1 cup Agave
½ cup Coconut Oil
1 cup Cashews, soaked & drained
1 cup Cacao Powder or Nibs, blend to fine powder
1 cup Carob Powder
Blend in Food Processor first three ingredients until very smooth. Then add next two ingredients. This thickens quickly. Becareful!
Press into glass pan- freeze 30 minutes- cut into pieces before it gets to solid-
Optional – add chopped favorite raw nuts after blended well for nutty fudge. Take fudge out of food processor & mix chopped nuts by hand. This will take some upper body strength.
Never double recipe- only one recipe at a time
I halved the recipe, due to only having that much cacao nibs. This is absolute decadence. Next time I'll make more and add chopped nuts as well. This stuff is amazing.
thanks so much for this... I made a double batch (I know you said not to) because I had a potluck and wanted to be sure there was enough for my mouth as well as some leftover to take -- but it makes so much!
On Xmas, I ate mostly this fudge! :-)
i made one batch last night. Among the 5 of us, half of it is already gone! It is so good and very easy to make (so you can image I will be making lots more of it).
I made this on friday night, I made a small 1/3 batch and it was sooooo good!! I used both cacao powder and nibs which made it taste like chocolate chips. I also used some of Artisano's Cacao bliss butter (made with coconut oil) and it really added to the taste and texture. Really easy to make too! Thanks for the recipe!
These sound scrummy. I made a similar version with about a quarter the amount of agave, a cup of prunes and no carob...all blended into a fudgey 'dough' then frozen in ice cube trays. Made a delicious nutty fudgey treat, but they go sticky quickly if left out of the freezer too long. I guess the carob or raw cocoa would bind the mix better. Still yummy though!