This homemade vegan chocolate recipe is really simple, with only 3 ingredients, and really delicious. It’s perfect for those times when you just can’t kick a chocolate craving.
This can be made with carob or cocoa powder. Since carob contains sugar, use less sugar, as noted in the ingredients below. More sugar is needed if you use cocoa powder.
For best results, grind the unrefined sugar so it is very fine.
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6 Tbsp coconut oil
8 Tbsp unrefined sugar (or 6 Tbsp if using carob powder). Grind the sugar to be very fine.
4 Tbsp cocoa powder (or 6 Tbsp carob powder)
Chopped Brazil nuts
Toasted coconut flakes
Finely chopped fresh hot pepper
Finely chopped fresh mint leaves
Orange or lemon zest
Using a saucepan, melt the coconut oil over low heat until it is clear.
Stir in the sugar and cocoa/carob powder. Mix until smooth. If you are adding a flavoring from the ideas above (mint, hot peppers or orange zest) add it now and stir well.
Line a loaf pan with parchment paper, and pour in the liquid chocolate.
If you’re using toppings (nuts, coconut, cranberries, berries) sprinkle them on top.
Put the pan in the fridge to set, allowing about 20-30 minutes.
For a different twist, you can also swirl some peanut butter into the warm chocolate mixture.
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