Peanut Butter Almond Chocolate Fudge
Sometimes you just want to indulge a bit and that’s when peanut butter almond chocolate fudge steps in and helps you to satisfy those cravings for chocolate and sweets. Being gluten free, refined sugar free, vegan and even raw, you can enjoy a bite or two (or a full tray) without guilt but enjoying all the health benefits of nuts, almonds and raw chocolate. What more you can ask for a sweet treat, I just ask??
The best thing about giving up white sugar is that I don’t crave for sweets at all the times anymore. It was sooo stressfull and exhausting to have to feel guilty at the same time I was planning what to stuff myself with after I had put the kids a sleep in the evening. The more candy, chocolate and cinnamon buns I had, the more I wanted them and the more bad I felt about myself. Although those days are in the past I still sometimes get enormous cravings for chocolate. I always keep the ingredients for raw chocolate at home but do you know what? I don’t but any sweetening in it! That’s right, I just don’t feel it needs it. 🙂 I did use some maple syrup for the fudge and you could actually even put some more, taste it before chilling it to be sure it’s to your taste.
Peanut Butter Almond Chocolate Fudge Recipe
0,5 dl coconut oil
0,5 dl cacao butter
1 dl peanut butter
0,5 dl maple syrup
1 dl raw cacao powder
0,25 tsp vanilla powder
100 g almonds
- Put coconut oil, cacao butter and peanut butter in a heatproof bowl and place the bowl over a pan of almost simmering water. Make sure the water doesn’t boil. Melt the ingredients stirring occasionally.
- Stir in the maple syrup.
- Add raw cacao powder, vanilla and salt and mix well until smooth and shiny.
- Spread the almonds in the bottom of a pan or tray (app 20x20cm) lined with some parchment paper.
- Pour the fudge batch on the almonds and put it all in the fridge to set for two hours.
- Cut the fudge in barks and enjoy! Store air tight in the fridge, keeps at least for a week.
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