Salted Caramel Choc Macadamia Fudge

If you thought that was a mouthful you should try shoving a bit of this fudge in your gob. It’s a mouthful mouth-party. It’s a bit sweet, but a bit salty & a bit nutty…. Kinda like me actually. You could drizzle some coconut butter on top, or a bit of melted dark chocolate. You can sub in some other nuts if you prefer.

10 fresh dates
1 cup boiling water
2 heaped tbs raw cacao
Pinch rock salt
4 tbs coconut oil
1/2 cup lightly toasted macadamias

Pit the fresh dates pop them in a bowl. Pour over the boiling water & push them down with a spoon so that they are covered best you can. Leave to sit for 5 mins. You could take a quick shower. Or paint your toenails. Or just watch them soak. Whatever floats your boat. Now add the dates & water to your food processor & blend to combine. Add the coconut oil & raw cacao & blend until smooth. Pour into a small baking paper lined container. Sprinkle the macadamias on top and push them down a bit. Sprinkle with a bit of rock salt & pop in the freezer to set for 1/2 hr before slicing then wrap your laughing gear around it.


12 thoughts on “Salted Caramel Choc Macadamia Fudge

  1. That looks amazing! It just so happens I have all of these ingredients on hand, so I’ll be making this tomorrow! Yummy!

  2. Oooh thank you & enjoy it!!

  3. Amanda says:

    Oh my!! Depending on how long this lasts where is the best place to store this and how long does it keep?!

  4. Hmmmm mine lasted about 20 minutes 😉 I would normally keep it in the freezer for up to a month or the fridge for up to a week.

  5. Tony says:

    Thanks so much for sharing!
    I have made this twice however can’t get it to set. I have to freeze it for hours and then we eat it like a frozen dessert… Absolutely delicious though!!
    If I put it in the fridge after that it melts again. The second time I added a little more coconut oil but same result.
    When you say 4 tablespoons of coconut oli is that liquid or solid?

  6. Hey Tony, my coconut oil was solid. Try only adding 1/2 the water and see how that goes 😉

  7. Tony says:

    Great. Will do

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