Mila’s Meals Chocolate Nut Fudge Recipe

Spoil your family or a loved one with @milasmeals chocolate nut fudge for Valentine’s Day.


1 cup dates, soaked and pitted

1 cup coconut oil, melted

1/2 cup cashew nuts, activated

1/4 cup raw cacao powder

1 tsp vanilla powder

1 tsp green powder

(chlorella, spirulina, barley and

wheatgrass mix)

pinch of desert, sea or Himalayan salt

1/2 cup water


Place all the ingredients (except the water) in a blender or food processor fitted with an S-blade, and process for a couple of minutes.

Gradually add the water while the blender or processor is running until the mixture is smooth. You want to make sure it is not too runny as it will not set – the amount of water you need to add depends on how long you soaked your dates for. The longer they have soaked (and the more water they are retaining), the less water you need to add to the mixture.

Scoop the mixture into a shallow dish lined with baking paper.

Place in the fridge and allow to set – this takes approximately 1 hour.

Cut the fudge into squares and serve.

(Please note due to the nature of coconut oil, the fudge will soften when it stands at room temperature.)

If there is any left over, you can store it in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 3 weeks.

‘Mila’s Meals: The Beginnings & The Basics’ is a 500-page, multiple award-winning “tome” of a cookbook. With over 100 nutrient-dense, gluten-free, dairy-free AND refined sugar-free recipes and a wealth of knowledge about the food industry and using food as medicine.
Covering The Beginning of your little one’s life-long food journey (food introduction etc.) and The Basics of nourishing your whole family – it’s as much about learning how to feed your baby as it is about re-learning how to feed yourself!

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