This Homemade Milk Chocolate Recipe is spot on Delicious. My friends and family have all said that this is as good as any chocolate they’ve ever had. Words like Truffle and Ghirardelli were thrown around with head nods after biting into these numbers. So you can trust that this recipe is where it’s at. Plus, it is so easy to adjust if you like a milder or darker chocolate. Literally just add or take away some of the powdered milk and you can dial it in exactly to your tastes.
Milk Chocolate and Candy Silicone Molds
In this Milk Chocolate recipe I had the pleasure of using Bargain Roll Back’s Silicone Molds. These arrived, practically, as soon as I ordered them and I feel like they’re a great product. Even my kids love playing with them. So if you’re interested in getting Silicon Molds like the ones I use in this video you can find them HERE.
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Homemade Milk Chocolate Ingredients:
3/4 cup Coconut Oil
1 cup Powdered Sugar
6 tbsp Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
4 tbsp Powdered Milk
Add Rice Crispie’s to the Milk Chocolate for the Nestle Crunch effect or Peanuts and Almonds for other desired Candy Bar copy cats. Be sure to watch the short video tutorial and I’ll show you exactly how to make this amazing Homemade Milk Chocolate.
Here’s a Hot Chocolate recipe you’ll want to bookmark for sure, because there’s nothing better than a nice cup of hot cocoa, during the cold winter month of December. And this recipe has got everything you’d expect any great recipe to have, including a creamy Marshmallow taste and a nice airy froth. It’s very easy to make and it’s perfect for this Holiday Season.
Conveniant Store Hot Chocolate
I came up with this idea when I was getting Hot Chocolate, for my kids, at a local gas station. You know how they have those motorized dispensers with different flavors; mint, pumpkin spice and toasted marshmallow. It was the Marshmallow that caught my eye. Not that I wouldn’t enjoy the other flavors too, it’s just what my kids chose and what I always enjoyed. After we rang out, I realized it was something I needed to put together because $2.50 for an 8 oz. cup just isn’t savvy.
1/4 cup French Vanilla Coffee Creamer
1/4 cup Marshmallows
Update: Running low on milk, I’ve since cut the milk in half and replaced that half with water and to my surprise, I thought the recipe tasted even better. So, it might be something you’d like to consider. Just be sure to watch the short Hot Chocolate video tutorial and I’ll show exactly how to make this recipe.