Chai Spiced Chocolate


chai spiced chocolates

We all know certain spices taste awesome when combined with chocolate. Well, I – being the spice crazed girl that I am – decided to make Chai Spiced Chocolates using cardamom, cinnamon, fennel seeds, cloves and sea salt. The combination turned out to be perfect – sweet, salty and warming – just like a cup of my masala chai only in the form of solid chocolate.

These chai chocolates are so simple to make. Just melt ghee in a double boiler and add freshly ground spices and then chocolate. Pour into a cute mold and then put into the refrigerator for an hour until solid. If you have any leftover chocolate, just spread it out onto parchment paper and make some chai chocolate bark.

These chai spiced chocolate candies are like an explosion of sweet chai masala in a tiny chocolatey morsel. The spices in this recipe take this chocolate to another level. If I had a candy bar company, I’d make and sell these masala chai chocolate bars and make a fortune amongst foodies. They are incredible.

I gave one of these sweets to Rob (hubby) without giving him any details about what was in them… and he replied with “this tastes like chai!” So, yes – this really does taste like chai. And it’s awesome. And if you make this, please tell me how delicious it is!

Chai Spiced Chocolate

Chai Spiced Chocolate

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  • Grind cardamom, fennel seeds and cloves in a coffee grinder.
  • Melt ghee in a double boiler, add the ground spices, cinnamon and salt and mix well. Then add chocolate.
  • Once the chocolate is melted, pour it into mold then pop in fridge until solid.
  • Enjoy this amazing chocolate.
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  1. Deanna says

    5 stars
    These were delicious, despite the fact that I forgot the cinnamon and salt in the first batch. Perhaps changing # 2 in the directions to the following would help those of us who are crazy multi-taskers to stay on point:
    2.Melt ghee in a double boiler, add all of the ground spices and the cinnamon and salt and mix well.

    This recipe was fast and the flavor was wonderful. Next time I will grind the spices a little finer to avoid a bite of spice, but otherwise these were perfect. Thank you for sharing such great recipes!

    • Deanna says

      5 stars
      I continue to make these over and over. This is a fast recipe, they look great out of the fun mold I have. The chocolate has a great snap to it and the spices make these an amazing treat at the end of any meal (or any time). I made these for a friend’s birthday party that I had last night and he couldn’t quit eating them, they are that great. In fact, the menu last night was mostly your dishes – these chocolates, Curried Tomato Soup, Navratan Korma, and Masala Cauliflower – everything was so delicious. Thanks for making me look great in the kitchen 🙂


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