Can I make chocolate crackles without Copha?

Can I make chocolate crackles without Copha?

Can I make chocolate crackles without Copha?

A bunch of people asked for Chocolate Crackles with no Copha, so here you are! Refined coconut oil is processed so it does not have a coconut taste, and works great here. Then for the second version, melted dark chocolate replaces some of the coconut oil.

What can you use instead of Copha to make chocolate?

Expert Tips. What can I substitute for copha? Copha will always give you the best chocolate crackle crunch, but you can substitute it for coconut oil, melted butter, or melted chocolate (remove the cocoa powder if you’re using chocolate).

Can you make chocolate crackles with butter?

You can use butter As I don’t like the idea of using a vegetable shortening with trans-fats in it, I replaced the Copha with butter. The crackles came out just fine and the Rice Krispies stuck together nicely, just like I remember them doing with the vegetable shortening that was used in the past.

Is Copha just coconut oil?

Copha is a popular vegetable shortening and a key ingredient in the much-loved kids party recipe, chocolate crackles. Copha is made with more than 99% coconut oil and less than 1% soy lecithin. It’s gluten free, contains no palm oil and remains stable in room temperature up to 36 degrees Celsius.

How do you make homemade crackling chocolate?


  1. Chop the chocolate roughly. Take it in a heat proof bowl and place it on a sauce pan containing water.
  2. Cook until chocolate melts. When it is melted fully, add rice krispies.
  3. Mix well. Take your chocolate mould and keep it ready.
  4. Refrigerate atleast for an hour.

Can you make chocolate crackles with melted chocolate?

Place the chopped dark chocolate in a heatproof bowl and set over a saucepan of simmering water (don’t let the bowl touch the water). Stir until melted. 2. Stir Coco Pops® cereal into the melted chocolate, ensuring evenly coated.

Can I use vegetable oil instead of Copha?

Substitute for Copha For better browning you can replace 50% of the Copha called for in the recipe with butter and 50% with vegetable shortening OR coconut oil.

What does Copha do to chocolate?

If you are melting chocolate to pour over the top of a slice, I would highly recommend adding in 1-2 tablespoons of coconut oil (or copha) to the chocolate before you melt it. This will make it much easier to spread over the slice and will help you to cut perfect little pieces once it’s set.

How do you make crackling chocolate?


  1. In a large bowl, mix the Kellogg’s® Rice Bubbles®, icing sugar, cocoa & coconut.
  2. Slowly melt the copha® in a saucepan over a low heat. Allow to cool slightly. Add to Rice Bubbles mixture, stirring until well combined.
  3. Spoon mixture into paper patty cases and refrigerate until firm.

Can you use vegetable oil instead of Copha?

What is Cadbury crackle made of?

Technical Details

Specialty ‎Vegetarian
Ingredients ‎Sugar/ milk solids (19%)/ Cocoa butter/ rice crispies 11%*(Rice flour/ sugar/wheat flour/ malt extract/ salt)/ Cocoa solids/ Emulsifiers (442/ 476). Contains added flavour ( Nature identical and artificial (ethylvanillin) flavouring substances. Allergen

What is Crackle chocolate made of?

Chocolate crackles

Alternative names Chocolate bubble cakes
Place of origin Australia
Main ingredients Rice Bubbles, desiccated coconut
Cookbook: Chocolate crackles