Milk Chocolate Recipe

Here’s a neat spin on chocolate. If you’re tired of the skinny chocolate, give this a go!

Start out by grinding your sweeteners. I love my little Mr. Coffee grinder I got at Wally-World for $18. I only use it for grinding sweetener so I don’t have to clean it very often. ๐Ÿ˜‰


Next whisk the sweetener, salt and vanilla in the coconut oil.


Then whisk in the heavy cream. Now, if you’re cream is cold, like mine was, it’s going to harden everything when you pour it in (see pic). Ha, so you might want to let it sit to room temp before adding it to the coconut oil.


Mix in the protein powder and cocoa powder. After I whiskedย it in, I microwaved it for 7 seconds. NO more than that. I didn’t want it to get warm and especially not hot or it will ruin. 7 seconds did the trick as you can see the difference in the chocolate as I put them in the little muffin tin liners.

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Milk Chocolate
Serves: 20-25 Little Muffin Tin Liners
  • ½ Cup Coconut Oil
  • 2 TBS Xylitol, Ground
  • 6 Packets Truvia, Ground
  • 1-2 Tiny Scoops Now Better Stevia Extract Powder
  • Pinch of Salt
  • ½ Tsp. Vanilla
  • ¼ Cup Heavy Cream (room temp.)
  • ½ Scoop Swanson's Whey Protein Powder
  • ¼ Cup 100% Cocoa Powder
  1. Grind Truvia and Xylitol.
  2. Whisk sweeteners, salt and vanilla in a bowl with the coconut oil.
  3. Add room temp. heavy cream
  4. Whisk in protein powder then cocoa powder.
  5. If it hardened up after putting in the cream, microwave for NO MORE than 7 seconds.
  6. Pour into mini baking cups or molds and freeze until hardened.
  7. Store in fridge.



  1. Laura says:

    This thank you is long overdue, but I wanted to let you know how much I appreciate this recipe!!! It’s amazing! I am not a dark chocolate fan & knew there had to be a milk chocolate version somewhere out there. I’ve been making this for over 6 months now & it satisfies that sweet craving I get from time to time. It’s also an incredibly adaptable recipe as I’ve made mint, orange & coconut versions of it as well using this recipe as a base. Tonight I tried “white chocolate” by leaving the cocoa out & it’s perfect! Thank you again for posting this & sharing your talents with the rest of us. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Jen says:

      You are so sweet Laura! Thank you so much for commenting!! I get so happy when I know others are benefitting from these recipes! Oooo I’ll have to try other flavors as well as the “white chocolate” one of these days! Sounds wonderful! ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Jen says:

      Hi Erin! I’ve never tried the milk chocolate recipe with stevia as the only sweetener…I’m hesitant to do so because stevia is pretty tricky to work with if it’s all you have for a sweetener in recipes like chocolate. The more you add, it could possibly make the chocolate taste bitter. I would maybe try just making half the recipe and taste testing as you add the stevia to your desired sweetness. Hope that helps!

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