Wednesday, 20 July 2016

Homemade Oats Chocolates - Recipe

Hello Everyone

Do you want a healthier version of chocolates that you can relish without feeling guilty? Then I have a quick recipe to make these yummy Oat Chocolates at home in no time..
Ingredients Required:
Oats – 1 ½ Cups
Cocoa Powder – 5 tbsp
Unsalted Butter – 3 tbsp
Sugar – 1 ½ Cups
Milk Powder – 125 gms
Vanilla Extract – 1 tbsp
Water – ½ Cup

Method:
1. Mix sugar in water in a pan, turn on the flame and bring it to boil. Keep the liquid on the low flame until it turns into one string consistency syrup.

2. Turn the flame off. Add butter and vanilla extract to the syrup. Mix until the butter melts and all ingredients in the pan blend nicely.

3. Now start pouring the milk powder and cocoa powder into the syrup while whisking all ingredients in the pan smoothly.

4. When the mixture turns into silky, runny batter without any lumps, add oats and stir to combine.

5. Pour spoonful of mixture onto greased chocolate molds of different shapes and let it cool at room temperature for some time.

6. Lastly, refrigerate the chocolate molds until the chocolates get hardened. And the yummy homemade chocolates are ready to satiate your cravings. These chocolates can be stored in airtight containers for few days.

Tip: you may cover the mold with a cling sheet during refrigeration to avoid the layer of ice being formed on top of chocolates.

Hope you love these delicious delights ;) Do let me know your views in comments below.


12 comments:

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    1. yeah, that's why these are enjoyed more ;)

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  2. Good recipe , i have made chocolates at home but without oats :-)

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    1. so do these have a chance to be ur fav ;)

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  3. Amazing recipe Shilpa. I have bookmarked the tab :)

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  4. A healthy version! Looks great!

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  5. thaxs dar, i know how to make chocolate but adding oat is the best healthy Idea ,I get from you. you have taken my worry of making eat oats without forcing kids to eat

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    1. this is the actual concern dear :) glad u found it useful.

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