| Summary: If you have a sweet tooth, or are just craving something sweet, or have kids who you are trying to wean away from processed sugar, then this Vegan German Chocolate Fudge should fill the bill. To be more precise, it is raw, ... |
If you have a sweet tooth, or are just craving something sweet, or have kids who you are trying to wean away from processed sugar, then this Vegan German Chocolate Fudge should fill the bill. To be more precise, it is raw, gluten-free, and vegan! This Raw Vegan German Chocolate Fudge is also really easy to make (if you are making it for kids, get the kids involved!)
Raw Vegan German Chocolate Fudge
Assemble the ingredients for both Gluten-Free Raw, Vegan Fudge Recipe that Doesn’t Need to be Frozen, and Raw Vegan Caramel
In total, you will need (for the fudge and the caramel):
1 cup raw almonds
1 cup raw walnuts
1 cup raw cacao
4 to 8 medjool dates (pitted)
agave (how much will depend – see recipe)
1/3 cup almond butter
1/3 cup coconut oil
1/2 cup maple syrup
1 teaspoon vanilla
a dash of salt
..and also coconut to top the fudge.
Step 1 the Fudge
Follow the directions for the fudge here.
Once the fudge is made, put it in the refrigerator while you make the caramel.
Step 2 – the Caramel
Follow the directions for making the caramel here.
Put the caramel in the refrigerator.
While the caramel is cooling, remove the fudge (which should be firm now), and cut it into pieces.
Step 3 – Assembling the Vegan German Chocolate Fudge
Remove the caramel from the refrigerator, and frost each piece of fudge with some caramel.
Top with coconut, and that’s all there is to it!