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super easy fudge


My daughter’s nursery school hosted a Mother’s Day tea last week. They sang to us and served us tea and snacks. When I arrived at my seat, this oh so sweet poem was awaiting me. I mean, how special is that? All the moms – we all tried to hold it together but there wasn’t a dry eye in the place.

The day before, she and her classmates had made fudge to serve at the little buffet table. As a surprise, I made some fudge at home for the two of us to share (so she wouldn’t feel left out). When she caught a glimpse of it, she couldn’t contain her excitement. She’d never had the pleasure of eating fudge before. It was such a special treat.  Side note: My children don’t tolerate coconut – so I didn’t attempt to make this with coconut oil or coconut milk – but I imagine it would be divine.

super easy fudge

1 package Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips
1/2 cup cashew cream* (see note below)
1 tblsp grapeseed oil
1 tsp bourbon vanilla
1 cup chopped walnuts

1.) Lightly grease an 8×8 glass dish. Set aside.
2.) Place the chocolate chips, cashew cream, vanilla, and oil in a glass heatproof dish. Stir well to combine.
3.) Microwave for 1 minute.
4.) Stir the mixture very well, until all the lumps are gone and pour into the glass dish. Using a spatula, spread out the fudge into an even layer.
5.) Sprinkle the chopped walnuts over the top.
6.) Put in the fridge to set, anywhere from three hours to overnight.
7.) Cut into 1/2 inch squares

*Note: Place one half cup soaked raw cashews in the blender with 1 cup of water. The result will be creamy raw cashews in the form of a cream. Soak the cashews for at least 4 hours before blending.

This post is linked to Cybele Pascal’s Allergy Friendly Friday and Amy’s Slightly Indulgent Tuedsay

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8 responses to “super easy fudge”

  1. Shirley @ gfe said:

    Oh, how absolutely delicious, Stephanie! And what a super sweet story, too. I love that there was a Mother’s Day tea event and what your daughter wrote about you. :-) You should include this recipe in this month’s Go Ahead Honey Tea Party event over at Flip Cookbook! Here’s the announcement with all the particulars:

    http://flipcookbook.com/2011/05/twice-the-fun-sugar-free-sunday-and-go-ahead-honey-its-gluten-free/

    Oh, if I make this fudge using coconut milk, I’ll report back! ;-)

    xo,
    Shirley

  2. naomi said:

    Looks delicious. I think you’re a great Koooc too! x x x

  3. Rosemary said:

    I am sure you will cherish the note and memories of the tea forever! How sweet and I am sure your daughter worked very hard sounding out those big words. The fudge looks yummy and eating it must have seemed like the treat of a lifetime! Thanks for sharing.

  4. Christine said:

    This does look heavenly ! I definitely bookmarked it to try when I get that hankering for fudge… :)

  5. Tracee said:

    This looks so rich and yummy! My child does’nt tolerate coconut either and there’s so many wonderful raw desserts that use coconut. That poem is just too precious!

  6. Clark said:

    I love your recipes; I just wish I could eat them. I have candida issues:)

  7. Jill said:

    Such a precious poem; I can sure believe that there were no dry eyes at the tea – so sweet! The fudge looks very decadent!

  8. Jill said:

    I have shared this post on Twitter.

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