Recipe Directions

1. Mix well.

2. Spread into a square container or on a plate.

3. Smooth the top.

4. Eat right away, or chill in fridge until firm (1-2 hours).

Cupcakes revenge's Thoughts

By cupcakes revenge

A decadent, easy-to-make, rich, chocolatey fudge made from sesame seeds and raw cacao.

Serving suggestions

* For spicy Mexican fudge, add 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon, 1/2 teaspoon cardamon and 1/4 teaspoon cayenne.

* Top a square of this chocolatey calcium-rich treat with raspberry coulis and a dollop of whip cream.

* Spread on a piece of banana bread for a delicious nutrient-packed treat for the afternoon slumps.

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HOLLLYYYY SHIIIEZZZENNN...i just made this and ate ALL OF IT..wow..i'm actually still chewing the last piece haha..i can't get over it..I just bought organic cold pressed coconut oil and could be happy smelling that stuff for the rest of my life..wow.

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lauraj's Review

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This recipe sounds very familiar, similar to one of the recipes in one of my raw food books! I'll def try, though!

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missemy's Review

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That was awesome. I substituted carob for cocoa, and cashews for seseme seeds, as I had them, but man that was tasty. and the coconut oil would help to regulate the blood sugar.

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lalovelady's Review

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I just made this IT IS AMAZING!

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Looks great! It's like a chocolate halvah. :)

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These sound good. Sesame seeds in fudge; what a great idea!

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