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Watch Now: Creamy Cashew Fudge Recipe


by IMAGE
27th Jun 2015
Watch Now: Creamy Cashew Fudge Recipe

Creamy Cashew Fudge Recipe

 

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This is such a treat. It’s creamy and decadent and is the perfect after dinner?indulgence. Apart from the freezing time, it only takes two minutes to make, so?what are you waiting for!
Makes 20 Servings
Ingredients
1/2 Cup of Coconut Oil, Melted
3/4 Cup of Cashew Butter
3/4 Cup of Honey/Agave/Maple Syrup
Coarse Salt
1 Tablespoon of Cacao Nibs

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Step 1: Add the coconut oil, cashew butter and sweetener to a saucepan on medium heat.
Step 2: Whisk everything until you have a creamy smooth mixture.
Step 3: Line a baking tin with parchment paper. Pour the mixture in to the baking tin and spread it our?evenly.
Step 4: Sprinkle with a pinch coarse salt and scatter the cacao nibs over the top.
Step 5: Pop it in the freezer for about 2 hours until set. Take it out and chop it into chunks or squares.?Store in the freezer.
This recipe is Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Vegan & Paleo. For more healthy recipes, both sweet and savoury,

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