raw strawberry fudge

Gluten free dairy free sugar free strawberry fudge. Paleo fudge recipe

raw strawberry fudge

Gluten free dairy free sugar free strawberry fudge. Paleo fudge recipe

 

Fudge doesn’t have to be chocolatey (although choccy fudge is awesome…). This one has almost a whole punnet of strawberries in it – there’s your vitamin C hit for the day sorted!

 

Ingredients

1 cup cashews

1 cup desiccated coconut

1 tbsp coconut oil

2 tsp vanilla extract (choose a sugar free one, alternatively use a vanilla bean)

1/3 cup honey, coconut syrup or agave nectar

1 cup fresh strawberries

Extra coconut for decorating

 

Let’s do this! 

Grab your Froothie OPTIMUM blender and throw in the cashews and the coconut. Blend on a low speed, using the tamper to push everything down so it blends evenly. In a minute or two you should have a nut butter texture.

Add the coconut oil, vanilla, honey and strawberries and blend until combined (it should turn a pretty pink colour).

Press into a small baking dish (I used one which is 20cm x 10cm) and sprinkle the extra desiccated coconut on top.

Freeze for 2-3 hours until it’s a solid, fudgey consistency. For best results, keep in freezer and remove about 10-15 minutes before eating.

Cut into small squares and enjoy!

Makes about 12 pieces.

 

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14 Comments
  • Author Bek Mugridge (@bekmugridge)
    Posted at 17:42h, 09 June Reply

    YUM!!
    It looks gorgeous X

    • Jules
      Posted at 21:00h, 09 June Reply

      Thanks Bek! xo

      • Gail
        Posted at 01:34h, 22 June Reply

        Hi Jules:
        How many servings does this do Raw Strawberry Fudge recipe provide?

        • Jules
          Posted at 12:11h, 22 June Reply

          Hi Gail, it makes about 8 servings 🙂

  • narelle rieniets
    Posted at 19:24h, 18 June Reply

    Made this today. Totally delicious! And the kids love it too!
    Thanks for the yummy recipes 🙂

    • Jules
      Posted at 20:57h, 18 June Reply

      You’re welcome! I’m so glad you like my recipes, Narelle 🙂

  • Gay
    Posted at 11:56h, 19 June Reply

    Hi Jules,
    Love this recipe, my family needs sugar free gluten free dairy and raw is a bonus.
    Do you recommend soaking cashews for this recipe and for how long?
    My Grand Daughter will love it.

    • Jules
      Posted at 19:59h, 19 June Reply

      Hi Gay,
      There’s no need to soak the cashews as long as you are using a powerful blender 🙂

      • Gay
        Posted at 20:34h, 19 June Reply

        Thank you. regards Gay

    • Linda Phersson
      Posted at 21:27h, 18 November Reply

      I soaked my cashews overnight. I also doubled the recipe as I knew it wouldn’t last long. Just so delicious.

  • Qugley
    Posted at 18:02h, 23 June Reply

    Holy fudge!!! That is FANTASTICO!! Amaze – o – rama! Luckily I quadrupled the recipe as it was already being eaten and eaten before it was even in the freezer! Thank you so very much Jules the incredible!

  • Quigley
    Posted at 18:09h, 02 July Reply

    Thank you so much for your scrummy yummy fudge! We substituted frozen berries and soaked almonds, as no matter how many punnets of strawberries I bought, they seemed to disappear within 5 minutes ! Delish!

  • Jaimme Le
    Posted at 16:09h, 03 July Reply

    What a fantastic recipe. I’m totally addicted 

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