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180 Superfood Fudge Bombs

Content by: Lynda Griparic

Superfood Fudge Bombs

Lynda: A power-packed dessert or snack, this recipe is super-delicious, simple to make and contains protein, fibre, healthier fats and key nutrients from the greens. A great alternative to the sugar rich conventional fudge recipes.

Ingredients

Method

  1. Drain cashews and place in blender.
  2. Add remainder of ingredients except whole almonds and blend until smooth and creamy.
  3. Add whole almonds and blend for a very short time. Until the almonds are slightly crushed so that you have chunks remaining in the mix.
  4. Pour mixture into a baking dish lined with baking paper.
  5. Freeze for 2 hours.
  6. Defrost half an hour before eating and enjoy.
  7. Serves 8-10

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Lynda Griparic

This article is brought to you by Lynda Griparic. Lynda is a qualified naturopath, nutritionist, writer, and speaker with over 14 years of experience in the health industry. Lynda specialises in gut health and weight loss. She has extensive experience in running healthy, effective, and sustainable weight loss programs and... Read More
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    7 Replies to “180 Superfood Fudge Bombs”
    Michele says:

    Vanilla powder ? Where from or did you mean bean paste or essence?

    Kirsten Bell says:

    What could I use instead of rice malt syrup?
    Many Thanks?

    Admin Angela says:

    Hi Kirsten, We love rice malt syrup as it’s fructose free. You could use honey instead. – Ange 🙂

    Brigit says:

    Hi, could I use macadamias or other nuts instead of the whole almonds?

    Guy Lawrence says:

    Hey Brigit, absolutely no problem 🙂

    SJ says:

    Hi, what about a substitution for the cashews? Thank you

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