Homemade Chocolate – Easy Chocolate Recipe

March 8, 2017 Bars N CookiesSweets/Desserts  7 comments

Homemade Chocolate has been in my to do & trial list since a long time. I have tried making it 3 times using various methods – with milk powder, single string sugar consistency, microwave version!! And all of it has been a super flop!! It was not presentable and refused to leave the mould, but it did not go waste!!  After all the attempts, finally this version worked well. This is a simple, no fail process with just 3 ingredients. If u do not like a coconut flavoured chocolate, u might not like this. To me it tasted like a smoother, no bits version of Bounty Chocolate. If u like Bounty, or coconut flavour in your chocolate then GO for it!! Do try my No bake Choco Nutty Cake.

Will surely come back with a non-coconut flavoured Chocolate recipe soon!

Now to the recipe..


Homemade Chocolate My Magic Pan


[Preparation Time-5 mins : Freezing Time- 1 hour]

Homemade Chocolate Ingredients:

  • Coconut Oil – 1/2 cup (see tips)
  • Cocoa powder – 1/4 cup ( I used dark cocoa)
  • Honey or maple syrup – 3 to 4 tbsp


Homemade Chocolate My Magic Pan



  • Take coconut oil, cocoa powder & honey in a bowl. Coconut oil must be in liquid form. Mix well so that the ingredients blend well. The mixture should be in runny form and not thick.

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  • Pour it into moulds and freeze it for an hour. Once frozen gently tap the mould and the chocolates will come out out easily.

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Thats it! Homemade Chocolate is ready!!

Enjoy with your family and friends!


Homemade Chocolate My Magic Pan



  1. Coconut oil has to be in liquid form and in room temperature. If your coconut oil is frozen, heat it over a double boiler or microwave. Cool it down to room temperature and then proceed, else it will not work out.
  2. The mixture should be in runny form while pouring it in the moulds and not thick.
  3. U can increase or decrease the amount of honey based on your preferences. Feel free to lick in between. 
  4. This Homemade Chocolate will melt in your mouth, once it is out of the refrigerator. So it is preferable to keep it refrigerated.
  5. No other ingredient can substitute the coconut oil in this recipe. It turned out to be a MEGA FLOP! So do not attempt!
  6. U can add any nuts of your choice in the moulds and then pour the chocolate too.
  7. For people here and in cold regions, I would suggest to mix the ingredients and pour it to the mould immediately. If u take a long time, the mixture will become thick. I had to keep my heater on to maintain the consistency until I finished pouring all of it.


Homemade Chocolate My Magic Pan


– By Sundari Nathan

7 comments to Homemade Chocolate – Easy Chocolate Recipe

  • nidhi@whats cooking mom  says:

    Yummy…. This recipe sounds so easy to make and chocolates are looking amazing.

  • Anlet Prince - Annslittlecorner  says:

    Love those little chocolates. These are treating me….

  • Anu - My Ginger Garlic Kitchen  says:

    Homemade anything is the best. And when it comes to homemade chocolates, I can’t dare to say NO. Wish I could grab a few heart ones. 🙂

  • Sharmila - The Happie Friends Potpourri Corner  says:

    Always love homemade chocolates!! You have made it perfectly!!

  • Anusha  says:

    Which Coconut oil should I use?? Can you Pls suggest a brand..

    • Sundari Nathan  says:

      Any brand is fine. I used a local brand that was available here – Coco Loco..

  • Veena Theagarajan  says:

    very tempting. Simple yet tasty homemade chocolate

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