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Tuesday, February 8, 2011


Nutty Mint Fudge~Raw!

A couple days ago, I tried a fudge recipe from GNOWFLGLINS.  Because I had recently used a generous amount of carob powder in another recipe, I decided not to make the dark side of the marbled fudge.  Truth be told, we had actually run out of vanilla too.  So...

I took the advice of Ms. Wardeh, who posted the recipe, and added spearmint extract instead.  I also added some chopped almonds, and Voil√†!

They tasted rather yummy despite my impartiality towards coconut cream concentrate in recipes.  Papa said he could eat coconut cream all day, so he definitely loved them!

To make a batch of these yummy, coconutty, nutty, minty fudge squares, have on hand the following:

1/2 cup coconut cream concentrate*
aprox. 1/2-1 tbsp coconut oil (liquid but not hot)
aprox. 1 1/2-2 tbsp. raw honey (or to taste)
A handful of almonds or nut of your choice
A drop (or two) of spearmint (or peppermint) oil

First, chop the almonds or run through the food processor, then set aside.  Place coconut cream into empty food processor and spin until rather finely ground.  Then add coconut oil and honey.  At this point, you can remove the mix to a bowl and add the nuts, mixing with your hands.  Then, add the mint extract and make sure it is mixed thoroughly.

Pat into a small glass pan or other container on hand and refrigerate for about 30-60 minutes.  Then cut into small squares and enjoy!

As I hope you will do.  Until next time...      Blessings!  ~ Leah

*Note added Feb 9thCoconut Cream can be found at your local health food Store.  It can also be found at Tropical Traditions   If you are new to Tropical Traditions, please consider using our User ID: 247069.  You are eligible to receive your own free copy of Virgin Coconut Oil book, complementary by visiting here. Feel free to visit customer service Tropical Traditions Customer Service  if you need help placing your first order & to receive your free copy of Virgin Coconut.  (We at Pebble Crossing appreciate your support)

This post is shared with:
GNOWFGLINS' Tuesday Twister
A Moderate Life's Hearth & Soul 
The Nourishing Gourmet's Pennywise Platter
Simply Sugar Gluten Free's Slightly Indulgent Tuesday 


  1. Thank you for sharing, Leah! :-)

  2. Oh, that looks delicious! Thank you for the recipe :D

  3. Yum! I'm going to have to try that. Never used coconut cream though.

  4. This looks incredibly delicious! I think I'll be trying it soon. Where can I find coconut cream concentrate though? I've never heard of it before. Found you through Tuesday Twister, by the way, and I really enjoy your blog.

  5. Hello Nerdy Mom, Thank you! My daughter loves to bake. I'm thinking you can find coconut cream at your local health food store. I'm going to add a note in this post that it can also be found at Tropical Traditions with our User Id No. 247069 if you are new to TT. Blessings!

  6. ymmy I wish Sonja would make some (hint hint) =)

    hope to see you very soon


  7. Hi Leah! Don't you just love it when you can create a recipe and work around the things you are missing and even come up with something you like better? This fudge certainly looks yummy and I am with Papa, I love coconut cream! Thanks so much for sharing this on the hearth and soul hop! All the best, Alex

  8. That fudge looks like the perfect sweet bite. I have a sweet treat linky party going on at my blog and I'd like to invite you to stop by and link your fudge up. http://sweet-as-sugar-cookies.blogspot.com/2011/02/sweets-for-saturday-4.html

  9. These lovely treats are so pretty, and they look innocent. :) My mom is a big fan of coconut and I'm sure she'll love these. Thanks for sharing.


  10. cannot wait to make this -


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