Dainty and Darling Chocolate!

 

Happy Holidays!

i've been making some new blog posts, so check them out! This one is about how to make cutesy little healthy chocolate bars. What I like about them is that they are VERY easy to make! Not even joking. This is probably one of my easiest craft projects. They work as superior gifts and party favors that are on the go. Besides all of that... they are just a big bundle of joy! Have fun!

 

final result of dainty and darling chocolate bars
final result of dainty and darling chocolate bars

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is my final result of the chocolate bars. This is the first time of me making them, and they turn out so well! These dainty and darling choclate bars are a win win situation! They turn out great for everybody. Believe me, you will have fun even just looking at these masterpieces of art! Have fun!

For this charming experiance you will need...

  • chocolate mold (they sell them at Michaels)
  • candy melts (cocoa flavor) (get them at any crafts store)
  • small handful of raw and unsalted almonds (20 pieces)
  • fresh dried apricots (5 pieces)
  • small handful of raisons (15 pieces)
  • small handful of raw unsalted california walnuts (10 pieces)
  • small handful of semi-sweet chocolate chunks (Trader Joes) (10 pieces)
  • oil (I used sunflower seed oil)

 

before oil is put in
before oil is put in

 

 

Take your cocoa candy melts and oil (whichever you choose) and mix them together. you want your candy melts to be a tiny bit moist from the oil, so don't put to much to soak them.

after oil is put in
after oil is put in

 

Now melt together the chocolate and oil in microwave safe bowl for 1:30 minutes. Melt until smooth, thick, and liquidy chocolate cream.

*The oil should not soak the candy coating

 

 

This is how the final melting result of the chocolate cream should look.

 

 

Take chcolate cream and chocolate mold tray.

 

 

Pour the melted chocolate cream into the mold gently. Then spread the cream so it would make a flat clean surface. this is important becuase whn the chocolate stiffens up, you want it to be perfectly flat on both sides.

 

 

 

 

 

Now... DECORATING TIME!

Use your topping ingriedients such as:

  • small handful of raw and unsalted almonds (20 pieces)
  • fresh dried apricots (5 pieces)
  • small handful of raisons (15 pieces)
  • small handful of raw unsalted california walnuts (10 pieces)
  • small handful of semi-sweet chocolate chunks (Trader Joes) (10 pieces)

This is the most fun time of this project! (Even though this whole project is all so exciting.) Now use your creativity and arrange your healthy topping the way you want to. Also, if you want something more modern and sweet, just use mnms, candy, and etc.

 

 

 

 

Congradulations! You have finished making your darling chocolate bar that makes wonderful presents, party favors, and just bundles of joy. Have fun! Please don't forget to post comments andd feedback! Thanks!

 

Always your devoted crafts women,

Katya

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Comments: 8
  • #1

    Harper (Friday, 27 December 2013 15:09)

    Thanks, I really enjoyed making the chocolate bars.

  • #2

    Marina (Saturday, 04 January 2014 01:17)

    I made your chocolate bars. They turned out to be easy to make and yet delicious. I gave them as party favors to guests on Christmas and New Years! People loved them.

  • #3

    Kamila (Saturday, 11 January 2014 17:04)

    Your website is as awsom as you are!!!

  • #4

    Ksu (Tuesday, 14 January 2014 10:01)

    Katya, I want to try your healthy chocolate bars! They look fantastic :)))

  • #5

    Katya (Wednesday, 16 April 2014 15:41)

    Thanks Harper, I'm really glad you enjoyed them!

  • #6

    Katya (Wednesday, 16 April 2014 15:42)

    Thanks Marina, I'm really happy to hear that! I'm happy they turned out great!

  • #7

    Katya (Wednesday, 16 April 2014 15:43)

    Thanks Kamila, you're too kind. :)

  • #8

    Katya (Wednesday, 16 April 2014 15:44)

    Ksu, thanks so much! I'm glad you enjoyed the post!

 

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