DEAR & DELICIOUS – A sweet treat with no fear of binging!
Close your eyes. Dream about a warm beach, salt and coconut in the air. Dear Delicious Almond Coconut Fudge is like a five minute vacation, rejuvenating you to your core.
You recall food as medicine. Right?
In the fall, our body craves oily foods as it builds a layer of insulating fats for winter protection. It’s important to give our body healthy fats at this time, which will nourish and calm our nervous system (don’t underestimate the power of clear mind without anxiety…interested?,to read this CLICK HERE protect your body from colds and flus later in the season and provide the fuel you’ll need to keep yourself warm with this rich, yet balanced goodness.
Healthy fats, fiber and protein like this magical Almond Coconut Fudge promises more than empty carbs, it fills inner emptiness – satisfying cellular hunger.
If you like to be “nurdy” continue reading, otrherwise jump to the recipe!
What is appestat?…
The region of the hypothalamus that creates natural appetite limiting signals to our body to control our portions.
Natural whole foods won’t bypass your ‘appestat’ like many processed foods. And the big plus! Our Almond Coconut Fudge is a fiber and protein blast in one; not only heartier, but holds your appetite longer, than empty carbs and provides high amount of fibre to feel full. So often, sugar cravings are protein cravings in disguise. This godess promises what your body truly needs!
DEAR DELICIOUS RECIPE – ALMOND COCONUT FUDGE (preparation time maximum 5 minutes)
300gramm of almond butter
1/2tbsp vanilla (preferably not essence!)
2tbsp coconut butter
1tsp grated fresh young ginger
1tbsp honey or brown rice mollasses
1 pinch of unrefined himalayan pink salt or probiotic salt
1.Place all ingredients in high power blender with an S blade and blend it for a couple of minutes.
2.If you are a chocolate lover you could try to add extra 3tbsp of raw cocoa powder before you add the molasses and coconut oil.
3.As a bonus for this versatile fudge you can have this batter handy to make delicious lunch box bliss balls of your own! Use your imagination and try to to mix to the fudge; buckinis, tulsi powder, acai, chia, orange zest and could be easily formed into nice balls (suggest to use a bit of water on your hands before you roll them), keep them in a fridge. NOTE! The fudge will harden in the fridge, or keep it in a glass jar in your pantry will remain the same consistency.
At Dear Delicious we served this beauty on our seeded gluten free toast with toasted coconut topping and a scoop of coyo icecream! Mjummie again!
This kind of delicious treats give you the freedom to choose how much sugar, fats and salts you eat – spiced with freedom and elegance!and it is so easy to make. In less than a few minutes, you could be enjoying pure decadence. In case you allergic to almond you could try this beauty with any nut butter, your options are endless!