Homemade Chocolate Candy Recipes







Homemade Chocolate candy Recipes


Incredible delicious low fat homemade chocolate candy recipes.Homemade Chocolate candy can combine rich flavor and some healthy factors. In fact you can even find a number of chocolate recipes that use low fat ingredients.

Healthy eating should be a part of everyone's dietary regimen but you should also be able to enjoy an occasional treat. Many of your favorite recipes can be transformed to lower calorie, lower fat versions with only a few substitutions of ingredients.

Homemade Chocolate candy Recipes:

When you use chocolate to create a special dessert or family treat always be sure that you are using a high quality product. The better the quality of the chocolate the more pleased you will be with the textures, taste and appearance of the finished dish.

As far as nutrition is concerned you should be aware that there is less than 1 gram of fat in each tablespoon of unsweetened cocoa powder. In an average square of baking chocolate there are approximately 14 grams of fat. However this fat content will also be spread out among all of the individual servings.

Many dishes add extra grams of fat due to ingredients such as heavy cream, margarine or butter. When you avoid these additional ingredients you can help limit the amount of dietary fat you will be consuming.

Chocolate and cocoa contain anti-oxidants, protein and fiber. All of these components are healthy for your body and can help promote better health. The rich, satisfying taste of treats made with these ingredients make it possible to satisfy that ‘sweet tooth' craving with just a small serving. This will also help you keep those calories and fat grams under control.

The next time you have a craving for something sweet why don't you try this Homemade Chocolate candy recipe that uses fruit as the highlighted ingredient? After all no one ever said that candy can not be healthy.

If you are looking for a relatively low-fat chocolate recipe this is perfect because it requires no additional sugars, shortening, cream or butter.

Homemade Chocolate candy Recipes:

4 ounces of baking chocolate

2 pounds of grapes- any seedless variety

½ teaspoon ground cinnamon

2 ½ tablespoons of cocoa powder (unsweetened)

Directions

Rinse grapes in a colander and then allow them to dry on a layer of absorbent paper towels.

Transfer the grapes to a bowl and place them in the produce drawer of your refrigerator where the fruit can chill for 4-6 hours.

Use a sharp knife to dice the chocolate squares into small bits. (This will make it easier for the candy to be melted.)

Place a sheet of parchment paper in a jelly-roll pan.

Mix the cinnamon and cocoa powder together and add to a hand held sifter or small spice shaker.

Melt the chocolate in the top half of a double boiler.

Stir with a wooden spoon or a rubber spatula.

Do not allow the water to reach a boil-keep the heat at a medium to medium-high setting.

Remove the grapes from the refrigerator.

Add the chocolate mixture to the bowl of grapes.

Use the spatula or spoon to gently stir the grapes to help the coating of chocolate adhere smoothly to each piece of fruit.

Add the cinnamon and cocoa powder to the grapes by shaking these spices over the fruit.

Transfer the grapes to the jelly-roll pan, cover with plastic wrap and then place them back in the fridge until ready to serve.

This is a chocolate candy recipe that is well suited for any occasion, but it is best when you can choose grapes that are fresh and in season.




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