Easy No-Cook Carob Fudge

Total Time
15mins
Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins

From Jane Kinderlehrer's the Art of Cooking with Love and Wheat Germ (and Other Natural Foods.) This stuff is so good! And who says a hunk of butter is bad for you? Well, all right, this book is about 30 year old. I have made it substituting Smucker's Natural Peanut Butter for the butter and omitting the arrowroot. Very good. It's also good rolled in unsweetened coconut. (Oh! I think I used powdered milk once when I didn't have any powdered soymilk.)

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Cream together the butter, honey, and vanilla.
  2. Add the powders, mix all ingredients well, and form into balls.
  3. You can form the balls around a cashew or other nut.
  4. This must be kept refrigerated because of the butter.

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I tagged this in V'gan Recipe Swap July 09. I am also on a restrictive diet and everything but the honey is allowed. So I subbed 1/4 C veg. glycerin and some stevia for sweetener and used regular milk powder. Instead of rolling into balls, I just put it in a container that I could scoop a spoonful out of when I wanted a chocolate fix. It is very sweet this way (don't know if it's the same w/honey?) so I can only have a little at a time. But it's nice to be able to have a chocolate fix once in awhile.

WI Cheesehead July 01, 2009

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