Homemade Chocolate Chips

cookie_78640876I love chocolate chips they make any dessert completely delicious! Muffins, cookies, and cakes are always better with chocolate.

However, the store bought versions are often full of unhealthy cane sugar. I developed this fun recipe for homemade chocolate chips to have a healthier alternative. I make a big batch and store them in my freezer so they are available any time I want to bake. I know you’ll love them as much as I do! Love, Dr. Susan

Note: Please be careful when you make them because melted chocolate is hot!

Homemade Chocolate Chips

1 cup coconut butter or coconut oil, melted

1/2 cup honey or maple syrup

1 cup unsweetened cocoa powder

2 teaspoons vanilla extract

Heat all ingredients in a small saucepan on low heat. Stir constantly until ingredients the chocolate sauce is smooth. Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper. Pour chocolate sauce over cookie sheet. Place cookie sheet in freezer. Freeze for 2-3 hours or until chocolate is completely solid.

Remove chocolate from the freezer and break it into big chunks, and then into small chocolate chip size pieces. Store chocolate chips in freezer. They can be used just like store bought chocolate chips! Easy and delicious!

Love, Dr. Susan

You’ll find my homemade chocolate chips recipe along with many other incredible scrumptious recipes (including more nondairy whipped creams) including layer cakes, coffee cakes, cheesecakes, pound cakes and more in my new book Dr. Susan’s Incredible Cakes

Dr. Susan’s Incredible Cakes is available on AmazonAmazon Kindle, and iTunes.

About the Author

Best selling author and national speaker Dr. Susan has sold over 2 million books on health & wellness.
She has appeared on numerous national and regional radio and television shows and has been featured in hundreds of newspaper and magazine articles. She has Served on the clinical faculty of Stanford University School of Medicine and taught in their Division of Family and Community Medicine.

Dr. Richards became an ordained Christian minister in 2009 and, within a year, she began doing hospital ministry in the ICU’s, critical care and rehabilitation units in the San Francisco area community three times a week. Her ministry is based on the supernatural healing power of God and Jesus Christ and she has seen many miraculous healings of seriously ill patients.

The ministry receives over 20,000 prayer requests for healing each week which are answered by their faithful and devoted prayer team.
She is currently developing the first Medical and Health Ministry Training Program of Supernatural Healing in the United States.
Her medical ministry is at medschoolhealing.com

  • Sechys Diary says:

    Yum! This is definitely something i will try. I have eliminated as much sugar from my diet as possible but even though I’m not a sweet tooth, I still get the odd craving 🙂

  • angelique reyes says:

    IM GOIN 2 TRY THIS I AM ALLERGIC TO THE STORE BOUGHT CHOCOLATE BUT IM NOT ALLERGIC TO HONEY OR COCONUT, BUTTER, OR VANILLA EXTRACT. AND I LOVE CHOCOLATE.

  • Laurie says:

    Would olive or peanut oil work well?

  • Pamela Yoder says:

    Do they melt well?

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