Easiest Homemade Chocolate Bars

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There is literally never a time that I don’t want chocolate. Now, I can have chocolate whenever I want, however I want! 🍫
These were my very first attempts at chocolate bars and I am rather pleased. The process was super easy and really fun!

What I used:

Silicone Chocolate Molds This package is great and comes with three large bar molds. I was super happy with them, easy to use and wash.
Double Boiler: I have a Paderno double boiler that I placed a glass bowl into but if you don’t have a proper double boiler, any pot with a couple inches of water and a glass bowl that fits nicely on-top will do the trick!
Chocolate Chips: I used Yupik Compound Chocolate Chips that I ordered off of but you can use any kind of melting chocolate you prefer. Usually a semi-sweet or dark chocolate is best so that your bar doesn’t come out too sweet in the end after adding other ingredients.

Toppings: I used a mix of salted nuts, sweetened banana chips, and some yellow sprinkles. The best part about these is that you can add any toppings you want! I even left one bar as is – classic plain chocolate.

The 3 flavours are Plain, ‘Feelin’ Nutty’, and ‘Chunky Monkey’…and yes I am sold on those.


How I did it:

  1. Pour a couple inches of water into double boiler and bring water to a boil.
  2. Place glass bowl on-top of pot or in the double boiler and pour in chocolate. To be honest, I eye-balled it but I would say about 2-3 cups of chocolate chips.
  3. Let chocolate melt, stirring occasionally for an even melt.
  4. Once chocolate is fully melted, remove from boiler and with a spoon or spatula fill molds with melted chocolate.
  5. Add toppings and let harden in the fridge for a couple hours.
  6. Remove from mold and VOILA!




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