Homemade Milk Chocolate Bars

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Healthy chocolate bars are easy to make!

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  • 9 thoughts on “Homemade Milk Chocolate Bars”

    1. Wow, this is intriguing! I’ve heard it said that if you use real milk to make milk chocolate, the batch will be ruined, but you’ve used butter instead of cocoa butter. The wheels in my head are turning now.

    2. Ok, tried this but the chocolate stays lumpy even though we followed the directions perfectly – actually it was more grainy and not smooth at all like the photo. Suggestions?

    3. When I made this it never hardened. I left it in the refrigerator for several hours and although it wasn’t totally liquid it didn’t harden to the point that you could pick it up with your fingers–you still needed a spoon to eat it with. I tried putting it in the freezer to see if that would help, but it still stayed soft.

    4. Hi! We stumbled on this, and were wondering, at what temperature should all of the ingredients be combined at? Is there a specific heat that it should be brought to, or should not exceed? Hubby and me have been trying to get allergen-safe soy-free chocolate back into our homes and lives, but with little success due to inexact recipes. If you are willing to help, we would appreciate it!!

      Kitt and the Epic Beard

    5. I would like to make candy chocolate from scratch using 100% cocoa and coconut butter.
      I’m trying to make a milk chocolate bar without preservatives and by using Stevia instead of sugar. Is this possible? Is there a recipe?

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