Chocolate Macadamia Ginger Fudge

by | Oct 27, 2015 | 3 comments

This is a simple and easy recipe you can make in under 5 minutes. It contains many beautiful whole ingredients, one of which is ginger. Ginger contains calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and potassium. It is also an anti-spasmodic, prevents nausea, improves circulation and is wonderful for the female reproductive system.

Yields1 ServingPrep Time10 minsDifficultyBeginner
 1/5 cups Macadamia nut butter (or blend nuts in a food processor or thermomix until it becomes a nut butter)
 1/4 cups Raw cacao powder
 12 tbsp Raw honey
 1 Vanilla Bean or ½ Tbsp Vanilla Essence
 1 tsp Ginger powder (depending on how strong you like it)
1

Blend all ingredients together in a food processor or thermomix until well combined and creamy.

2

Line a small baking pan or container with paper and pour the mixture in, or spoon into small paper cups.

3

Put in the fridge or freezer until hard.

4

Once ready, cut into squares, rectangles or triangles.

Store in the fridge or freezer as it freezes really well.

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Ingredients

 1/5 cups Macadamia nut butter (or blend nuts in a food processor or thermomix until it becomes a nut butter)
 1/4 cups Raw cacao powder
 12 tbsp Raw honey
 1 Vanilla Bean or ½ Tbsp Vanilla Essence
 1 tsp Ginger powder (depending on how strong you like it)

Directions

1

Blend all ingredients together in a food processor or thermomix until well combined and creamy.

2

Line a small baking pan or container with paper and pour the mixture in, or spoon into small paper cups.

3

Put in the fridge or freezer until hard.

4

Once ready, cut into squares, rectangles or triangles.

Store in the fridge or freezer as it freezes really well.

Chocolate Macadamia Ginger Fudge
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3 Comments

  1. Elizabeth

    Looks so yummy and delicious.

    Reply
  2. Melissa

    Just checking… 12 tablespoons of honey? Seems like a lot of honey?

    Reply
    • Kerry White

      Hi Melissa. Thanks for getting in touch. It should read 1-2 tbsp. We changed to a new recipe platform recently and some of our measurements were corrupted. This has been changed now – sorry for any inconvenience 🙂

      Reply

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