1 C. carob powder
1 C. honey
1 C. peanut butter
1 C. unsalted sunflower seeds
1/2 C. sesame seeds
1/2 C. flaked coconut
1/2 C. walnuts or almonds, chopped
1/2 c. raisins, optional
Measure carob powder; set aside. In saucepan, heat honey and peanut butter, stirring until smooth. Remove from heat.
Mix in carob powder. Add seeds, nuts and raisins. Press into buttered dish or pan. Chill, covered, several hours. Cut into squares.
Yield: 2 1/2 lbs.----50 calories per serving serving= 2 pieces of fudge
or you can try
HEALTHY RICH Chocolate FUDGE RECIPE
1 tbsp butter
2 teaspoons vanilla, dash salt
4 - 1 oz. baking squares unsweetened Bakers chocolate
1/3 cup half and half or cream
1/2 cup Carnation (or similar) dry milk powder (if milk allergies, use ground up plain vanilla healthfood store cookies made into crumbs, cream cheese too. Get inventive! And if you do, get back to me with your tips. Coconut meat, food processed? Walnuts, blanched almonds? Pulverized? (soak almonds overnight or pour boiling water on, and do it immediately. You PEEL, grind into powder.
Take one large skillet or pan and fill halfway or so with water and set on low heat while you place another smaller skillet into that one creating a double boiler. Place butter into skillet and then chocolate squares onto that and melt down, stirring not too often. Have all other ingredients ready to go so you can add them all together quickly.
Stir in Half and half---then take from heat---then stir in vanilla ----then stir in dry milk powder---this takes time to stir it together into a pudding like-consistency. After this cools, Have an 8" by 8" buttered pan ready. You are now ready to mix your chocolate and your date paste together. Use a strong spoon, and use a mashing motion. This does take finger and wrist strength. But you want to mix these well together. Then mash mixture into the pan, sometimes the bottom of the spoon will work fine, sometimes you will need to use your fingers a little bit. Then cool mixture well. Maybe even freezing a while.
Cut into portions that give me a one ounce dose of chocolate, freeze in plastic or foil. Because there is no sugar, you don't get that sugar headache. Just a lush HIGH from the many splendid natural alkaloids in the chocolate. This is not a negative food. The Aztecs called it CACAHUATL in their language which translates to GOD FOOD. Spanish took this concept and translated this into Greek roots as THEOBROMINE, THE FOOD OF THE GODS.
This recipe feeds that GOD WITHIN, the one who's doing all that GOOD work and deserves it! SO GO FOR IT! Double the recipe and feed a few godly friends.
only 80 calories per serving serving = 1 piece of fudge
· 1 decade ago