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Raw Cacao Walnut Fudge

Fudge. Easy, decadent, satisfying, raw? You bet. Traditional fudge is made from lots of sugar (the recipe I had called for 2 and 1/2 cups!), butter, evaporated milk, and usually semi sweet chocolate, which is loaded with more sugar and fat. This raw food recipe is quick and only contains almonds, cacao powder and a little agave. I threw in walnuts because they have a ton of their own health benefits (see here) and I love chocolate and walnuts.



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  1. Millie wrote on April 30, 2013

    Hey Susan, just found this page today wanted to say all the recipes look amazing, but i was just wondering were you purchase you Agave from?

    • Susan wrote on April 30, 2013

      I usually get mine from the coop or Whole Foods. Look for raw, organic agave and if you have questions, call the people who make it so find out how they do it.

  2. Cammie wrote on September 4, 2012

    I was just wondering what the calorie total for these would be?

    • Susan wrote on September 5, 2012

      There are many recipe calorie calculators on-line. You can plug in the ingredients and it will tell you. Cheers!

  3. luv what you do wrote on August 18, 2012

    Oh yum! I definitely will be making this fudge SOON!

  4. Hailey wrote on July 2, 2012

    I just went raw last week actually and have been on the hunt for a nummy chocolate dessert. OH MY these are delicious! I may or may not have ate half the mixture before it went into the fridge… Oh my delicious! It was fun making the almond butter too, so neat how it happens! Thank you so so so much for your recipes!

  5. Lee wrote on April 29, 2012

    Just a note. Mashing these with a whole banana untill smooth, makes for a delicious pudding! I put in less Agave, roll into balls and mash with a banana as a lovely treat.

  6. Lee wrote on April 28, 2012

    This is delicious. Thanks for posting these recipes as they make being raw so much easier. Wishing you all that is beautiful.

  7. Sam wrote on April 20, 2012

    Hi Susan,

    I’m giving this recipie a try today and was wondering, what is the best way to store them? At room temperature on in the fridge? Also, how long will they stay fresh for?

    Thanks 🙂

  8. Victoria wrote on April 8, 2012

    PHENOMENAL!!!!!!!!!!!!! Finally a dessert my kids LOVE and is not a complete health hazard :).


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