup.
Or whatever you prefer to make versions of:
- Chocolate Covered Raisins (add organic raisins after chocolate is spooned into mold)
- Nestle’s Crunch Bar (using Buck Crunchies – add after chocolate is spooned into mold)
- Coconut Almond Joy (using unsweetened shredded coconut – add after chocolate is spooned into mold)
- Chocolate Covered Nuts (use raw nut of choice -add after chocolate is spooned into mold)
- Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups (Spoon a little chocolate into mold, add peanut butter and another layer of chocolate)
You can use silicon trays and make gourmet looking chocolates, or you can use small paper cups, as pictured below, and though they don’t look the prettiest, they taste sensational.
Click Here: Basic Cacao Chocolate Recipe – easy, simple and quick!
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