black and white almond butter cups vegan and dairy free
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Vegan Black and White Almond Butter Cups

These Vegan Black and White Almond Butter Cups are dairy free, soy free, egg free, and peanut free. They are a great allergy free chocolate candy for kids and parents with food allergies. They are rich and creamy, plus so easy to make.
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Servings: 10 cups
Author: Emily Meyer | Eat or Drink

Ingredients

Dark Chocolate Layer

White Chocolate Layer

Almond Butter Filling

Instructions

  • Line a cupcake tray with cupcake liners.

Dark Chocolate Instructions

  • Microwave all dark chocolate ingredients in 30-second intervals. Be sure to not exceed 30-second intervals to ensure you do not burn the chocolate. Mix thoroughly with a whisk after microwaving for 30 seconds. It should only take about a minute total.
  • Pour the chocolate into the bottom of your cupcake liners. Swirl your pan around so the chocolate coats the edges. Then freeze until solid - could take about 30 minutes. You want it frozen so that it doesn’t melt when you do the next layer.

White Chocolate Instructions

  • You'll want to melt this mixture on the stove as the cocoa butter takes longer to melt. In a small pot on the stove add cocoa butter wafers and coconut oil. Melt ingredients on medium-low until completely melted.
  • Pour the melted fats into a high powered blender and add in the rest of your white chocolate ingredients. Blend until smooth and creamy.

Assembly Instructions

  • Once the dark chocolate is frozen spoon about 1 teaspoon of almond butter onto the center of each cup. Spread the almond butter down slightly with a spoon.
  • Pour on the white chocolate mixture. You'll want to fill the cupcake liners nearly all the way up with the white chocolate mixture.
  • Freeze or refrigerate until solid. You can enjoy them frozen or refrigerated.

Notes

Some notes on texture:
If you want a fudgy chocolate texture then keep them in the fridge.
If you want a harder chocolate texture then keep them in the freezer.
For an even harder dark chocolate only add in half as much dairy-free milk to your dark chocolate mixture.