Author: Sara Kosmetski
Raw Vegetarian Dairy Free Gluten Free Nut Free Soy Free
This icing is AMAZING on the RAW brownies!
Use this as icing on your raw brownies and the crowd will go WILD! Use it alone with a spoon and you can have a decadent dessert. This is also a great dip for fruit!
- 2 cups raw cacao butter (1 pound)
- 1 cup raw sugar (or honey)
- 2 cups raw cacao powder
Make sure all your utensils and dishes for making this are completely dry. Any bit of water that gets into the chocolate will ruin it and the texture will not remain smooth.
In the bottom of a double boiler bring some water up to just before boiling and turn off heat. In the top of double broiler add the cacao butter and stir until completely melted. Vigorously whisk in the other ingredients for a good 5 minutes to make sure it comes together (if you don't whisk fast and hard, the sugars will separate from the finished chocolate).
Pour finished chocolate into desired containers (plastic works well). You can use muffin trays to make individual chocolates. You can add nuts or raisins if you like. Put in the refrigerator or freezer to set. When hardened, pack into air tight containers and keep refrigerated to ensure freshness.
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