Recipe Directions

  • 1. Place cashews alone in your food processor and process until they become small and crumbly. You are making flour out of cashews!
  • 2. Add dates to the cashews and process again until the mixture sticks together and the dates are well processed.
  • 3. Add the remaining ingredients and process again until the mixture turns a lovely dark chocolatey brown. Stop processing before it gets too buttery. (There should still be air between the small bits so that you will be able to press them down into your pan.)
  • 4. Dump the mixture into a brownie dish or small cake pan and press down very firmly using your clean hands.
  • 5. Throw this raw almond pulp fudge recipe into the freezer for at least one hour. This fudge should always be kept in the freezer. Slice before eating and eat right out of the freezer. They won't turn rock-hard. They will be nice and chewy. Do not refrigerate or defrost.

The Rawtarian's Thoughts

By The Rawtarian

This recipe is only for those of you who have leftover almond pulp from making almond milk in your blender. (If you do not have leftover almond pulp, then do not bother making this recipe! Make my regular raw brownie recipe instead.)

For an even more delightful fudgey dessert, ice the fudge with raw chocolate icing before freezing. (Not necessary though, still very good without the icing.)

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Nutrition Facts

Nutritional score: 71 out of 100
  • This recipe is very low in Carbohydrates, and Sodium.
  • This recipe is a good source of Riboflavin.
  • This recipe is a noteworthy source of Protein, Dietary Fiber, Iron, and Vitamin E.

Amounts per 62 g (2 oz) suggested serving

NameAmount% Daily
Calories 249 10 %
Protein 6 g 11 %
Fat 14 g 17 %
Carbohydrates 32 g 9 %
Dietary Fiber 6 g 18 %
Sugars 22 g
Calcium 58 mg 6 %
Iron 2.2 mg 17 %
Sodium 102 mg 4 %
Source: USDA, The Rawtarian

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Gloria's Review

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I love the almond pulp fudge. To be honest there has not been a recipe that I have tried that I didn't like,they are all so good. I would gave a ten star rating for all your recipes.⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐so there you have it

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Lol thank you Gloria!! xoxox

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Hi. I really want to make these brownies because I have had almond pulp sitting in my refrigerator for weeks; however, I am not sure if I can use it. How long can you store fresh almond pulp? I think I made the milk 3 weeks ago. I have no desire to make my family sick!

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Hi Manda, For me it's all about the smell.. I have to say 3 weeks sounds like too long...

Next time, throw it in the freezer instead of the fridge :)

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Evelyn's Review

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The first time I made these I fell in love. They are delicious! LaraBars ain't got nothin on these babies!!! That was a year ago and this is always my to go recipe whenever I make almond milk. And if I go too long without making them, my husband sweetly reminds me that it's time to make them again. We all love them:) Thank u so much for the recipe. Your awesome!

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Lol Evelyn. Glad your DH is keeping you on track! xox

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Rachel's Review

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So tasty.... will be making this again for sure.
tried in my trusty Blentec and it did an amazing job....you just need to know a few tricks first.
1. soak dates in hot water for 10 mins at least..... makes them soft to blend
2. choose Grind Grain option to make perfect cashew flour
3. Use chop option to combine it all....
4.....perfect!

good luck....

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Great tricks Rachel! It's comments like yours that make this place great.

:)

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Deb's Review

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Sounds amazing. I can't wait to make it. Have you tried this in the thermomix?

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sorry for the premature rating. I have since made it (in the thermomix). It is divine, definitely 5 stars!

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Hi Deb, glad it proved your rating right! :) It is a handy recipe. I like its chewy texture

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Well, off to the store I go for a good food processor... The small cheap one I have & my Blendtec both laughed at me as I tried to force them to blend this! :) What I ended up with is pretty chunky, but still good. Thanks for a great idea for using the pulp.

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Alls well that ends well, right Kellie?? As long as it tastes good I call it a success :)

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I have a couple of cups of frozen almond pulp from making almond milk. Can I still use it?

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Trudy, yes, just make sure to defrost it first (put in fridge)

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hey, can you use something else other than dates?

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Hi Megan, yes you can use raisins or dried prunes (or a combo of them both) instead of the dates

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I made this recipe tonight for the second time, and thought I would experiment a little. I added raw cacao nibs and peppermint extract for mint chocolate fudge!!!! It turned out amazing!!!! Thanks so much for all your amazing recipes. :)

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Yum Jill!!!!!!!!! One question though. Can I have a bite? :P

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Laura-Jane, thank you! For years I have eaten junk food and a friend introduced me to your website and the food looked so divine that today I went to the health shop, stocked up on nuts etc. and have just made your choc pudding with chia seeds and your brownies using left over almond meal from the nut milk I made for the first time. I cannot believe how amazing both these dishes taste! I am a total convert, no more junk food for me! My body is sighing with relief :). I can't wait to try out more of your recipes. Thank you for the contribution you are to the world. How does it get any better than that?

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:) :) :) :) Cassandra, your note made my week :) :)

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Make these all the time now but ran out of cashews so swapped for hazelnuts, and then added some orange zest and juice and a spoon of coconut oil. Just chucked in freezer but its looking good!!!

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Hey Hannah! Sounds awesome. Nice tweaks! Creativity in the kitchen is fun :)

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Hi, I had a quick questions. I was wondering if I can omit the dates, or can I replace it with anything?

Thank you! Reading all these amazing reviews is getting me excited to try this out! :) Going to attempt making my own almond milk tomorrow and this sounds like a great use for the left over :)

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Hi Amina, The dates are used for both sweetness, stickiness and texture. So they must be replaced by something sweet and sticky -  dried prunes are the best substitute, but raisins can work too.

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