Chocolate Covered Coffee Bean Candy

Enjoy the boost of a Chocolate Covered Coffee Bean Candy when you want that extra oomph, or if you just happen to be a die-hard coffee and chocolate addict. 

I was strangely surprised the first time I encountered chocolate covered coffee beans a few years ago.

I loved the chocolate coffee concept (I love the chocolate "anything" concept), but I wasn't too sure about chewing up a coffee bean. :)

They really are an unusual but interesting chocolate candy treat. If you have never tasted chocolate covered coffee or espresso bean candy, give it a try.

espresso beans

You can find some really yummy chocolate covered coffee beans online and I've added a great selection just below to give you a sampling of what is on offer. 

My sister raved about them when I got her some chocolate coffee beans on her last birthday. :-)

If you want to make something a little unusual for your next party, buy chocolate covered coffee bean candy in bulk to use for party favors. You can get favor bags and ties at Candyland Crafts and really impress your guests with this unique chocolate party favor.

Why not try your hand at making some chocolate coffee beans yourself? I've added a recipe below for your convenience.

Chocolate Covered Coffee Bean Candy Recipe

  • 1 1/2 cups of chocolate chips or pieces
  • 1 cup of roasted coffee beans

  1. Choose your chocolate. The better the quality of the chocolate, of course, the better tasting the results. You can use white, milk, semi-sweet, or dark chocolate. If you simply want to use chocolate chips, that's okay too. The choice is yours. 

    I like the choices available at
    Candyland Crafts for a simple, but still good quality selection.

  2. Choose your coffee beans. You need to get roasted beans or else roast the beans yourself for 15 minutes at 400 degrees Fahrenheit. You will find that Arabica beans will be the least bitter. 

  3. Melt the chocolate in the top of a double boiler over medium heat, stirring constantly until melted and smooth. Remove from heat and allow to cool slightly.

  4. Dip the coffee beans in the chocolate one at a time or several at once. Remove with a fork or a dipping tool and place on a waxed paper covered tray to set. Chill in the refrigerator if you want to speed the process up a bit. 

    Store the chocolate covered coffee beans in an airtight container. 

By the way, Candyland Crafts also carry hundreds of molds if you want your chocolate covered coffee bean candy to look really professional.

Consider the possibilities...

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