How To Make Chocolate Covered Coffee Beans?

How To Make Chocolate Covered Coffee Beans?

Coffee or chocolate — which one gives you energy? In fact, both are good energy boosters because of the caffeine content in it. The caffeine content in each varies depending on the chocolate used for coating and the roasted coffee bean used. This recipe is not a tough task to accomplish. With just a few ingredients, one can prepare it in a jiffy.

You can consume this as a snack or even as quick energy bites — carry it in a small Ziploc and munch on whenever you feel that you require an energy boost. However, an overdose of these chocolate coffee beans can also be harmful because of the over intake of caffeine. Our Keezanthoor Arabica coffee beans, which are flavoursome with a hint of spice and pleasant aroma, enhance the chocolate coffee bean recipe with a unique flavor. Every morsel creates a palette of sweetness, chocolate, and bitterness in one’s mouth.

Our recipe is easy to prepare and one should be extra careful while tempering the chocolate compound. Chop the chocolate compound into small pieces and pop into a microwave safe bowl to melt the chocolate in a microwave at high power for 30 seconds to one minute at 30-second intervals. Check it every 30 seconds and stir the chocolate to evenly melt it.

The best quality coffee bean gives an extra boost of energy along with a unique flavour. Your choice of coffee bean will definitely change the flavour of the chocolate coffee beans. You can use these chocolate coffee beans to prepare coffee-filled Vanilla ice cream or as garnishes for a dessert. You can be creative by churning it with two scoops of strawberry ice cream to get a crunchy bite in your dessert. You can also roll it in powdered sugar or nut flakes or desiccated coconut to create different flavours. See more info at


100 gm Pascati Dark organic chocolate/white chocolate (preferably compound)

1/3 cup Only Organic Roasted Coffee Beans


Chop chocolate bar in small pieces.

Pop into a microwave-safe bowl or you can also use the double-boiler method (boil water in a thick-bottomed pan and place a heatproof bowl with the chopped chocolate on top of the water, in such way that it is just touching the water. Keep stirring your chocolate until completely melted. However, be careful that no water droplets fall into the melted chocolate).

Melt the chocolate on high power for 40 seconds to 1 minute at intervals of 30-seconds.

Immerse Only Organic Roasted Coffee Beans in hot melted chocolate.

Stir the Only Organic Roasted Coffee Beans using a fork, spread each coffee bean on a baking sheet or butter paper, and pop into the fridge for 5 minutes.

You can also roll it in desiccated coconut or powdered sugar or white chocolate chips.

You can add a second coat of the same chocolate or a different chocolate type to create innovative flavors.

The sky is the limit for this recipe and you can be creative to any extent. Now, stop reading and start making this delectable chocolate recipe, click to find out more.

Nutritional facts

20 numbers

Calories 528kcal

Protein 7 g

This chocolate covered coffee beans is rich in calories and minerals.

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