Homemade Moulded Chocolates | How to make Homemade Moulded Chocolates

By Sakshi Khanna  |  20th Aug 2015  |  
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Homemade Moulded Chocolatesby Sakshi Khanna
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About Homemade Moulded Chocolates

An easy recipe to enjoy homemade chocolate bites!

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Homemade Moulded Chocolates

Ingredients to make Homemade Moulded Chocolates

  • 250gms Milk chocolate
  • 250gms Dark chocolate
  • 1/4 cup Toasted almonds
  • 1/4 cup Toasted cashewnuts
  • 1/4 cup raisins
  • Silicon chocolate moulds of different shapes
  • Chocolate wrapping sheets

How to make Homemade Moulded Chocolates

  1. Roughly chop the Milk chocolate as well as the dark chocolate.
  2. Combine the two together and place in a dry bowl on top of a double boiler, stirring frequently to combine as chocolate melts.
  3. Alternately melt in the microwave, stirring the chocolate at 1 minute intervals, for a total of 3-4 minutes.
  4. Make sure that whichever bowls you are using to melt chocolate are completely dry, else the chocolate will seize.
  5. Take off heat once chocolates have melted and combined together completely.
  6. Fill a silicon mould halfway through with a teaspoon of melted chocolate and place an almond or cashew or raisin in the middle carefully.
  7. Fill up remaining carefully so that the nut or raisin is completely submerged and not visible.
  8. Fill all moulds this way.You can use different moulds for different flavours/ nuts.
  9. Carefully tap the moulds so that there are no air bubbles.
  10. Transfer to a flat tray and place in the refrigerator for 15 minutes.
  11. Unmould the chocolates, they will come out easily.Wrap individually in wrapping sheet.
  12. Enjoy home made chocolates or gift them to your loved ones!

My Tip:

You can chop all the nuts and raisins and add all at once, then pour into moulds. You can use different oil based flavours to make flavoured chocolates.

Reviews for Homemade Moulded Chocolates (10)

Oishi Majumdara year ago

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Rosemeen Opaia year ago

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Ragini Aryamaa year ago

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Anjana Bhatnagara year ago

homemade chocolates kitne dino tak kharaab nhi hotee??
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farida hussaina year ago

hi garima.will the chocolates melt once we take them out of the fridge?
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sangeeta la year ago

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Dipika Poddara year ago

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Bhavi shah2 years ago

you can use cooking chocolates like morde
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Sanjula Thangkhiew2 years ago

Hi Garima, i used cooking chocolate which is available in any store :)
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Garima Arora2 years ago

hi sakshi..which chocolate hv u used?cooking chocolate or regular cadbury's or amul's?
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