There are people out there that love white chocolate more than regular chocolate. Are you one of them?
We haven’t shared any white chocolate recipes before because white chocolate is almost impossible to find sugar-free, vegan or using healthy fats. So that left us with one thing to do – make our own!
Well this week, a white chocolate chip recipe seemed very fitting to share on the blog. White always symbolizes renewing, cleansing and a rebirth. It’s been a long winter and I am ready for all those great things! Let’s start celebrating a new season with delicious white chocolate using whole, natural, pure ingredients.
These white chocolate chunks are perfect for any recipe. They have amazing white chocolate flavor that is perfect for literally any dessert and tasty enough for snacking on their own. Not that we usually do that…
You’ll be happy to see how versatile white chocolate chips (or chunks) are. We made sure to test this recipe well to guarantee that these tasted great as is, baked or melted. They hold up great in baked treats and you can even omit the chilling part of the recipe to have warm melted chocolate to add to anything you can think of. It’s easy, simple and totally healthy. Enjoy these chocolate morsels right when a white chocolate craving hits! Enjoy!
Homemade White Chocolate Chips
1/2 cup Cacao Butter
1/2 cup Coconut Shreds
3/4 teaspoon Vanilla Extract
1 Tablespoon Protein Powder or Dry Milk Powder (non-dairy or dairy)
1/2- 1teaspoon Liquid Stevia, to taste
In a food processor or blender, blend up the coconut shreds for about 6-7 minutes, scraping the inside bowl periodically. You want to blend up the coconut shreds until it becomes coconut butter. While it is mixing, melt the cacao butter in the microwave or on the stove, on low heat until just melted.
Add the cacao butter to the coconut butter mixture. Add the vanilla, powder of choice and stevia and mix well. Pour the mixture into a small baking dish (smaller than an 8 by 8) or candy/chip molds. Place in the freezer for 30 minutes. Remove from the freezer and cut into squares or remove from molds. Keep chips covered in the fridge.
Aileen DiPascal says
Hi there, I’m very interested in trying your sugar free, vegan, white chocolate chips. I understand that you are sharing the receipe with everyone but I’m in the process of starting a sugar free, vegan banana bread company and I’d just prefer to buy them from you, rather than start somthing new by making my own ingredients. Would it be possible for you to send me a small sample that I can try, and perhaps persuade you girls to be my supplier? Let me know what you think!
These are fab! I baked with them in my favorite bread recipe and they were awesome and super creamy!
These were very good. Thanks!
Brooke J says
Wow def gonna try these!! Would it be messed up if I left out the stevia? Or should i replace this by honey or more vanilla extract? Can’t wait to taste ’em xxx
We like our desserts to be sweet, so we wouldn’t suggest leaving out the stevia, especially if you plan on eating any plain. If using to bake, you could probably get by. :) Hope you love them!
Looks so pretty! Will try soon! Cant wait!
Kelly @ hidden fruits and veggies says
I love white chocolate but limit it because it’s basically just a bar of fatty sugar milk. LOVE this recipe for chips! They sound perfect (and like I might just eat them by the handful. No judgement zone?)
Thanks, Kelly! You can definitely eat these by the handful – no judgement at all! :)