Homemade Chocolates

Homemade Chocolates

Chocolates are loved by both kids and adults. There is nothing better than homemade chocolates.

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Christmas is just two days away. Kids are bursting with excitement. Winter holidays are about to start. If you still have not decided what to make on Christmas then I have perfect recipe for you.

heart shape chocolate 1

Made with easily available ingredients at home you can add hundreds of variation to this basic recipe to ger different flavor. These hardly take any time to make.
THis is my husband’s recipe. he is the one who generally makes Chocolates at home. I have made some slight changes to the recipe.

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Homemade chocolates make the best gift believe me. If you want to gift me something this Christmas season I would strongly recommend chocolates (I hope hubby is reading this ;-))

So wrap them beautifully and make someones day 🙂

 

How to make Homemade Chocolates

Preparation time: 2 minutes
cooking time: 10 minutes
setting time: 2 hours in freezer

Ingredients:
1 cup butter

1/2 cup drinking chocolate + 1/2 cup Cocoa ( Axat uses only Cocoa. I did not have enough at home so I added half drinking chocolate)
1 tsp Vanilla essence

To make sugar syrup:
1 cup sugar
¾ cup water

2 tbsp Roasted Nuts of your choice cut into small pieces

 

To make Homemade Chocolates

Add sugar and water to a pan and bring to a boil. Reduce the flame and let it simmer till the syrup reaches one string consistency around 5-7 minutes.

butter cocoa

Heat butter in a nonstick pan. Add cocoa and cook for 1 minutes.

add syrup add

Add essence and sugar syrup. Mix nicely. It will start thickening. Switch off the flame. Add nuts to the mixture. Cool it a little.

readybox

Lightly grease a plate. You can also line it with butter sheet/foodwrap which makes it easy to take out chocolate to cut.

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Keep it in freezer for 2-3 hours so that the chocolate sets nicely. I keep the chocolate pieces in fridge and take them out only before serving so that it does not melt.

 

cut

Take out and cut in the desired shape.

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18 Responses to Homemade Chocolates

  1. Jyoti-jaipur says:

    Hi dear. . Can you please suggest which company’s drinking chocolate should be used

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  4. Rachna says:

    Wow! Yummy. I want to eat all of them. 🙂

  5. Lovely pics and wonderfully easy steps! I’m surely going to try these. Merry Christmas to you 🙂
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  6. Yumm!! The pics look delicious enough to eat. Love your posts, love your pics ..
    Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays 🙂
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  7. Priti Singh says:

    Aha…looks yummy…slurp. 😛 Thanks for sharing such an easy recipe
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  8. Khushboo says:

    Homemade presents are really the best. I loved you chocolate recipe. Thanks for sharing 🙂
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  9. Wow! nice tutorial with step by step pictures.. Very useful for a novice cook like me 🙂 Never tried preparing chocolate at home, you made it look very simple. Let me try 🙂
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