Recipe Directions

1.mix coconut oil,cocoa powder and agave.

2.melt cocoa butter in small bowl set inside a larger bowl of hot water until melted.

3.mix into coconut oil ,cocoa powder and agave.(i have seen other chocolate recipes add a pinch of salt and a dash of vanilla at this point).

4.when it is the texture of hot fudge,spoon into piping bag or squeezable chocolate mold painter fitted with #3 (for mini-chips) or larger tip.

5.pipe onto parchment or waxed paper .

6.chill till firm.store in fridge.

I’m sure i don’t have to tell you all the things you can do with them!

I have also made this using a plastic food storage bag.spoon chocolate into a bottom corner of the bag,twist top of bag over mixture,and hold from there.cut off a very tiny corner of the bag,and squeeze gently to form chips.

note:use all cocoa butter(1/4 cup) for a harder chip.

this recipe works well in candy molds…use alphabet chocolate mold ,on page 2 of that link, to ‘write’ on a birthday cake…this little gone raw tart is decorated with my chocolate whipped cream

picture #2 now shows the chips:)

Evergreen's Thoughts

rich dark chocolate chips

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hi randommara...thanks:)..this little alphabet mold is a 'make 'n mold'..but i have a wilton one that is slightly larger and just a little different style letter:)

here is the new link for my chocolate whipped cream: http://www.therawtarian.com/community/recipe/chocolate-whipped-cream

here is the image of the little gone raw tart: http://www.therawtarian.com/node/11518

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Love your new picture! Are those Wilton molds?

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hi carrie...i special ordered it from one of the co-ops i shop in... there are lots of sources on the web...in a pinch i have used the now cocoa butter, sold as a moisturizer, as it is food grade and safe for consumption:)

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Where do you get your Cacao Butter?

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Hi Evergreen

In the past, I have made a similar recipe myself... and used it in Ice "Cream" and the chips are still chewy in the frozen dessert... very nice!

QT

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hi,xmetalgirl805x...i used two bowls,one small,one a little larger...set the small bowl inside the larger one...i put the cocoa butter in the small bowl,and pour very warm water in the larger bowl,like a double boiler,stir till melted..hope that helps:)

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how did you melt the cocoa butter?

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hi everyone! i have used these mostly on ice cream, pies,cheesecake,and raw(not dehydrated) cookies.i was thinking about adding a powder(to stabilize) like lucuma,maca, or mesquite, but ive never used them. if anyone has an idea,please let me know.

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hi everyone! i have used these mostly on ice cream, pies,cheesecake,and raw(not dehydrated) cookies.i was thinking about adding a powder(to stabilize) like lucuma,maca, or mesquite, but ive never used them. if anyone has an idea,please let me know.

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Yes but they would already be melted into the cookies....more like chocolate swirl cookies.

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Yes but they would solidify as they cooled.

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they sure would melt :)

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I make this all the time. SO good! But wouldn't these just melt into the cookies as you dehydrated them?

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Sweet, now I can make chocolate chip cookies!

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Beautiful! My son has been wanting to make raw chocolate chip stuff for a long time :)

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these look awesome!!!!!!!!!

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