Homemade Chocolate Bars

Nour Kay
by Nour Kay
5 bars
2 hr 20 min

I have a weakness for chocolate. In all its shapes and forms. Either a bar, or a cake, or ice cream, the list never ends.

I do enjoy trying different dark chocolate bars made differently (different nuts, fruits, etc.). I had an excess of cooking chocolate at home so I thought to give it a try and make my own chocolate bars, and incorporated a mix of nuts and dried fruits.

I like adding some contrast with a salty flavor, so opted for peanut butter. You can also just use salt flakes, and it will give it this kick as well.

Here's my recipe for Guilt-Free Chocolate Bars from scratch. That’s right. Guilt-Free Chocolate.

Recipe details
  • 5  bars
  • Prep time: 20 Minutes Cook time: 2 Hours Total time: 2 hr 20 min
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  • - 400g dark chocolate (the 100% pure chocolate blocks made for cooking)
  • - 1/2 cup honey (as much as you’d like it sweet)
  • - handful nuts & dried fruits
  • - 1/3 cup peanut butter and/or 1 tsp salt flakes

-Melt the dark chocolate (bain-marie: boil water in a pot, add a glass plate / bowl on top where you place the chocolate, the chocolate will melt as a result of the steam created by the covered water pot
-Once melted, mix chocolate with honey, combine well
-Add nuts & dried fruits and fold to combine
-Spread on parchment paper on a tray (mix should be about 3/4-1" thickness)
-Optional to add peanut butter on top and swirl into the mix with a fork.
-Freeze for 2hrs, cut into squares, and voila time to binge.
-Optional to sprinkle salt on top.
  • Karen Karen on May 10, 2022

    sounds great

  • LINDY LINDY on May 11, 2022

    Looks and sounds great but calories galore???

    • Nour Kay Nour Kay on May 13, 2022

      Thanks Lindy! Fair, there is about 160-170 calories per ounce of dark chocolate, depending on the quantity consumed, it is a nice treat :) if it's 100% chocolate, at least it's refined sugar free :) Enjoy!