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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Hi Naomi! You absolutely MUST get a food processor. It opens up so many doors for different raw food recipes. In short, blender is for SMOOTH, LIQUIDY STUFF (smoothies, sauces, icing etc.) and a food processor is for DRYER STUFF (like brownies, pate, pie crust,  etc.). You don't need a very good food processor. You should be able to get one for $60 or less at your local big box store. Just make sure to get one that is pretty large, like it holds at least 6 or 8 cups. Totally worth it. Hope this helps and glad to have you here!

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Wow It is soooooooooo good ! Fortunately I got all the ingredient on hand, actually I was looking for the recipe that uses left almond pulp ^^ I 'm going to eat this on Christmas eve with my family! Thanks a lot The Rawtarian !
from South Korea

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Hi Yoonjeong, I am so glad that you liked it! It's a great and tasty way to use up almond pulp :)

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I would love to make this recipe but unfortunately cannot have coconut. Could I simply make the recipe without coconut or should I substitute it with something else?

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Hi Jerrod, I'd recommend using hempseed hearts instead of dried coconut in this recipe.  (But if you don't have access to hempseed hearts then simply substitute with the equivalent amount of cashews)

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