Raw chocolate vegan recipeSometimes it’s nice to have a little piece of chocolate for yourself as a treat. This vegan raw chocolate will also do great on top of a cake using it as decoration. You could also mold it and arrange the chocolate in small bags with ribbons as presents. The possibilities are endless.

The recipe calls for “Sweet Freedom” it’s a vegan natural sweetener from the UK, if you are in the UK you may want to check out their website as they have free samples and competitions to win products from their assortment at http://www.sweetfreedom.co.uk/.  As I live in Finland I used date syrup with a great result. To make your own date syrup is easy, date + lemon juice + water, the recipe is at http://allveganfoods.com/homemade-vegan-date-syrup/, for this recipe make it a bit thick.

Here is the superb recipe for raw vegan chocolates:

1 cup = 2.3 dl.
1 Tbsp = 15 ml
1 tsp = 5 ml

This is the basic recipe that’s in our Raw Chocolate Making Kit, but with a couple of slight amendments that will be in the next version.

It’s virtually impossible to go wrong with this recipe. Just take your time and you’ll end up with a tray of 15 amazing tasting raw chocolates!

Ingredients:

  • 60-70g Raw Cacao Butter
  • 50g Raw Cacao Powder
  • 1-2 tbsp Sweet Freedom

Method

  1. All utensils must also be dry or the chocolate will separate. Wash your silicone mould before it’s first use and then dry it thoroughly
  2. Place a clean bowl over a saucepan of hot water (bain marie). Ensure the bottom of the bowl does not touch the water & no water goes inside the bowl
  3. Grate the cacao butter, add to the bowl & allow to melt slowly. Don’t keep the water boiling, turn the heat off and just give it a quick blast every so often if necessary

– See more at: http://www.elementsforlife.co.uk/recipes/basic-raw-chocolate-recipe#sthash.Mhla4Vpg.dpuf

This is the basic recipe that’s in our Raw Chocolate Making Kit, but with a couple of slight amendments that will be in the next version.

It’s virtually impossible to go wrong with this recipe. Just take your time and you’ll end up with a tray of 15 amazing tasting raw chocolates!

Ingredients:

  • 60-70g Raw Cacao Butter
  • 50g Raw Cacao Powder
  • 1-2 tbsp Sweet Freedom

Method

  1. All utensils must also be dry or the chocolate will separate. Wash your silicone mould before it’s first use and then dry it thoroughly
  2. Place a clean bowl over a saucepan of hot water (bain marie). Ensure the bottom of the bowl does not touch the water & no water goes inside the bowl
  3. Grate the cacao butter, add to the bowl & allow to melt slowly. Don’t keep the water boiling, turn the heat off and just give it a quick blast every so often if necessary

– See more at: http://www.elementsforlife.co.uk/recipes/basic-raw-chocolate-recipe#sthash.Mhla4Vpg.dpuf

This is the basic recipe that’s in our Raw Chocolate Making Kit, but with a couple of slight amendments that will be in the next version.

It’s virtually impossible to go wrong with this recipe. Just take your time and you’ll end up with a tray of 15 amazing tasting raw chocolates!

Ingredients:

  • 60-70g Raw Cacao Butter
  • 50g Raw Cacao Powder
  • 1-2 tbsp Sweet Freedom

Method

  1. All utensils must also be dry or the chocolate will separate. Wash your silicone mould before it’s first use and then dry it thoroughly
  2. Place a clean bowl over a saucepan of hot water (bain marie). Ensure the bottom of the bowl does not touch the water & no water goes inside the bowl
  3. Grate the cacao butter, add to the bowl & allow to melt slowly. Don’t keep the water boiling, turn the heat off and just give it a quick blast every so often if necessary

– See more at: http://www.elementsforlife.co.uk/recipes/basic-raw-chocolate-recipe#sthash.Mhla4Vpg.dpuf

 

Basic Raw Chocolate Recipe

Little dessert chocolates

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Ingredients

  • 60-70g Raw Cacao Butter
  • 50g Raw Cacao Powder
  • 1-2 tbsp Sweet Freedom

Instructions

  1. All utensils must also be dry or the chocolate will separate.
  2. Wash your silicone mould before it's first use and then dry it thoroughly
  3. Place a clean bowl over a saucepan of hot water (bain marie).
  4. Ensure the bottom of the bowl does not touch the water & no water goes inside the bowl
  5. Grate the cacao butter, add to the bowl & allow to melt slowly.
  6. Don’t keep the water boiling, turn the heat off and just give it a quick blast every so often if necessary
  7. Once melted, add the cacao powder & stir in thoroughly with a balloon whisk or fork, until it starts to slightly thicken
  8. The chocolate should be runny & easy to pour
  9. Add 1 tbsp of Sweet Freedom & stir in very thoroughly. It will thicken as you add the Sweet Freedom
  10. Add the Sweet Freedom taste it and if you prefer it sweeter, add more 1/2 tbsp at a time, mixing thoroughly and tasting after each
  11. When the mixture suits your taste, pour gently into the mould using a jug or spoon
  12. Pour in to the mould
  13. Place it in the fridge to set for an hour or more (or in the freezer if you can’t wait that long)
  14. Any remaining chocolate is the chocolatier’s treat!
Recipe Type: Dessert
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http://allveganfoods.com/basic-raw-chocolate-recipe/

See more at: http://www.elementsforlife.co.uk/recipes/basic-raw-chocolate-recipe

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