{Sugar-free} Chocolate Chips

April 17th, 2012 § 13 comments

Yesterday was one of those days where you really feel like you’re winning at life.  But really, it was just a simple day: I spent it discovering new bloggers on Twitter, working out in the rain, catching up on Grey’s Anatomy, and exploring new baking terrain in the kitchen.

Hence today’s post: homemade, sugar-free chocolate chips.  Okay, I know they look more like dots, but chocolate dots just doesn’t have the same ring to it.  So let’s stick with chips.  I made chocolate chips.  How cool is that?!  And of course the best part is: you. can. too!

In fact, it’s super easy.  So easy you’ll wonder why you’ve never made them before. {I’ve been wondering that myself all day}.  They are made from three simple ingredients: coconut oil, cocoa powder, and sweetener.  Done and done.

This recipe can also be used to make chocolate candy bars, which you could then customize however you feel like.  Add chili, cocoa nibs, crushed nuts, candied ginger… you name it!  Yum is the word.  All without unhealthy fats and sugars found in most hard chocolate.  Score?  I think so.

To make these sugar-free chocolate chips, I simply followed Chocolate Covered Katie’s recipe, used a liquid sweetener to taste instead of agave, and then poured the liquid chocolate mixture into a plastic bag for piping.  I cut one small corner off the bag and then piped as many dots {chips} onto parchment paper as I could. I then popped the pan of dots into the freezer, and before long I had sugar-free, healthy chocolate chips.

See what I mean?  Winning.


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