Recipe Directions

gently warm the butters over a bain marie (much easier to mix), thoroughly blend together by hand or in a mixer, then add in the syrup and spices. if the dough if very sticky or too liquidy you can add the dry powder.
press into a mold or cake pan, or make into balls.
the dough will stiffen in the fridge very quickly...
slice and serve or pick and snack all day.

Noelleloveshoney's Thoughts

i am a self-proclaimed fudgeaholic, and i used to make a cooked version that was delicious and much healthier than the packaged versions... but i am always challenging myself-so here is a raw one. amazing! i have to hide it because i'm going to eat the whole batch today otherwise.
this recipe makes 2 little bear molds or probably 1 8"x8" cake pan
(yes, it is shaped like a teddy bear, i have a great silicone mold)

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nancyk70's Review

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Holy Moly these were soooo good!!! My three teenageres loved them and only left me 2 oh well, guess I'll have to
make another batch :) Thanks for posting such a tasty treat. (Also I added some raw cacao powder for that dark chocolate look)

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I'm surprised they didn't firm up for you? What kind of nut butter did you use? I know almond butter gets very stiff when refrigerated, but sesame and others might not.If you have the cacao maybe more of it would help, and less agave.
When I made them the first time I used 1/2 cup agave and it was too sweet and I needed a bunch of other things to stiffen the dough.
In the meanwhile, so you don't have to waste you, you could stick it in the freezer. I did that yesterday and I actually had to thaw it out just to bite it. Good luck.

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these didn't get hard for me. I actually thought they were a little too sweet, but i just came off a juice fast, so it might just be my taste buds. I used Almond Flour to thicken it, but i don't think this was a good choice... maybe grind up some dried coconut and try that???

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Good point. I forgot about cacao butter! I can't eat chocolate so I didn't even think about that. Use it with or instead of the coconut butter-it would be heavenly I bet! And probably a bit stiffer too. I wouldn't use too much, it might be too rich.

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Strong & Raw... I am like you... I don't see the cacao in the ingredients. I think she might be replying to you where she replied "The sky is the limit" meaning just add the cacao & taste until you like it? The bear mold is so cute.

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Sweet Adeline's Review

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this looks and sounds really amazing!!

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Yum! I'm gonna make these into balls for this coming sunday. thanks for posting!

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How much cacao did you add to make it fudge? I don't see it listed.

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the sky's the limit. i guess use the measurements as a guide and experiment. that's how i do everything.
yum!!! cappucino flavor sounds amazing, and macadamia nut butter. wow. truly rich.
i cut the bear (sorry) into 6 good sized pieces and ate 3. wow.
i also collect fun molds and stuff. i seem to love silicone lately, because it is so perfect for simple and raw stuff, just twist and pop them out.

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first off, i love the bear mold!! i collect fun cake molds and muffin pans. it's soo cute.
this fudge sounds so decadent!!! i have cappuccino flavored agave nectar and i think that would be so darn good!! i also just made some macadamia nut butter that would be perfect for this.

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