Unsweetened Chocolate Baking Bar Recipes

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Should you bake chocolate bars?

Baking chocolate bars are created to melt quickly and smoothly, so if a recipe calls for baking chocolate, it’s best to use the bar form. If you’re a chocoholic, don’t be afraid to experiment a bit with cocoa in your baking. Try new brands, new types of baking chips and chocolates from around the world.

What is unsweetened baking chocolate?

Unsweetened baking chocolate is pure chocolate with no added sugar. It’s commonly used in brownies, fudge, chocolate icing and other recipes with an intense chocolate flavor. Since these sorts of recipes tend to contain lots of their own sugar, they don’t need any more from the chocolate.

Does unsweetened chocolate look like candy?

Anyone who has eaten a piece of a baking bar knows that while unsweetened chocolate may look like candy, it's definitely not. But in fact, unsweetened baking bars—more than any other kind of chocolate—most closely resemble how chocolate has been consumed for the better part of its 3,500-year history.

How do you harden unsweetened chocolate?

Chop unsweetened bakers chocolate bar into tiny pieces or cubes Slowly add sugar into the bowl with the chocolate and stir until texture is not grainy Pour the sweetened chocolate into a glass pan lined with foil Refrigerate for 2-4 hours until chocolate has hardened. Continue to store in the fridge.

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