Recipe Directions

1. Chop everything in a food processor (I tried the Vitamix and it worked okay too) until fudgey consistency.

2. Spread the fudge on a lightly oiled plate and cut in small pieces using a knife or cookie cutter (heart shaped is cute). You can add a lollipop stick if you want.

3. Keep in the fridge or freezer until ready to eat.

4. Eat as is or dust with spices of your choice.

Crue's Thoughts

By Crue

I love the cacao/spices combination.

I use spices not only for their lovely taste, but also for their medicinal properties: turmeric and black pepper help prevent cancer, ginger warms you up and gives you energy, cinnamon is antibacterial, cumin helps digestion.

For these lollipops, I used my regular raw fudge recipe.

I don't remember where it comes from exactly. It was inspired by many other recipes and modified over the time.

Any raw fudge would be great.

I had lots of fun making these Valentine's day hearts with the kids. They enjoyed choosing their favorite spices.

The most liked flavors: Espelette pepper, turmeric-coconut powder, cinnamon-cacao, cinnamon-cacao-ginger.

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These are the cutest! I really like the ideas of adding the different flavorings too (maybe more for the adults though.) :)

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mm yum.. they remind me of these indian fudge/deserts that i really really like!!!

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Wow, those look really good! I have to try these!

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