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  1. Amanda

    Wow! That’s impressive! I do love a chocolate “snap” every so often.

  2. Aimee (I Tri To Be Me)

    Yum, yum, yum! :)

  3. Noelle

    This is excellent! Thanks for posting this. It looks super easy and delicious to make.

  4. Jenny

    Uh…yum! Where did you find cacao butter? I’ve looked for it locally without luck. Maybe I was just looking at the wrong spot in the store.

  5. Hannah

    Thank you for brightening up my morning so exponentially! I may or may not have clapped at the screen. :D I’ve actually been meaning to make Hannah K’s raw chocolate myself, but have resisted buying the coconut oil until my first pay packet comes in. (Soon, my pretties, soon.)

    Can we please have a bar of this resting beside my mini cheezecake buffet when I come to KC?

    xoxo

    P.S. Now you must simply go against the rawness and add salted roasted peanuts…

  6. Averie (LoveVeggiesAndYoga)

    http://www.loveveggiesandyoga.com/2010/02/raw-vegan-coconut-oil-chocolate-mailbox.html

    Delete this comment if you despise link dropping :)

    Ok it’s interesting my recipe, is basically 3 Tbsp of Liquid (agave & oil) to 4 Tbsp cocoa power. And your recipe is 3/4 c liquid to 1 c cocoa. SAME RATIOS.

    I came upon my ratios thru trial and error and made alot of choco sauce in the process :) but came upon that ratio that works, and it’s interesting, yours is the same, just larger quantity. Anyway, the science geek in me is musing…

    Never worked w/ cocoa butter, only oil. I know the only high raw vegan who hasnt. I love that it adds SNAP. I need to splurge$$ on some!

  7. Joanna Sutter (Fitness & Spice)

    This recipe sounds ahh-mazing! I’m almost vegan, almost raw, and all over the board these days! ;-)

  8. Angela

    Yumm! Makes me want to get chocolate molds! Thanks for the recipe :)

  9. Jason

    i’m obsessed with your recipes. i can’t wait to be able to afford the ingredients to make so much of your stuff. i also apparently need to get a juicer and food processor. i think they have them on special at aldi right now. wonder if they’re any good? hmmm… ANYHOW (back on subject), this reminded me of that cake you brought me for my birthday. SOOOOO AMAZING!!!

  10. fitandfortysomething

    such simple ingredients can create such a wonderful thing! love this…..have a great weekend amber :)

  11. DJ Karma (VegSpinz)

    I am a chocoholic, and find this irresistible! I usually wind up opening up a bag of vegan semi-sweet chocolate chips and munching by the handful- this looks a lot better! :)

  12. Deanna

    Cool! I’ve always wanted to try making my own chocolate. Who knew it could be so easy!

  13. Matt

    I was at work the other day and wanting chocolate. It made me think about this. Mmmmmm….

  14. papaya

    Anyone know if this chocolate recipe would melt in room temp? thanks!

  15. Sorina

    Hey this looks delicious!!!!!! And to think it’s healthy too! Woohoo! I just want to ask you something, how long would you think this would last, left outside, before it spoils (or melts for that matter :D )? Would it be good to eat after a month?

  16. Jay

    I hope I’m not asking a weird question, but can I sub the cacao butter with raw shea? will the consistency be about right? Funny how difficult it is for me to get my hands on edible cacao butter, when I live on a Caribbean island where we grow cocoa trees……smh!

  17. Brittanie

    I make raw chocolate bars with all cocoa butter, cacao powder, and raw honey and they are very solid – I just store them in a container at room temp. I am trying to find a recipe that uses other oils as well as the butter to cut down on cost and make them a bit more soft – this looks perfect. I saw you said to not leave these out at room temp – do they melt/ not hold shape? I want something that can be shipped in mail and able to hold its own at room temp. The bars I buy from Trader Joes have sunflower oil in them and stay very solid until eaten so I know it can be done..

    Off to do some experimenting

    Oh and a tip.. Mountainroseherbs.com has unrefined organic cocoa butter for cheaper than the source you linked. I buy the big tub of wafers and they are small disks and so easy to work with!

  18. Paul

    Hi, great recipe. Currently I am making chocolate with just coconut oil but wanted to switch to cacao butter to give it a more chocolate taste. I was under the impression I had to use just cacao butter with no coconut oil. Is the oil necessary, or does it just add to the taste. I am just curious if I need to add it or just stick with cacao butter. thanks

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