Homemade Chocolate with Honey and Cocoa Powder

Calling all Sugar Mamas (and Daddies!): Make This Honey-Cocoa Chocolate So Good, It'll Be Like ¡Olé!

Let's be honest, sometimes that sweet tooth hits you harder than a flamenco dancer after a night of too much sangria. Forget that store-bought crap loaded with sugar and who-knows-what-else. 'merci beaucoup' to your taste buds, crank up the Latin beats, and get ready to unleash your inner chocolatier.  Porque, baby, you deserve a treat.

3 ingredient homemade chocolate 

Ah, the allure of chocolate! It’s like a secret rendezvous between your taste buds and pure indulgence. But what if I told you that you could create your own seductive, honey-sweetened dark chocolate right in the comfort of your kitchen? Ooh la la! 🍯🍫


  • 1 cup cocoa powder (cacao en polvo)

  • 1/2 cup honey (miel)

  • 1/2 cup coconut oil (aceite de coco)


  1. Heat up that honey, mi amor!
    - In a small saucepan, heat the honey over low heat until it reaches 115°F to 120°F (46°C to 49°C).

  2. Mix it up, bébé!
    - In a separate bowl, whisk together the cocoa powder and coconut oil until well combined.
    - Gradually add the heated honey to the cocoa mixture, whisking until smooth and glossy.

  3. Add a little somethin' somethin' (optional)
    - Add the vanilla extract, if you're feeling fancy.

  4. Pour it into a mold, or onto a parchment-lined baking sheet
    - Refrigerate until set, about 30 minutes to an hour.

  5. Enjoy your delicious homemade chocolate, chéri(e)!

Follow-Up Queries

  1. Is this chocolate vegan?

    • Absolutely! It’s like a vegan romance novel—no animal products involved.

  2. Can I add nuts or dried fruit?

    • Oh, darling, you can add anything your heart desires. Almonds, hazelnuts, dried cherries—go wild!

  3. How long does it keep?

    • Store it in your pantry, and it’ll stay divine for up to 3 years. No need to hide it in the freezer like a guilty pleasure.

More Follow-up Queries:

  1. Can I use maple syrup instead of honey?

  2. How can I make this chocolate vegan-friendly?

  3. What's the best way to store homemade chocolate?

Answers to Follow-up Queries:

  1. Sí, mi amiga! Maple syrup makes a delicioso substitute for honey in this recipe. Just adjust the quantity to suit your taste.

  2. To make this chocolate vegan-friendly, simply swap out the honey for agave nectar or maple syrup. ¡Fácil!

  3. Keep your homemade chocolate stored in an airtight container in the fridge to maintain its divine texture and flavor.

FAQs (Frequently Asked Flirtations)

  1. Why use honey instead of sugar?

    • Honey adds complexity and depth, like a mysterious stranger at a masquerade ball.

  2. Can I use coconut oil instead of cocoa butter?

    • While coconut oil is tempting, cocoa butter gives that luxurious snap we crave.

  3. Is this chocolate aphrodisiacal?

    • Well, let’s just say it won’t hurt your chances of a romantic evening. 😉

    • Can I use regular butter instead of coconut oil? While coconut oil adds a lovely flavor and texture, you can certainly use melted butter if that's what you have on hand.

    • How long will homemade chocolate last? As long as you can resist devouring it, homemade chocolate should keep well in the fridge for up to two weeks.

    • Can I add booze to my chocolate for an extra kick? ¡Claro que sí! A splash of rum, whiskey, or your favorite liqueur can add a deliciously naughty twist to your homemade chocolate. Just be sure not to overdo it!

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