Recipe Directions

For the crust
3/4c carob powder
1c almonds
1/2c dates
4T coconut butter
2t vanilla extract
2t cinnamon
1/4t salt
1. First process nuts, cinnamon, salt and carob powder into small crumbs.
2. Add dates, coco butter and vanilla extract and process again.
3. Press into the bottom of 9†square pan and place in fridge whilst working on filling.
Note: Before making this chocolate you should place the grated cacao butter in the dehydrator to melt. Alternatively you can melt it in a bowl over another bowl of hot water.
For the marbling
1c cashews
1T agave
1/4c coconut oil/butter
1/2c water
5T melted cacao butter
1. Mix all ingredients in a high power blender until completely smooth.
For the filling
2c cashews
1c orange juice
1T orange zest
2c cacao powder
1 1/2c grated cacao butter
2T vanilla
1c agave nectar
1. Mix the cashews, orange juice, orange zest, vanilla, and agave nectar in a vita-mix until smooth.
3. Add cacao butter and cacao powder, and blend again.
4. Pour chocolate mixture onto base and use a spatula to achieve a level surface.
5. Drizzle the marbling mixture over the top in lines using a plastic bottle or a spoon. Drag a toothpick across the top to create the marble effect.
From Chef Russell James! Found on therawchefblog.com and had to share!

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Kendra - seriously, with food that pretty, I am willing to do his dishes the rest of his life!!! Actually, I wouldn't mind. I love household chores. I'm domestic like that!

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RawDance...you are hilarious!! lololol! Honeywater...I sure do appreciate your posts. I like your screen name too!

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Pretty damn amazing!

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You know what you did give him credit. I'm sorry I didn't see that

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I credited him - I assumed that was okay to do, as I've seen a lot of recipes posted on here from other sources. I wanted it saved to my recipe box and didn't see why I should keep it private, I thought I would make it public so that others could try it out as well. A lot of people seem to appreciate it.

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All 3 of your recipes are from the rawchefblog.com, (Russell james) Why would you do this? These are not your recipes.

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Oh God, I almost don't believe it's true. I don't know whether to sit here an twiddle my thumbs or piss my pants in excitement. For the love of God, this chef is brilliant! Is he single? I look good in a wig, hook a brotha' up.
BLESSINGS from the one who is a little carried away right now.
drool

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Pure fabolocity! Thanks for posting!

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That can;t possibly be so fabulous! Wow! Saved for the right occasion.

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