I love chocolate. In fact, I’m a little obsessed with chocolate. I had a long conversation the other day about how I was going to find a chocolate dragon and slay it and take all its chocolate loot. My friend, who offered to help me slay the dragon, proceeded to not assume he could have some of the chocolate, but to ask nicely if I would share. I almost had to stop and consider my answer before saying that I would in fact share my chocolate.
But that’s the thing about chocolate. Sharing is fun. It’s fun to have by yourself, it’s fun to have with friends, and it’s also fun to smear across your skin. And these recipes will let you do all three.
Now, I’d love to give you the full recipes here. But that privilege must be reserved for readers of Simply Gluten Free Magazine, since that’s where the recipes are printed. Some of you reading this are here from the article. But for those of you just reading my blog, go snag your own copy at your local store!
OK, have you got your magazine now? Sweet (pun totally intended). Now here’s the links to all the ingredients and the downloads for the cute labels!
The Promised Goods
In the article, I gave y’all a link sending you to this page. In it, I promised links and the cute labels displayed in the pictures. Check it out below!
There’s a total of 5 recipes in the article. However the ingredients have a lot of overlap, which makes it cheaper and easier to make them all! I grabbed all my ingredients from Amazon, and these are the ones I used:
- Cocoa Butter
- Cacao Powder
- Coconut Oil
- Olive Oil
- Vanilla Extract
- Brown Sugar
- Bentonite Clay
- Vitamin E
Containers, Molds and Label Links
For all the tools you probably don’t have lying around that you need, here’s the links to those too.
Labels + Designs
And because I like cute things and organizing things and giving things away, here’s allll the labels I made for these containers!
Buy these labels exactly-
Then print these PDFs full size, on the round labels:
Just peel them off and stick them straight on and you’re done!
Print this PDF full size on top of the small labels:
For the lip balm, it’s a little trickier. I decided to go for the easy-to-find labels instead of something more obscure. So these are just normal return address labels. To get the lip balm labels, after you print them, cut them in half. Peel off one half and stick it on. And done!