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25 thoughts on “Homemade Vegan Chocolate Recipe – Simple – 3-Ingredients!

  1. th1smomentisfate April 24, 2015 at 7:08 am - Reply

    tried it, and it tastes more like bitter chocolate, than “milk” chocolate.
    my mom liked it though!

  2. Damn this is freakin great! =D woooww didn’t think I could get such a great
    taste out of only three ingredients O.O

  3. ok i have never maid chocolate before, it is made with milk, can’t you just
    use like almond milk as a substitute for milk chocolate?

  4. coconut oil is great to use, the more fat the better, coconut oil contains
    lauric acid wich helps you loose weight, you can loose up to 2 – 3kg of fat
    just by taking a table spoon a day for 1 week, so you might as well call it
    a chocolate bar for weight loss

  5. WATCHED A VIDEO ON YOU TUBE: AGAVE HAS HIGH FRUCTOSE LEVELS..NOT AS
    HEALTHY WHEN SOMEONE IS WATCHING THEIR SUGAR INTAKE.. ( YOU TUBE : TYPE
    IN THE HEALTHIEST SWEETENERS..)

  6. Entheogenico lIlI April 24, 2015 at 2:08 pm - Reply

    Did anyone tell you you really look like Pam from “The Office”, your voice,
    the way you talk, even your face.

  7. moonlightontheriver April 24, 2015 at 4:32 pm - Reply

    can someone please tell me why mine is not becoming a liquid, its just one
    big clump 🙁

    I did follow this recipe.

  8. I use agave syrup for sweetening and instead of honey. I am striving hard
    to stay vegan despite living in a militantly non-vegan household, so I hold
    onto my agave syrup/nectar. It is easier to pour than honey, it does not
    need heating to liquify like honey, and the best part is what is written on
    my agave syrup label saying it is “low-glycemic” which low-glycemic food
    items are mandated to my diabetic relatives by their doctors, so I decided
    to take this little step for my own blood sugar, trying to stick within
    reasonable amounts as I could. :)

  9. i LOVE LOVE milky chocolate. I try’d this and it was really bitter and
    strong to me. What would you suggest i add to make it closer to a milky
    chocolate

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