These delicate homemade chocolate bars are cute DIY Valentine’s Day gifts! With simple household packing materials and multiple options, you can choose one of these gifts for your Valentine’s Day!
How to make homemade chocolate bars
This recipe made with homemade chocolate bars makes it the simplest type of chocolate. Inspired by Compartes Chocolate, each ingredient is filled with layers and you can find it almost anywhere.
First choose the type of chocolate you want. In this recipe, I used to be almost sweet, but you can easily use milk, dark things, or even bitter.
Melt all chocolate in a boiling pot. After fusion, remove it from the heat, but place the container over the container so that it does not cool quickly.
Pour the chocolate into a silicone mold.
Decorate it with your favorite toppings, let it stand for about 15 minutes, then transfer it to the fridge to completely harden it. When cooling, it is very easy to take it out of the mold and wrap!
How to pack homemade chocolate bars
This is my favorite part! It is so easy to make these homemade chocolate packages so anyone can do this … even if you don’t consider yourself a cunning person.
First cut 3.5 x 8 inch brown kraft paper tape. You can also recycle kraft paper bag.
Use stamps stamps and stamps to seal letters. Try to line them up. I’m not perfect, but I also love to bring a local look to these bars.
Take a piece of red building paper and fold it in half. Cut small hearts of different sizes and stick one side of kraft paper to create a 3D effect.
Wrap each strip in a transparent cellophane bag and stick on excess tape of tape with tape, similar to a gift wrap.
Cover each strip with kraft paper and apply the tape on the back. It’s that simple!
Customize DIY chocolate bar
There are four different types and almost everyone has a chocolate bar! From other important people for your family, to your best friends.
I created 4 sections based on these interesting love messages:
Let’s keep in mind: Fill an entire bar with minted oreo sugar crushed cubes (I forget how good it is).
Don’t go from bacon to my heart: Sprinkle homemade bacon on a chocolate bar. It is the perfect balance between sweet and salty.
I love you berries: this bar is covered with strawberry and dried berries. In terms of taste, this is my favorite!
You are a nice waffle: tear up beautiful pancakes and sprinkle them on top.
But the options are endless! You can easily make custom chocolate bars or use different types of these same letters – I use Corn Berry pills as raspberries!
These homemade chocolate bars make for the cutest DIY Valentine’s Day gifts – complete with easy homemade wrappings.
- 1 waffle cone + sprinkles
- A handful of freeze dried strawberries and blueberries
- 3 strips candied bacon + sea salt
- 5 mint Oreo cookies
- 4 chocolate molds
- 15 oz your choice of chocolate
- To make the candied bacon, preheat your oven to 350F and place three strips on a cooling rack over a baking sheet. Sprinkle the tops with brown sugar and bake for 15 minutes. Flip, sprinkle more sugar, and bake for another 15 minutes. Let them cool completely before chopping and adding to the chocolate.
- Place a heat-proof bowl over a pot of simmering water. Melt all of your chocolate then remove the pot from the heat with the bowl still on top. You’ll want to keep it over the pot so the chocolate doesn’t start to harden.
- Wipe down the bottom of your bowl as there will be some condensation on there. You don’t want that to drip into your molds. Pour the chocolate into the molds and level with an offset spatula.
- Top each chocolate bar with the designated ingredients. Let them sit at room temperature for about 15 minutes then carefully transfer to the fridge. They should harden within 20 minutes.
- Carefully remove them from their molds and wrap. These instructions are listed above. Enjoy!