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Ice Chocolate à la Food Pharmacy

This week we had a big Christmas bake off at home (an attempt to create a little traditional Christmas atmosphere) and among the things we made, one of them was ice chocolate. Making your own ice chocolate is both easy and healthier compared to the one you buy in the store, not to mention that the Christmas atmosphere kicked off the second we started making them.

The basic recipe contains three ingredients – coconut oil, cocoa and honey – and then it’s up to you whether you want to flavor your ice chocolate or not. May we suggest a pinch of flake salt or chopped hazelnuts (preferably roasted)? Or why not cranberries? Almond butter, licorice powder, chili or gingerbread spices are of course pretty delicious too.

As you can, the possibilities are endless. We ourselves chose to roll the chocolate in matcha, because we found a form with small cone-shaped holes that made our chocolate look like small spruces. If you do not have silicone molds, you can just as easily pour the chocolate batter into small ordinary candy papers!


Ice Chocolate à la Food Pharmacy

  • By : Food Pharmacy


1 1/4 cup cold-pressed coconut oil

1 tablespoon raw cacao

1 teaspoon honey

Optional flavors:

Flake salt, chopped nuts, cranberries, raisins, gingerbread spice, cinnamon, cardamom, almond butter, peppermint extract


Melt the coconut oil. Stir in cacao and honey. Season with any of the mentioned flavors. Pour into candy molds. Place in the freezer, let set for an hour. Take out the freezer and serve directly before the melt!



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