Skip to content
Don't Miss This Popcorn Premiere! Try Our Newest Spice Set Of Three Popcorn Seasonings
Don't Miss This Popcorn Premiere! Try Our Newest Spice Set Of Three Popcorn Seasonings

Test Kitchen Approved

Chocolate Brew Beans

Recipe By Dia Sikorski, Savory Spice—Bend, OR

Prep Time

10 Minutes

Cooking Time

5 Minutes

Recipe By Dia Sikorski, Savory Spice—Bend, OR

A little messy but a lot of fun to make, these caffeinated nibbles are great for holiday gifts or party favors.

Serving Suggestions

Serve as is or use for garnish/decoration on desserts.

Recipe Notes

From recipe author: “These beans are great for packaging up as gifts or party favors in cellophane bags or decorative glass jars. Keep some in your desk drawer or on the coffee table for a caffeinated treat.”

Ingredients

1.5 cups whole roasted coffee beans (of your choice)

1 cups dark or semisweet chocolate chips




Savory Spice ingredients in this recipe

  • Dutch Cocoa Powder

    Cocoa powder comes from beans that grow in pods on the Theobroma cacao tree. Native to many South American countries, these trees now grow all arou...

    View full details
  • Honey Powder

    Honey powder, like liquid honey, can be used as a sweetener or flavoring. In powder form, the consistency is much easier to maintain, making it per...

    View full details
  • Baker's Brew Coffee Spice

    The aroma you’ll smell when you open this is sure to get your mind racing about the delectable desserts you can make. While we had desserts in mind...

    View full details

Directions

In microwave or using a double boiler, melt chocolate, stirring occasionally, until smooth and creamy. Remove from heat and stir in coffee beans, coating all beans with chocolate. In a small bowl, combine cocoa powder, Baker's Brew and honey powder. One tablespoon at time, drop chocolate coated beans into cocoa blend and toss them with a slotted spoon or fork until beans are coated well and separated. Place cocoa coated beans into a mesh strainer and gently sift over another bowl to remove excess powder. Transfer cocoa coated beans to a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Continue process with the remaining wet chocolate beans. As needed, combine the two bowls of cocoa powder blend together in one bowl to keep enough dry blend for tossing the beans. Let the finished cocoa covered beans set completely before storing in a covered container.