Friday, June 29, 2012

A 3 Ingredient Raw Fudge




Raw fudge is great for many different occasions:

• To satisfy the sweet tooth of a child (muuuch better than any commercial candy),
• you can take one after lunch / dinner to kick start your digestion,
• surprise and treat your partner with it, 
• let it be an exotic snack for your guests when hosting your next party, (raw food is an excellent conversation starter you see, everybody's got an opinion about raw food),
•...Or simply pop them in a cute bowl to keep by your computer, as I do :) 

Hi by the way! I've missed you. Lots. I wish all the best for you and your loved ones *as always* 
I hope you are enjoying summer to the fullest right now. I would, but the weather here have been everything but summer like. The intense raining in Sweden during june have beaten the old record from 1901(!!) Now let's get down to business shall we? It's Fudge Time!

The great thing about raw fudge is that you use the same basic technique to create them (using dried fruit and nuts), but the outcome can taste in a million different ways depending on what super foods you add, what nuts / seeds you choose, refrigerated or kept in room temperature or even the shape of them. Another great thing is that this is one of the ultimate raw beginner sweets that you don't have to have any experience to succeed with. Want it nut free? No problem, only substitute the nuts with pumpkin seeds or even shredded coconut.

I made quite a small batter as I tend to eat a little too much when it's available *can't get enough*, but if you want you can double the recipe!

The 3 Ingredient Raw Fudge

• 1 cup Dates
• 1 1/4 cup Pecans, Walnuts, Almonds or Pumpkin seeds
• 1 cup of Lucuma 

Pit and soak the Dates 5-10 min. Grind the Nuts or Seeds into a flour using your blender or food processor, put aside in a bowl. Make a date paste by simply process the Dates in a food processor and process until you have a paste (work with a spatula). THEN you add the Nut / Seed flour and Lucuma! Process some more and voliá! Your done.

Put some plastic wrapping in a plastic container and press down the fudge dough. Even the surface
with a wet spoon. Put into the freezer for 20 min, and then cut squares of them.

Tips: For a more "fudgy" taste, use pecans. Love coconut? Use shredded coconut instead of nuts or seeds and enhance the coconut flavor with 2 tablespoons melted virgin coconut oil in the batter (as I did in the photo below). Not so much into super-sweet fudge? Create a more neutral flavor by using half a cup lucuma and half a cup purple corn. Purple corn works great as a neutralizing "filler".

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Enkel Raw Fudge på 3 Ingredienser

• 2  dl Dadlar
• 2.5 dl Pecannötter, Valnötter, Mandlar eller Pumpakärnor
• 2 dl Lucuma 


Kärna ur och blötlägg Dadlarna. Gör ett mjöl av Nötter eller Frön i en blender eller matberedre, häll i skål och ställ åt sidan. Gör en "dadelpasta" genom att helt enkelt köra dadlarna i en matberedare tills de blivit till pasta. Hjäp till med en slickepott. Nu kan du tillsätta Lucuman och Nötterna / Fröerna till matberedaren och processa lite mer tills du har en deg.

Klä en fyrkantig plastburk med plastfolie och pressa ner degen. Använd en blöt sked för att jämna till ytan. Ställ i frysen 20 min, skär upp i kuber och servera!


Tips: För en mer "fudgig" smak, använd Pecannötter! Älskar du Cocos? Använd riven Cocos istället för nötter / frön och förhöj cocossmaken med 2 msk smält virgin Cocosolja i degen (som jag gjorde i fotot nedan). Inte så inne på super-söta godsaker? Skapa en mer neutral smak genom att använda 1 dl Lucuma och 1 dl Purple corn. Purple corn fungerar utmärkt som en neutraliserande utfyllnad i söta recept.

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Now Im wondering: What is YOUR favorite fudge ingredient? 




Thanks a lot for reading!

Much Love
/Karolina Eleonora~





13 comments:

Julie said...

Can Lucuma be replaced with something else?

Love Raw ~ Karolina said...

Hi Julie! Yes mesquite, but lucuma is the best!

/Karolina

Nystanet Woolly I said...

Hej hej

Nu har jag äntligen slått till och köpt din e-bok, fast jag tänkte börja med raw fudge. Stämmer det med 2 dl lucuma. Jag är van att använda msk till mina recept.
Jag hade bara 1 dl går det att blanda upp med mesquite?
Tack för ditt fantastiska arbete.

Love Raw ~ Karolina said...

Hallå!

Blir alltid lika glad att prata med de som köpt min ebok :D Roligt att du uppskattar den!

Ja, det ska vara 2 dl lucuma. Du kan byta ut den ena dl till mesquite såklart, det blir en liten annan smak men mesquite är ju aldrig fel! :)

/Karolina ~ 

Syster Vegan said...

du är ju helt underbart duktig!

Love Raw ~ Karolina said...

Åh men tack fina du! Och välkommen hit! :D <3

/Karolina~ 

Ashley @ Wishes & Dishes said...

I love that these are guilt-free! Never had lucuma before...

Love Raw ~ Karolina said...

Wow, then you have to try it! Lucuma is one of my favorite super foods ever :)) The flavor is amazing, the texture it offers to smoothies, fillings and ice creams... I cant be without it :)

/K~ 

Anonymous said...

How much water do you soak with one cup of dates? Thanks!

Love Raw ~ Karolina said...

I soak them in enough water to cover the dates!

/Karolina

moonsword said...

Do you use the actual lucuma fruit, chopped up, or lucuma powder?
Thank you!

Love Raw ~ Karolina said...

Hi Moonsword! Always the powder! We don't have lucuma fruit in Sweden.

moonsword said...

Thank you!

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