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    Looking for primal fudge recipie

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    So I see plenty of references on the forum for primal fudge, a nice portion point to this link http://www.sonofgrok.com/2009/02/rec...l-fudge-balls/ well, son of grok is gone so... anyone have it saved that they can repost here?
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    Found it on evernote, I think. If anyone knows a better one let me know!




    Ingredients:


    - 1 bar ghirardelli 100% cocoa baking chocolate
    - 1/2 can or 7oz of coconut milk
    - 2 tblspns coconut oil
    - 2 teaspoons vanilla
    - 2 tblspoons egg white powder. I am not entirely sure about the necessity of this ingredient but i used it and it worked so I am keeping it in here.
    - 1/2 cup to 1 cup almond butter. This is where I really failed keeping track. I just spooned it right into the pan.
    - Crushed walnuts (or another nut you would like to use.
    -(Optional) Add in some stevia or sweetener if you need it sweeter. I don’t think it needs additional sweetening at all.

    Directions:
    1. Slowly warm coconut milk in a saucepan on low to medium heat.
    2. Add in almond butter and stir until smooth. Keep pan on low-medium heat.
    3. Add chocolate bar. It will melt easier if you break it into its section. Stir on low-medium heat until smooth.
    4. Add coconut oil and once again stir while keeping mixture on low-medium heat.
    5. Stir in egg white powder and vanilla.
    6. Once all stirred and melted. Remove from heat.
    7. Stir in crushed walnuts (or other nut) and allow mixture to cool enough to handle. You can do this in the freezer or refrigerator to speed it up.
    8. After sufficiently cooled, use your hands to roll the mixture into whatever size fudgeballs you would like.
    9. Cool the fudgeballs in the freezer or refrigerator.
    10. Once cooled and hardened… enjoy! Store in refrigerator.
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    this looks like it could be pretty tasty. i'm wondering about the egg white powder too...binding agent?

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    Quote Originally Posted by primalrob View Post
    this looks like it could be pretty tasty. i'm wondering about the egg white powder too...binding agent?
    Probably, I might try it with coco powder instead of a baking bar, maybe a little less coconut milk too. Don't really want to have to buy egg powder.
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    HERE IS ONE i TRIED AND VERY DELICIOUS imo.


    Coconut Cream Chocolate Fudge (Dairy Free) | The Coconut Mama

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry H View Post
    HERE IS ONE i TRIED AND VERY DELICIOUS imo.


    Coconut Cream Chocolate Fudge (Dairy Free) | The Coconut Mama
    I think I like this one better. Thanks!
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    You bet.

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    i'm wondering about the egg white powder too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
    They both look good, but I think the p-mint one is what I'm going to try out on my family and workmates. Unfortunately I can't have any but this sounds great! Thanks.
    Last edited by Terry H; 12-21-2012 at 08:18 AM.

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