Recipe Directions

1. Place dates in food processor fitted with “S” blade and process until well chopped.

2. Then add cocoa powder and process until a ball forms.

3. Roll to desired thickness between cling wrap.

4. Chill until firm.

5. Cut as desired. i used a small bat:)...also shown as a truffle in mini cupcake paper with holiday pick.

6. Decorate with sesame seeds for eyes and use the end of a straw at an angle to make a smile. :)

7. Store in fridge.

Evergreen's Thoughts

By evergreen

A simple and sweet treat for Halloween.

Of course , you can use your favorite fudge or brownie recipe for this and make any additions like vanilla bean or other flavorings. :)

If you would like to individually wrap these, let them dry out a bit on the counter before slipping them into lollipop bags.

Picture#2: Of course you can enjoy these as fudge squares. :)

Here are more halloween party ideas:

Sweet pumpkin pie smoothie

Fun halloween holiday candied apples

Li’l spooks

Caramel apple

Darlin clementine punkins

Boo~nanners!

Frightening fruit fiends

Nanna ghouls

Scary halloween dessert

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hi aylee...unsoaked dates, i'll edit to clarify that:)

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Yay!!! Now I can enjoy the evening, too!!!

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Eee, the cuteness!

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thanks, andie...you are so sweet:)

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ahh cool :) i love all your recipes, they're so pretty and look delicious, can't wait to buy ingredients and start trying some!

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HolyGuacamole, you are very welcome:)

hi blueyz...i have had this fudge in the fridge for weeks with no problem, the same with the "coconut clay", as i have used it as a mounds type of treat covered in chocolate:) my darlin clementine punkins can be made well in advance too..good luck with the costume!!!!

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This is great :) How long do these keep well? I have to bring some treats next week for grad class Halloween party(lol, we have to be in character too as someone that influenced ecology/environment but I have no clue what yet). If I could make them Sunday for Tuesday I will use some of these ideas. I LOVE the ghosts!!

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Thanks evergreen!

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Yay!!! Now I can enjoy the evening, too!!!

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Fudgie the Friendly Bat! What a cute name!!!

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hi aylee...unsoaked dates, i'll edit to clarify that:)

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hi HolyGuacamole...the ghost is simply dried shredded coconut,coconut oil and agave, kind of a coconut clay..hehe

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Awe! Look at those little guys.. :) :) ...soaked dates?

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Hey, did you make the li'l ghostie, too?

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Eee, the cuteness!

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