Fall Fun Fudge

My title is really cheesy but the "fun" just fit in so well with the other "Fs" lol. Today I made raw chocolate fudge while the snow, yes SNOW started falling. It was more like rainy snow though and fortunately it stopped and the ground is clear. We often have a light covering of snow by Halloween. I hope it holds off as long as possible this year.

This is the simplest dessert recipe ever because its preparation only requires a bowl and spoon. Yeah. I was going to mix it all up in the food processor but didn't feel like pulling it out or cleaning it just for this small batch. I pressed walnuts into the top and realize that they now look more like brownies but they're a fudgey consistency. Alternatively sprinkle cacao nibs, goji berries, or coconut flakes on top. Try variations. Roll the dough into balls and roll in lucuma, cacao, or carob powder. I'm telling you, this stuff is soooo yummy - I think the lucuma really makes it. See for yourself!

Raw Chocolate Fudge

Generous 1/2 cup almond butter
3 tablespoons agave
5 drops vanilla stevia
1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
1/4 cup cacao powder
1 tablespoon lucuma powder

Add the almond butter, agave (or other liquid sweetener), stevia, vanilla and a pinch of himalayan salt to a bowl.
Stir it all together.
Add in the powders and stir again. Sift if your powders are lumpy OR throw all the ingredients into a food processor.
Press into a small container lined with plastic wrap. Press chopped nuts into the top (optional).
Chill and slice!

Mister fudgey got dropped in carob powder! 

He can't resist rolling around in it!

Or just press the edges into carob!

Voila! 5 minute raw chocolate fudge for a cold rainy/snowy afternoon. Happy weekend everyone!

Oh, and if you haven't had enough of my passionate parfait action.... here's another one I made with the pumpkin and chocolate puddings last week...

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  1. October 28, 2011 at 02:14

    Your raw chocolate is divine! I remember is like it was yesterday! :) these look amazing!

  2. October 28, 2011 at 19:53

    I love recipes that you can mix up in a bowl! May have to try this with carob--chocolate really isn't working for me still--but I just love lucuma and could see a white (blond) choc version too.<br />You were having so much fun with it!<br />We're supposed to get snow next week too.

  3. November 13, 2011 at 01:20

    This looks divine. I just harvested my own black walnuts, Im so proud of myself. I dont have any lucuma powder but would like to try. Thanks for recipe!!

  4. Anonymous
    October 25, 2012 at 18:34

    These look wonderful. Can i ask what could i substitute the stevia for please? Not a big fan of artificial sweeteners. Thankyou :)

  5. Anonymous
    November 16, 2012 at 22:38

    If u are allergic to nuts , and a lot of your recipes have them in, what would u use as a substitute. <br />Thanks <br />Karen

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