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Superfood Chocolate Fudge

I love enjoying fudge that is packed with energy boosting superfoods! You won't feel guilty indulging in this yummy treat! This recipe is adapted from a basic superfoods fudge recipes from http://www.plantlab.com

Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes
Servings 12
Author kristine Kelly

Ingredients

Layer 1:

  • 1/2 c Cacao Powder
  • 5 tbsp Lucuma
  • 3 tbsp Coconut Sugar
  • 1 tsp Maca
  • 1/2 tsp E3 Live Blue Majik
  • 1/4 tsp Himalayan Salt
  • 6 tbsp Melted Coconut Oil

Layer 2:

  • 1/2 c Raw Almond Butter creamy
  • 3 tbsp Melted Cacao Butter
  • 1 tbsp Coconut Sugar
  • 1/2 tsp Himalayan Salt
  • 1/16 tsp Vanilla Bean

Layer 3:

  • 1/4 c Raw Almonds
  • 1/4 c Coconut Sugar
  • 1 tbsp Melted Coconut Oil
  • 1/16 tsp Himalayan Salt

Instructions

  1. Combine dry ingredients of "layer 1" in mixing bowl and add in liquid ingredients and combine well. 

  2. Set 1/2 of layer 1 in a lined 6 inch pie pan (I use Saran Wrap) in refrigerator. Set aside the other 1/2 of layer 1 at room temp.

  3. Make almond brittle layer by melting coconut sugar in coconut oil, then add in salt and raw almonds. Once it dries it will harden. Chop up half of your almond Brittle using a knife so you have even slices. Set aside this half of the Brittle. For the remaining half, use a food processor and set aside.

  4. Layer 2, combine ingredients in mixing bowl and separate mixture in half. With the first half, add in chopped almond Brittle. Spread this layer on pie pan and set in fridge.

  5. For the remaining mixture of layer 2, add in food processed almond Brittle, it should be finely ground like sand. Set aside.

  6. Add remaining mixture of layer 1 on pie and set in fridge.

  7. Add remaining mixture of layer 2 and set in fridge. Enjoy after setting for another 30 minutes in fridge.

Recipe Notes

E3Live Blue Majik is a certified organic extract of Arthrospira platensis, a blue pigmented spirulina. This nutrient-dense blue aqua botanical is made primarily of Phycocyanin, a pigment with powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

Phycocyanin comes from the Greek phyco - meaning algae, and cyanin - meaning blue-green, or aqua color. This blue pigment is present in blue-green algae, and it has been shown in studies to reduce or prevent inflammation. Phycocyanin exerts strong anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, neuroprotective, and hepatoprotective effects.

Source: E3 Live