• 2 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 2 Ingredients



  • 1 1/4 Chocolate Chips
  • 1/2 cup Coconut Oil (measured when solid)


  1. Melt chocolate chips and coconut oil in the microwave about 1 minute (depending on your microwave). Allow to sit a few minutes to allow the heat of the oil to melt the chocolate chips and then stir until smooth. It will be runny.
  2. Pour into a bottle. We used a recycled pickle relish bottle. (We recommend a glass bottle if you’re gonna refrigerate and then heat.)
  3. Store in the refrigerator (though in the summer it’s likely to stay liquidy unrefrigerated). To serve, heat the glass bottle (open cap) in the microwave for 30 seconds until liquid. Stir and continue heating at 30 second intervals if not liquid after the first 30 seconds. Pour over your favorite ice cream and in a few seconds you will see magic!

  • This brings back childhood memories. Thank you for sharing.


  • Oh yummy look at this


  • This is brilliant and it would work out so much cheaper than buying the original Choc topping. Could even add crushed nuts, hundreds and thousands or anything else our little hearts desire before it hardens. Thanks for sharing this idea


  • I cannot remember the last time I have magic shell ice cream topping, This kids used to absolutely love it.


  • Ice Magic does the job! My hubby loved it, but I’ve lost interst in buying it really.


  • Giving this a go tonight!


  • Sounds easy enough to make and on top of ice cream yum.


  • It doesn’t have to be chocolate chips. We use raw chocolate chips and those don’t melt very well. I melt a bar of raw chocolate with coconut oil also for a cake / brownie topping


  • So much better than the store bought. Thanks so much for sharing.


  • This is brilliant ! :)


  • Yummm so good and can be done for different desserts


  • Omg…that’s looks amazing. Thank you for sharing


  • Interesting idea to try.


  • I do love Ice Magic but seems like a lot of effort when you need to heat it each time.

    • Yes this heating and reheating doesn’t sound good. I would divide and store the amount in small pots so you don’t have to reheat the total amount again and again


  • Dang, that’s almost too easy
    My partner says Ice Magic here tastes weird so I guess this will be a good way to bring in some natural taste


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