Recipe Directions

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

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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.

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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! :-)

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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).

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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!

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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!

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