Thursday, December 16, 2010

Easy Homemade Chocolates - No cook version

I know most of us love chocolates, but I like sweets more than chocolates. I had seen a video so wanted to give a try and for this reason got a tin of condensed milk....hmm ok I agree, I had few eggless cakes in mind too :) Christmas is round the corner and so here I am with these easy no cook homemade chocolates as a first treat.

I like and respect the way each festival is celebrated with their own customs and traditions.Been brought up in a Christian institution Christmas was also a part of me. I am fond of watching the crib decoration , the christmas tree, the santa clause, the star being tied outside each house, the yummy cakes and the elaborate meal which includes the special biriyani and what not?! I used to even visit churches with my close friend during our college days and have special lunch served at her place. Last year we even hanged a star in our home and am planning to do it this year too :)
Easy Homemade Chocolates Recipe



Ingredients:
  • Milk Maid - 1/4 cup
  • Drinking Chocolate - 2.5 tbsp
  • Icing Sugar - 2.5 tbsp
  • Coco Powder - 3/4 tbsp
  • Milk Powder - 2 tbsp
  • Mixed nuts - 1 tbsp broken [optional]
Method:
  1. First mix drinking chocolate, coco powder, milk powder and icing sugar well till all are evenly mixed.

  2. Next add the condensed milk little by little to the above milk powder mixture and mix well. It will form a slightly sticky dough.

  3. Grease your palm with little butter, Pinch a small portion from the dough and roll them into balls or required shapes. You can add nuts inside and roll them into balls too. Garnish few nuts on top for the extra crunchy taste.

  4. Refrigerate them for an hour or two and your chocolates are ready to be served. Enjoy eating!!


Easy Homemade Chocolates Recipe

These homemade chocolates are very easy to make which takes only around 30mins for the whole process excluding refrigerating time. To be frank these were not exactly like the shop bought ones but sure did not fail to please any chocolate lover. Proof is my daughter who was wandering around the fridge till the chocolates got emptied. Since this is the first time I am trying, I halved the recipe and got around 8-10 small chocolates....It depends on size and shape we make too.

Isnt that easy?! Just mix, refrigerate and your chocolates are ready in no time. It is as simple and easy as it sounds there is no complicated steps, so anyone can try this. I luv the nuts in chocolates so all my share of chocolates had nuts in it both inside and outside :)

Easy Homemade Chocolates Recipe

Written by: SHARMILEE J

42 comments:

  1. Cute presentation Sharmi, perfect with pink and chocolates are good too... feel like grabbing some right away :)
    (wondering drinking chocolate means chocolate syrup?)

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  2. @Nimi : Thank u for those lovely words! Drinking chocolate is a powder which we can mix with milk and drink like boost, maltova etc. Its easily available in leading super markets

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  3. yummy! you could have cut them into squares like fudge. anyway shape doesn't matter ;)

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  4. Wow!gr8 sharmi u keep on posting very yummy recipes.. always "the presentation" is more important n ur taste is gr8 in that way... the pictures u've taken so far for each recipes r superb n has a professional touch...keep rocking..marry chirstmas!!

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  5. Hey super.. :) they looks really tempting :) and I just wonder why you thought the pics are not great!!!.. they are absolutely gorgeous :)

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  6. Hey Shamilee!!

    Lovely chocolates dear...God i have so much baking to do too...Yet to start making!!:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  7. That looks glossy and perfect the homemade chocolate.

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  8. it would be a favorite dish for kids...i hve seen this in a tv show...yup...so easy toprepare without cook....

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  9. Quick and beautiful looking chocolates, would love to munch some..

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  10. Such cute little chocolates they look devine.

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  11. wow..easy breezy chocolates..Iam sure to try this out..

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  12. i have tried this recipe...So yummy chocolates...The milkmaid and milkpowder really makes the chocolate tastes heavenly... :) well tried sharmi..

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  13. bookmarked..definitely going to giv a try..thanks dear for sharing..:)
    Tasty appetite

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  14. Lovely treats for this festive season..

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  15. Wow!!!!!!! A chocoholics delight, indeed :)


    US Masala

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  16. They look divine..superb, bookmarked.

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  17. Beautiful chocolates and really festive sharmi.. The pictures are beautiful as well...

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  18. This looks awesome...mouth watering.

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  19. wow!! wow!! so cute and delicious..looks so perfect!! good job..

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  20. Looks like I missed all your new post. I should re add your link to my reader as it doesn't shows the new post.
    Delicous looking home made chocolate.

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  21. Love those delicious chocolate!!

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  22. This looks soo cute and lovely...Looks too good Sharmi!!

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  23. That does sound super easy. I need kids activities during the holiday and I can envision a few happy hrs with these and the kids. Thanks!

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  24. Lovely chocs . nice treat for x'mas :)

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  25. Heavenly!! Combi of COndensed milk , milk powder , drinking choco... all the lovely items from the yummy isles..

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  26. Chocolates are so nice! recipe also sounds simple! Pics pink theme is gud!

    also love the muffins. red bg is great and it enhances the texture of muffins!

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  27. Wowwwww.. looks so cute and delicious.. perfect presentation.. thanks for the recipe :)

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  28. Now this is the kind of sweet that I would like to make - easy, quick and delicious! Bookmarked.

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  29. mouth watering recipe.. book marked..u got a nice space, with yummy recipes:)

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  30. wonderful...you have made my work of preparing edible gifts much more simpler...Thanks.
    Reva.
    www.kaarasaaram.com

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  31. Hi sharmee....jus wanna know what can be substituted for milk powder? Can we use fresh milk for that? or anything else?

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