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Raw Choc Fudge


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Ingredients

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  • 100 g raw almonds
  • 100 g raw cashews
  • 100 g raw cacao nibs
  • 250 g dried, pitted dates
  • 100 g shredded or dessicated coconut
  • big pinch sea salt
  • 100 g coconut oil
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Grind nibs on speed 9 for 30 secs and set aside

  2. Grind nuts on speed 7 for 8 seconds and set aside

  3. Grind dates and coconut on speed 8 for 30 seconds

  4. Add other ground ingredients, salt and oil and mix on speed 5 till well combined

  5. Place into a flat tray or dish and press down till flat and even. Score the fudge with a knife into bite size pieces. Refrigerate till hard (of freeze to be quicker), then cut or break pieces along score marks to separate pieces. Keep refrigerated so the coconut oil stays hard.

     

  6. To add flavours:
    • For mint - use 10g fresh mint and grind with the cacao nibs or add 2-3 drops of pure peppermint essential oil
    • For orange - use the zest of an organic orange (peel zest off with a veggie peeler) and grind zest with the nibs, or add 2-3 drops of pure orange essential oil
    • For berry - add 2 Tbs of acai or maqui berry powder
  7. For added green superpowers - add 2 Tbs of AFA algae flakes or your favourite green powder

  8. For peanut decadence - add  a couple of generous Tbs of peanut butter (40-50g) and a bit of extra salt

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Tip

With the dates, the drier dates work better than the softer medjool dates in this recipes. Be absolutely sure all the dates are in fact pitted, I always chop each one in half to make sure, as I had a chopped pip in my fudge once - not nice!

Combining nuts and dried fruit with flavours into balls is something that raw foodies and wholefood lovers often do as a sweet treat. I find the rolling of balls rather labour intensive and prefer the putting in a tray and cutting into squares option easier. I have experimented with various recipes and come up with this recipe with easy to remember quantities, that is easy to adapt with different flavours.


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  • Enjoyable chocolate fudge. As

    Submitted by Mib8612 on 14. August 2015 - 18:50.

    Enjoyable chocolate fudge. As per the tip, definitely double check that the dates are actually pitted as it's surprising how many need to be manually removed!

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  • I was going to add cacao

    Submitted by saj255 on 11. July 2015 - 17:04.

    I was going to add cacao powder to this but totally forgto to put it in lol.  So I ended up with plain fudge but it's still delicious!  Thanks tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Yummo! I have just made a

    Submitted by Jess_Ryan on 21. January 2015 - 22:51.

    Yummo! I have just made a batch of this for tomorrow so it hasn't set yet but it tastes really good! Love that it's nice and healthy. (I didn't have cacao nibs so I used cocoa powder).

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  • Everyone who has tried this

    Submitted by Elizabeth Gailer on 7. January 2014 - 19:43.

    Everyone who has tried this has loved it.  Really nice thanks. 

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  •  I made the orange version of

    Submitted by sophvoro on 19. September 2013 - 17:33.

     I made the orange version of this recipe. Absolutely delicious!! Thank you tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Hi Emma, to still make it a

    Submitted by Kristine on 23. April 2013 - 19:30.

    Hi Emma, to still make it a bit chocolatey, you could try carob? Use about 40-50g powder instead of the 100g of cacao nibs. You could also make it without the cacao and try a different flavour like lemon - use the zest of a couple of lemons and mill it with the nuts. Would love to know what you try. Cheers Kristine tmrc_emoticons.)

    Kristine Miles

    www.kristinemiles.com

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  • Hi Kristine, have you tried a

    Submitted by the4bickies on 23. April 2013 - 13:05.

    Hi Kristine, have you tried a variation without the cacao nibs?  Bummer for me, I can't have cocoa but this looks really good.

    Thanks, Emma

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