Soy Milk Chocolate Cups for Valentine's Day

These are soy milk chocolate truffles.
Pour into shiny aluminum cups and decorate for an easy and gorgeous dessert!

Ingredients: thirty 2 cm aluminum foil cups

200 g
Soy milk
60 ml
Fillings (nuts, etc.)
To your liking
Toppings (dragées, sprinkles, etc)
To your liking


1. Chop or break the chocolate into small pieces.
2. Heat soy milk in a saucepan and once it comes to a boil, turn it off, add the chocolate pieces, leave it for 1-2 minutes to melt chocolate completely.
3. Once the chocolate has melted, stir the saucepan well. *Add 2 teaspoons of rum if you like!
4. Drop fillings (nuts, etc) into the aluminum cups.
5. Transfer Step 3 into a pastry bag and squeeze into the aluminum cups.
6. Let it harden in room temperature for a few minutes and once the surface has slightly hardened, decorate with your favorite toppings.
7. For the Cookpad logo, I used coating chocolate. Engrave the logo with a toothpick.
8. Draw the engraved lines with a chocolate pen.
9. I used pre-made heart shaped mini tart molds. Drop a nut in each, squeeze in the chocolate, and top with the logo and other edible decorations.

Story Behind this Recipe

This is for Cookpad's Valentine's Day theme. This recipe is featured as the Cookpad logo for the Valentine season.

I used soy milk, as I don't like heavy cream or milk.

These mini chocolate cups were popular amongst my school friends in elementary and middle school!