Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins
Here is a fudge you Will enjoy and not feel guilty about eating it. It is healthy and very good. This fudge is my sisters favorite after I made some for her. It is easy and yummy too! You can substitute ingredients too if you wish,like...flax seeds, oat bran, powdered milk.
- 1 cup honey
- 1 cup peanut butter
- 1 cup walnuts, chopped
- 1⁄2 cup carob powder
- 1 cup sesame seeds
- 1 cup coconut
- 1 cup chopped sunflower seeds
- 1⁄4 cup lecithin granules (optional)
- 2 teaspoons vanilla
- Melt honey in a double boiler over low heat.
- Add peanut butter and the rest of the ingredients.
- Press into a well greased 9x13 pan.
- Sprinkle with additional cocout.
- let set a few minutes and cut into 24 bars.
This fudge is FULL off the good stuff! I actually only made a quarter recipe (6 servings), since I figured that BF and I don't need a whole 9x13 tray of fudge all to ourselves, even if it it IS a healthier version. I used wonderul Oklahoma pecans instead of the walnuts (Thank you Jen/ladypit!) and half sesame seeds and half flax seeds. I did use the optional lecithin, and I don't know if it is because of this, but the texture was very nice and cohesive and fudgy. I used a lovely raw wildflower honey and organic crunchy peanut butter. Just really great. Each bite is kind of like a chocolatey (or caroby I guess) bite of rich trail mix. I'm not really sure how to explain it, but it tastes lovely and decadent, full of nuts and seeds and coconut and carob. I think it is quite rich and you only need a small square to be satisfied. I think I could certainly get 12 serving out of my small 6-serving tin. Thank you for posting, michEgan! You're certainly right... this fudge is excellent!
This was great. I loved all the healthy seeds and nuts. It tasted delicious, too. Thanks so much!
This is super yummy and chocolatey. I didn't put in lecithin - I don't even know what that is. I keep it in the freezer instead so that it stays solid. I am just about to make this for the third time. Thanks Michegan