Do you want to hand out something beautiful and sweet without putting a lot of effort into it? This chocolate snack is a sweet snack for you, your visitors or your kids. Chocolate always wins, right? A recipe for homemade chunks of chocolate (chocolate shards) that will impress you. You can easily prepare this chocolate chip recipe ahead of time. A delicious recipe for the holidays!
SnackCookies and candy16-20 barks15 minutes preparation240 hours waiting
Ingrid is the brand manager at TerraSana. She loves food - cooking, eating, sharing meals, writing, and talking about it. Recipe development and food photography are her passions on the side.
This is how you make it
Start with the pink part. Break the white chocolate and put the pieces in a heat resistant bowl or mug. Fill a pan with boiling water. Put the bowl in and let the chocolate melt. Stir in the red beet juice and coconut milk and set aside.
Melt the white chocolate for the yellow part in a bowl or mug and mix with curcuma vanilla latte, cinnamon and coconut milk. Set aside.
Put the coffee and coconut milk in a small pan. Let the coffee dissolve well. Break the dark chocolate into pieces and add, together with the hazelnut butter. Keep stirring well until all the chocolate has melted.
Cover a large cutting board with baking paper. Pour scoops of dark chocolate over the baking paper here and there. Do the same with the pink chocolate. Fill in the last holes with the yellow chocolate. Make sure there are no empty spots and that all three colours are clearly visible everywhere.
Give the chocolate bar a marbled effect with the cocktail stick, by making circles in the chocolate (for example, write 'eights').
Let cool in the freezer.
Break them in pieces and keep in the fridge or freezer until consumption.
Don't have beet juice at home, but you do have raspberries, strawberries or pomegranate? Puree a little of it or squeeze the juice out, so the white chocolate also gets a pink look. You just need a few drops.
At the organic health stores you can buy vegan white chocolate bars, made from oats or soy.