Recipe: Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge! (part seven)

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Peanut-Butter-Fudge

No deprivation! Have your healthy homemade desserts for the whole family!

Okay…

 

I promised to share this super easy and very nutritious fudge recipe.

 

I got this from one of my favorite bloggers

Sarah, the healthy home economist

 

Last week I finished up a series on the true cause of heart disease and other modern ills.

 

If you missed it, check this one:

How one innocent donut causes deadly inflammation!

 

Last week we talked about how we need healthy fat in our diet everyday.

 

One source of healthy fat is butter!

 

Although butter has been terribly demonized in the last 5—60 years, we now know that this advice was and is deeply flawed!

 

Turns out we need to eat saturated fat instead of the highly profitable fake manmade trans fats like margarine, or vegetable oils that have been pushed on people for the last several decades.

 

Along with other essential nutrients, every cell in the body depends on having access to healthy fat.

 

So, let’s have some butter in this delicious chocolate peanut butter fudge!

 

Jim, (my husband) and I love this, and I know you will too.

 

Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge:

 

Ingredients:

1 cup softened raw, pastured butter (I like Kerrygold, or use the best butter you can afford)

1 cup raw honey (see if you can find local raw honey)

1/2 cup cocoa or carob powder (we use cacao)

1/2 cup organic, creamy peanut butter or soaked nut butter of choice (we use Arrowhead mill)

2 tsp chocolate extract (if you used carob)

1 tsp vanilla extract

1/2 tsp sea salt

 

Instructions:

Mix ingredients in a large bowl until smooth. Spread in an 8X8 pan or one of similar size and freeze for 2 hours. Cut chocolate peanut butter fudge into

squares and enjoy!

 

NOTE:  Chocolate peanut butter fudge makes a great snack for us adults, or for the kids, but don’t put in lunchboxes as it will get too soft even with a cold pack.

 

Jim and I keep our supply frozen.

 

When we want a piece we simply get it straight from the freezer.

 

I plan to alter the recipe next time and use half butter and half coconut oil.

 

I think the coconut oil will change the consistency so it won’t melt so fast once it is out of the freezer.

 

After you make this, let me know how you like this, okay?

 

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