- 500 grams Descicated coconut
- 100 grams Maple syrup, (or less)
- 2 tbsp cocoa powder
- 1-2 tbsp coconut oil
1. Mill the 500g descicated coconut & coconut oil on speed 10 for 2 minutes
2. Add the maple syrup & cocoa powder and blend speed 5 for 30 seconds
3. Pour into/onto silicon chocolate mounds tray, silicon bar mould or onto a slice tray with baking paper and chill in the fridge or freezer until hard. Keep in the fridge for storage.
Coconut chocolate fudge
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If pouring onto a slice tray, an option is to sprinkle chopped nuts on top.
Depending on the level of oil in your desciated coconut, it should become runny after 2 minutes. If not you can add an extra tbsp of coconut oil, and process for an additional minute. Also choosing 37 temp should help make the coconut runny.
Also, please note this "fudge" is a super healthy treat, but you have to be a fan of coconut butter, as it will be the main flavour. It's more of a substitute when you going dairy free, and refined sugar/excess sugar free. It's a sweet treat that can acually curb sugar cravings because of the high (good) fat contect from the coconut. I like to call this a "dieters" best friend.
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