Chocolate for Silicone Molds


  • Two sticks of soft butter.
  • A cup of sweetened and concentrated condensed milk.
  • Three tablespoons of powdered milk.
  • Three tablespoons of powdered sugar.
  • A cup of cocoa powder plain decent quality unsweetened.

The filling of:

  • Raisins.
  • Almonds.
  • Hazelnut.
  • Pistachio.

Preparation Method:

  • Bring the butter, then put it in a stainless-steel container or any container that conducts heat, and it should be non-glass.
  • Bring a liter of water, then put the container on the stove.
  • place the other heat-connected container on top of it so that it forms a cover for the bowl in a tight manner.
  • To make a water bath, and to cook the chocolate in it without direct heat that affects its taste or burning.
  • Put the butter in a bowl, and then stir it until it melts completely.
  • Put the powdered dry milk over the butter and stir the ingredients until they are homogeneous with each other.
  • Add the sugar and sweetened condensed milk and stir the mixture until it becomes thick and is in the water bath.
  • Add cocoa powder and stir continuously until we have a mixture of slightly dense chocolate.
  • Prepare the Silicone Molds for the chocolate.
  • Put the filling grains inside each mold as desired.
  • Pour the chocolate inside the molds.
  • Leave it until it cools at the temperature of the Kitchen.
  • Put it in the refrigerator until it becomes fully coherent.
  • Take it out of the molds and serve it cold with coffee, and aluminum foil can be used as an alternative to Silicone Molds as follows:
  • Put the chocolate mixture in another bowl.
  • Put it in the refrigerator until it cools and sticks slightly so that it is formed and divided with a spoon.
  • Get aluminum foil, and then cut it into medium sized squares.
  • Bring the chocolate from the refrigerator.
  • Put a spoonful of each aluminum sheet with one or more of the fillings, pressing it to be in the middle of the chocolate.
  • Wrap the chocolate as desired, tightening it and enabling it to take the desired shape.
  • Keep the chocolate chips in the refrigerator until they solidify and harden.

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