Recipe: Homemade Chocolate Magic Shell

Aug 27, 2021

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Last updated on January 31st, 2023 at 03:16 pm

Growing up my mom used to buy this delicious minty chocolate sauce in a bottle that would form this delightful magic chocolate shell the moment it came in contact with ice cream.  As kids, we thought it was so fun, but as an adult, I can’t help but wonder what chemicals and preservatives they used in order to great this magic.

The kids and I love making homemade ice cream, which made me think of this chocolate sauce, so I decided to experiment – and it worked beautifully.

recipe magic chocolate shell

My kids are hooked, and I am so glad to be able to share a little of my childhood minus the toxins.

I recently found this delicious grass-fed chocolate bar with clean ingredients that I used as the base, added a tablespoon of coconut oil, and then a few drops of therapeutic grade peppermint essential oil for the minty flavor.

Our favorite way to eat this magic chocolate shell is over homemade vanilla ice cream.

Happy eating!

Please note: make sure you use pure essential oil so you’re not accidentally adding synthetic chemicals or other vegetable oils and harmful fillers into your diet.

Homemade Magic Chocolate Shell

A simple but oh so delicious recipe for my childhood magic shell chocolate sauce.

  • 2 alter eco grass-fed classic milk bars
  • 1½ tbsp coconut oil
  • 1-3 drops peppermint essential oil (optional)
  1. Break the chocolate bars into smaller pieces, and place them in a double broiler. Gently melt the chocolate over medium heat,

  2. Once melted stir in the coconut oil and peppermint oil.

  3. Allow the chocolate sauce to cool for a few minutes, before storing it in a glass mason jar and topping your ice cream.

This chocolate sauce can be stored for up to two weeks at room temperature.

Stir well before using.

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