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¾ cup A-milk (evaporated)
¼ cup cacao powder or finely ground nibs
2 tablespoons coconut oil
½ teaspoon sea salt
1 teaspoon vanilla extract or 1/4 half a bean (optional but always welcome)
½ cup sweetener (soaked dates or agave works for me)
Pinch of cinnamon (optional, but they work together)
Pinch of cayenne pepper (optional but may add a little less, but heat and cacao are a classic)
1. Add all into the blender. Taste and add in more sweeteners if you like and maybe the other optional ingredients if you feel like experimenting.
2. Let sit and thicken some. You may want to add up to 1 cup of milk for a thinner sauce.
3. If you like, you can always pour it in your dehydrator and let it go till mostly dehydrated but still chewy and you have a fudgy roll-up.
4. Or pull it a bit earlier and process it in your food processor to make a doughy consistency roll into a long rope (sure you could use your juicer with a blank plate too, since it would make it into the rope at the same time, but I don't have that kind of juicer yet). Snip and dehydrate a little more till firm and you have raw tootsie roll bites.
Chris S's ThoughtsBy Chris S
Inspired by RawClaire’s fudge sauce and a traditional fudge sauce, but good for you.
Feel free to use carob instead of the cacao or a combination of the two. Remember, it’s about what you like. This is just an idea but you can build on it and make it your own.
Just fun ideas you can build from a basic recipe. You can, of course, add a bit of water thinning it out more and chill in the fridge for a few hours and then churn and you got cacao fudgy ice cream (but I would recommend adding 1 teaspoon of psyllium powder or 1 tablespoon finely ground flax seed to thicken and bind it).
Kids of all ages will have fun. I encourage playing with your food.
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