Raw Superfood Fudge

Warning: this fudge disappears quickly!
(naturally sweetened with dates & stevia; gluten free, grain free, dairy free, egg free)

Here’s a chocolate treat that you can eat guilt-free, which will help to control those chocolate cravings without overloading your body with sugar. It is not only raw and naturally sweetened, but full of antioxidants, vitamin C, protein, fibre, magnesium, immune system boosters and other nutrients to nourish your body. The raw cacao is a great pick-me-up, and I often find myself reaching for it after lunch when I need an energy boost. I tell my kids this is one sweet treat they can eat as much as they like of, which makes them pretty happy! (Although it’s quite rich, so they never eat more than two or three pieces at a time.)

To maximise the goodness of this fudge, I’ve used two of Loving Earth’s superfood powders. Rainbow Superfood Blend is quickly becoming my favourite superfood powder, because instead of opening lots of packets and jars and combining powders, I can just grab this one jar and scoop out a spoonful of maqui berry, acai, AFA, gubinge (Kakadu plum) and camu camu powders. It just simplifies things. I also add some extra maqui berry powder as this is a ‘fruity’ fudge! It gives it an extra depth of flavour, plus even more goodness.(If you’re not sure what any of those are and why they’re so good for you, click on the links to see an explanation, as well as ideas of how to use them.)

I also like to add dried, organic cherries to my fudge, or a couple of handfuls of goji berries. If you don’t have any, you can either leave them out, or add some sultanas instead.

WIN a jar of Loving Earth’s Maqui or Rainbow Superfood Powders!

Okay, so here’s the exciting news… You have the chance to WIN one of the above superfood powders from Loving Earth!! They have kindly sent me some goodies to give away, so for your chance to win one of these amazing jars of goodness, just leave a comment on this post saying what you would make with it if you had some to try. There will be two winners drawn randomly in one weeks’ time, on Saturday 20th October, 2012, at 5pm. The first winner will receive a 150g jar of Rainbow Superfood Blend (worth $44.90), and the second winner will receive a jar of Maqui Powder (worth $39.90). (This competition is only open to Australian residents – sorry to my overseas followers, but postage is horrendous these days! If you are desperate to try it, you can order online from Loving Earth.)

Okay, so here’s my recipe for Raw Superfood Fudge ~ try it out, and don’t forget to leave a comment! Enjoy 🙂

Note: You can find fine sea salt and vanilla powder for this recipe in my online store!

Raw Superfood Fudge
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  1. 1 whole vanilla bean, snipped in a couple of pieces (no need to scrape out seeds)
  2. 100g raw cacao nibs
  3. 100g raw walnuts
  4. 100g raw cashews
  5. 100g raw dates
  6. 80g coconut butter (make your own from dried coconut)
  7. 60g coconut oil (sometimes called coconut butter)
  8. 1 heaped tsp Rainbow Superfood Blend
  9. 1 heaped tsp Maqui Berry Powder
  10. 10 drops vanilla stevia or a pinch of green stevia powder (optional)
  11. pinch of Himalayan salt
  12. a handful of dried sour cherries or goji berries
  1. Grind up vanilla bean and cacao nibs in your Thermomix on speed 9 for 30 seconds
  2. Add walnuts and cashews, grind on speed 9 for 10 seconds
  3. Add raw dates, coconut butter, coconut oil, Rainbow Superfood Blend, Maqui Berry Powder, vanilla stevia or green stevia powder and Himalayan salt
  4. Mix in dried sour cherries or goji berries on speed 3 for a few seconds
  5. Press mixture into a square or small rectangular dish (I use a Pyrex glass dish), and pop into the fridge to set. If you like, you can make the mixture into balls instead of squares. Keep refrigerated or it will soften and crumble.
  1. nuts that are high in enzyme inhibitors (like walnuts) are easier to digest if they have been 'activated' - soaked, rinsed, then dehydrated. You can do this yourself, or you can buy them activated here. You can use regular raw nuts if that's all you have. Any combination of nuts will work - I like cashews & walnuts as they are oily, so they make a 'creamier' fudge.
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(This is not a paid post, although Loving Earth did send me some samples and giveaways. But even if they hadn’t, I would still link to them because I LOVE their products!! I think I should maybe just move into their warehouse…)

4 thoughts on “Raw Superfood Fudge

  1. Tammie says:

    Yum I would try to make some raw fudge brownies or your caramel sweet potato mud cake or Maby a sprinkle on some home made seed crackers with avocado my little girl loves them although I have never used the Powders we would love to try them thankyou

  2. Beccy says:

    Yum! (I think step 3 is missing some info like speed/time). I just improvised with that step. Licking the bowl & its not going to last long!!

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