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Raw Vegan Chocolate and Peanut Butter Fudge

This recipe is not only delicious and decadent but it's also good for you and super simple! It only takes five minutes to prepare and you only need five ingredients!

Raw Vegan Chocolate and Almond Fudge

Serves

12

Ingredients

  • 1 cup coconut oil
  • 1 cup unsalted crunchy peanut butter
  • 2 cups raw cacao
  • 1 cup dates (pitted)
  • 1 to 2 pinches of unrefined sea salt

Preparation

  1. Soak your dates in hot water for about 20 minutes to make them soft and sticky.
  2. If you coconut oil is solid, put it in a jar and place the jar in hot water to melt your oil.
  3. Place all your ingredients, except the peanut butter, in your high speed blender and blend until soft and well combined.
  4. Add the peanut butter at the end to keep the crunch.
  5. Spread evenly in a tin or container.
  6. Place in the fridge for about one hour.

Notes

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AUTHOR & RECIPE DETAILS


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Pauline Hanuise is a certified Holistic Recovery & Health Coach and a Yoga Teacher. She is a member of Yoga Alliance and the American Association Of Drugless Practitioners (AADP). She believes everyone deserves freedom over food, health & happiness. Having recovered from 15 years of struggles with full-blown bulimia, she is now dedicated to help people making peace with food and get a better life. She is the creator of the health and wellness website paulinehanuise.com and the Facebook community 'Respect Yourself' where she gives tips and advice about health, wellness and happiness. She is also the founder of the "Make Peace With Food, Change Your Life" project, where she empowers women to live a better life. You can also find her on Twitter, @Pauline_Hanuise.


 

 

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65 comments on “Raw Vegan Chocolate and Peanut Butter Fudge”

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Barbara DeFalco
3 Months Ago

What is the nutritional content of this receipe? thanks!


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Thais
5 Months Ago

Nice recipe but would have been helpful if lining the container had been mentioned!


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jo
20 Feb 2015

Why would that be necessary? I never do that with these recipes. After chilling it\'s easy to pop the whole thing out due to the high oil content. Then I slice into bars and store in resealable containers.

sarah
19 Apr 2015

Did you use cacao powder? I made this recipe and used powder and it tasted disgusting. Was it supposed to be cacao butter? Or did you use less powder? Or is there some other form of cacao that I am overlooking?!

Stacey May
6 Months Ago

I\'m sharing this with literally everyone and also on my blog - can\'t wait to make this!


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Adam C. Hasbargen
7 Months Ago

Oh my!


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Cath Fryer
7 Months Ago

This might be a stupid question, but is the cacao mentioned cacao powder?


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sarah
19 Apr 2015

It\'s not a stupid question at all. I made this recipe and assumed that it meant cacao powder.... it DEFINITELY did not mean that. Have you ever made a hot chocolate and used too much powder? That\'s pretty much what this tasted like, I had to put in double amounts of everything else and it still tasted horrific.

The weird thing is that I have no idea what else it might mean other than the powder.... You could use cacao butter but then surely you wouldn\'t need to use the coconut oil? You definitely wouldn\'t want 2 whole cups of cacao butter anyway. I think perhaps the amount indicated could be wrong, maybe it meant to say 2 teaspoons or something... I dunno. But whatever you do, don\'t use 2 cups of cacao powder. Very expensive and disgusting mistake.

If anyone else figures out what it means/how much to use, please enlighten me as I really want to get it right!

David El Fish
7 Months Ago

Ana Rkey Cobinson Rrusoe


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Isabel Afonso
7 Months Ago

Era mesmo uma fatia destas que eu queria, para acompanhar o meu café.


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SavannahVegan Kronson Bach
7 Months Ago

Sure looks worth trying out. .


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The Keeper Menstrual Cup
7 Months Ago

Yum, that looks amazing!


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Ana Rodrigues
7 Months Ago

Inês Salgado


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