Peanut Butter Chocolate Candy Bars. Chocolate Coconut Candy. This is a great summer-y recipe that is fun and easy to make, it is healthy, resembles the bounty candy bar (or mounds bar depending which part of the planet you are living on) and it will also get you singing “coconut woman” !
What else could you ask from a candy bar? Makes 25 bars filling 1 cup dates 1/2 cup water 3 cups coconut flakes 1/4 cup coconut oil 2 tbsp ground flaxseed coating 150gr raw cacao butter 4 tbsp raw cacao powder 2 tbsp agave nectar Soak dates in water for 20 minutes to soften. Using a fork, dip one by one the coconut candy to coat with chocolate. Easy Homemade Candy Bars. I don’t know about you, but I love graham crackers slathered in peanut butter.
They make a really great snack and satisfy a sweet craving quickly. I also love those chocolate dipped graham crackers you get at Starbucks. Mmmm. So when a friend of mine mentioned combining all that wonderfulness into a homemade candy bar I was sold. These are very easy to make and kids and adults alike will love them! I did also try putting Nutella in the middle of these but it has a much thinner consistency than peanut butter does so it didn’t work too well. Notes: I’ve also included a no frills video below that shows how I shake the excess chocolate off the bars to keep the melted chocolate from pooling. My kids loved these, but my 13 year old was infatuated. Easy Homemade Candy Barsprintable version graham crackerspeanut butter (you can mix with Nutella if you like)Ghirardelli dipping chocolate or almond bark Cut graham crackers into individual pieces using a sharp knife.
Here’s the video :) Lavender Honey Caramel Candy Bars. Honey, lavender and caramel flavors gently combine to add a little something extra to this homemade gourmet candy bar.
What a night we had making these. It’s so tiring to laud one’s own genius for that long. [Too true. –B.] I want to have some humility but this is definitely on my short list of favorites. Talk about a process, though! But we promise they are worth it. Better go running! For the lavender honey caramel 1 cup milk 1 ½ cups heavy cream 2 teaspoons dried lavender buds ¾ cup unsalted butter ¾ cup honey 1 ¾ cups sugar 2 teaspoons vanilla extract ½ teaspoon salt For the cookie base: 1 large egg, at room temperature 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract 2 cups all-purpose flour 3/4 cup powdered sugar 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt 1/2 teaspoon baking powder 10 tablespoons unsalted butter (1 1/4 sticks), cold and cut into small pieces For the chocolate coating: Dark chocolate Prepare your pan by greasing it with butter then lining the bottom with parchment paper. Heat oven to 375°F. Red, White and Blue Raspberry Candy Bars.
How cute is that?
Imagine the shock and awe on your friends and families faces when they bite into a seemingly normal looking candy bar and BAM! It's red white and blue! I confess the red and white stripes won't be the easiest thing you've ever done. I actually rolled my cookie dough through my pasta maker....and cookie dough is just slighly too soft for that to really go perfectly. You might be better off just doing three stripes and hand rolling...it's a toss up. One of the keys to success for this recipe is white food dye. The nougat you can flavor in any way you like. I hope you enjoy this recipe, and if you need a couple other red, white or blue recipes here are my others: So if you're ready to jump into making some red, white and blue raspberry candy bars let's get this happening!
Red White and Blue Raspberry Candy Bars for the nougat: 2 cups sugar 2/3 cup corn syrup ½ cup water 2 egg whites 1 teaspoon vanilla red food coloring white food coloring Begin by making the nougat. Cherry "Ripe-Off" Candy Bars. Cherry preserves, chopped sour cherries and coconut formed into bars and covered in chocolate: our spin-off of the Australian candy bar Cherry Ripe.
Butchie is back! It's about time. In case you have no clue who Butchie is, or your memory doesn't the span the last, oh, say......two months.....Butchie is one of my best friends....who coincidentally fell off the face of the planet when she got herself a wonderful boyfriend. I want to blame her but I can't. He's a good man, and a good man can really outweigh baked goods.....well.....now and then.
So, I had to lure her back. Felice recommended the Australian Cherry Ripe, a Cadbury confection complete with cherries, which dear Butchie loves. Disclaimer: We had no clue what we were doing. S'mores Candy Bars. Chocolate again today!
In fact, we're making candy bars at the Humble household. Over the last year I've noticed an increasing number of custom candy bars being offered online. Candy makers have finally put a choke hold on chocolate lovers by offering to craft their ultimate, personal chocolate bar. Who can resist that? Chocolate, any way YOU want it. Of course, making personalized chocolate bars is something that we've had the ability to do for ages.