For something that tastes like it is straight from the Angels, this is incredibly good for you. Loaded with antioxidants, it has no nasty sugars in it that will get you or your kids all hyper and provides an instant pick-me-up.
None of that applies though if you decide to eat the whole batch in one go…
Put in to the Thermomix 60g of the chocolate of your choice. I used raw cacao nibs. Blitz on speed 9 for around 20 seconds.
Next, add 40g of coconut oil and warm it through for 2 minutes at 50 degrees. Blitz again for around 10 seconds
Time for your nuts. I used almonds and cashews. You however, could use any variation you liked, such as macadamia, walnuts, pistachios…
Add the following and blitz it till you’re happy with it:
- 220g of those nuts
- 2 big spoons of raw honey
- 2 teaspoons of vanilla
- 30g of shredded coconut
- Puffed amaranth, a really big handful
- 3 big spoons of chia
- A pinch of salt
Add a really big handful of dried blueberries, or any dried fruit you like. Bring it all together, till it’s well mixed, then warm through at 50 degrees, for around 3 minutes, Speed 3.
Pour it out in to a lined tray, press it down really firmly till it’s around an inch thick and freeze for a couple of hours. Then, slice it in to cubes, wrap in baking paper and put in a freezer bag.
Eat a piece every time you walk past the freezer. Well, maybe not.
Credit has to go to Tash, after seeing her recipe for Super Fudge, I decided to try my own. Her recipe is here…