If you feel the need for a bit of extra ‘zing’ in your life, then this super tasty, raw and healthy treat will really hit the spot! It has that slightly naughty, decadent taste of fudge and a definite fudgy texture, but none of the unhealthy ingredients. No refined sugar, no dairy and absolutely deeeelicious. How perfect is that!
Right now, springtime gardening is fabulously full-on, home-schooling is wonderfully all-consuming and keeping the family happy and healthy is a joyful juggling act. Life is crazily busy, but great!
Bring on the healthy fudge…
Raw Chocolate Fudge
With a slightly naughty, decadent taste of fudge and a definite fudgy texture, but none of the unhealthy ingredients. No refined sugar, no dairy and absolutely deeeelicious. How perfect is that!
- 240g dark tahini
- 100g cacao
- 230g rice syrup
- 50g coconut oil
- 2 tbsp sesame seeds
- Add all the ingredients, except the sesame seeds, to a food processor and whizz until it forms a fudgy-looking paste. Now add the sesame seeds and whizz for a few seconds – you want them mixed through, but not crushed.
- If you don’t have a food processor, you can make the fudge very easily by hand. Combine the tahini, cacao and rice syrup in a big bowl. Melt the coconut oil on a very low heat on the hob before adding it to the mixture. Now stir through the sesame seeds.
- Line a suitable tray and press the mixture firmly into it. Place in the fridge for 1-2 hours or in the freezer for 30 minutes. You want it to be firm, but not frozen! When it’s ready, cut into small fudgy chunks and store in the fridge.
Recipe by Homegrown Kate http://www.homegrownkate.com
2 thoughts on “Raw Chocolate Fudge”
Looks and sounds fantastic!
Thanks Nora, I’ve just had a sneaky piece and it does taste really good! xx
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