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Walnut Fudge

 

 January’s retreat is FULL!!! And just 3 spots left for February’s. Give up the cold for a little while and come sun it and fun it with me! Be sure to check the deets on the vitamix incentive.

Cocoa Walnut Fudge

As I may have mentioned before, I taught 19 classes in a little over two months. Some of those classes get repeated and you know what? I don’t really like doing the same things twice. The recipe below was from a sweet treat recipe I often use in my Veggie Transition Workshop.

I am on holidays so here’s all you need to know: It has walnuts. It has dates. It has coconut oil. It has raisins. It has ground sesame seeds. And it has chocolate. Fool proof and amazingly delicious.

Enjoy!

Walnut Fudge

1 cup walnuts
1?2 cup sesame seeds, ground or 1/2 cup tahini
11?2 cups pitted dates
11?2 cups raisins
1/4 cup coconut oil
1/2 cup cocoa or raw cacao
1/8 tsp salt

  • Pulse all ingredients in food processor until mixture holds together when pressed.
  • Press mixture into 9 inch square pan, and chill.
  • Cut into squares to serve.

Question of The Day: What are some creative things you’ve done with nuts? (Keep it clean ladies and gentlemen. Keep it clean!)

14 responses to “Walnut Fudge”

  1. Odelia says:

    Ohhhh, yesssssss. That’s beautiful. It looks like it would be a delectable, chocolatey, rich slap in the face (unlike the kick in the stomach that eating peoples’ holiday chocolates are…I’m still in pain from a Turtle!)…

    Thanks for making this an easy one Meghan. :o) In this weather we have even less energy but need these sweet treats even MORE!

    Have a tantalizing day,

    Odelia :-)

    • https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/599ccdf73b6d2f26a247dd52e9e5f8b8?s=51&d=blank&r=g Meghan Telpner says:

      I don’t ever want to come home to winter :( Maybe I can hope from Jamaica to St. Lucia and skip the winter bit in between.

  2. Joanne says:

    Just discovered a super quick, super easy treat. Slice open a large Medjool date, remove the pit, add a walnut half. Tastes a lot like a date square. Yummy.

  3. Deborah says:

    That looks very decadent!!! The most recent creative thing I’ve done with nuts recently is this pistachio and pumpkin crunch http://tinyurl.com/26sl8ke
    Please soak up some of that sun for me…it’s -7C here right now and I’m NOT enjoying it at all!!!!

  4. Hayley says:

    Well…if we absolutely MUST keep it clean …
    home made raw chocolate covered almonds sprinkled with coconut. So good!
    Hope you’re having a great vacation

  5. Averie (LoveVeggiesandYoga) says:

    that looks delish!

    i make vegan fudge and also raw vegan brownies…the recipes resemble each other. But this recipe of yours reminds me of my raw vegan brownies. I dont use coconut oil and use added agave :) b/c I like them sweeter than just dates alone…but gosh, these look great!

  6. Alisa Cooks says:

    You are a supergirl! And hells-yes, I would so eat that fudge!!! I love that there are still some crunchy little whole sesame seeds in there.

  7. Kate @ahealthypassion says:

    YUM those look divine i cannot wait to try them! I have made raw brownies but these look even mored decadent

    • https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/599ccdf73b6d2f26a247dd52e9e5f8b8?s=51&d=blank&r=g Meghan Telpner says:

      Care to share your raw brownie recipe?

      • Kate @ahealthypassion says:

        Raw Vegan Brownie:
        1 cup walnuts
        1 cup dates
        1/4 cup extra dark cocoa powder
        process in a food processor and press into pan
        Icing:
        2 avocados
        1/4 to 1/3 cup agave nectar depending on sweetness
        1/4 cup extra dark cocoa powder
        2 tablespoons coconut oil
        1 tablespoon vanilla extract
        pinch of salt
        blend together and spread on top of brownies freeze until set.

        hope you enjoy!

  8. Kelly Michelle says:

    Maybe you should come to Miami, you can stay for free if you cook for me :)

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