Rating5/5 (from 3 ratings)5
Yield6+; one 8"x8" inch cake pan
1/4 cup agave syrup (I used a vanilla one)
1 cup nut butter (I used almond)
1/4 cup coconut butter or coconut cream (the solid one)
1-2 tablespoons of something powdery like almond or coconut flour (optional; to replace the milk powder)
1. Gently warm the butters over a bain marie (much easier to mix).
2. Thoroughly blend together by hand or in a mixer and then add in the syrup and spices.
3. If the dough if very sticky or too liquidy, you can add the dry powder.
4. Press into a mold or cake pan, or make into balls.
5. Place in fridge for dough to stiffen quickly.
6. Slice and serve, or pick and snack all day.
Noelleloveshoney's ThoughtsBy noelleloveshoney
I am a self-proclaimed fudgeaholic, and I used to make a cooked version that was delicious and much healthier than the packaged versions.
But I am always challenging myself, so here is a raw one.
Amazing! I have to hide it because I'm going to eat the whole batch today otherwise.
This recipe makes 2 little bear molds or probably one 8"x8" inch cake pan.
Yes, it is shaped like a teddy bear. I have a great silicone mold.
Edit: I heard that the coconut flour wasn't working so last night I came up with the perfect solution I hope-kudzu (if it's raw)!
Dissolve 1 tablespoon or more kudzu in the warmed agave syrup before adding the nut butter. If the dough is still very soft, you can sprinkle more and see if it absorbs. I hope it works!
If you combine fruit and nuts, this would be very good with raisins and even whole nut pieces.
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