Last week I was approached by iherb.com about republishing my Banana Bread Breakfast Bars onto their blog. In exchange I got to go shopping! It was pretty exciting perusing their site, filling up my cart with all sorts of food items I have a hard time buying at the store: coconut butter, raw almond butter, coconut flour, cashews…it was awesome. I was watching my 2 1/2 year old niece, Juniper when the box arrived at my doorstep a few days later. Excitedly I tore through the packaging, pulling out nuts and butters, and while my niece did her best to be enthused with me, it became clear she just isn’t as big of food nerd as me.
Anyway, I have to give iherb a bit of a shout out here. Their prices are quite a lot cheaper than those I’ve seen in the store and my experience was so good that I will continue to purchase through the iherb site. And because their prices are so good, I set up a way that YOU can shop there and with my code, receive a discount.
An ad will stay my side bar. Look to the right. You see it? And if you find yourself interested in any of their products, go ahead and use this coupon code for your purchase.
And with my gift of food I made this Raw Chocolate Almond Marble Fudge.
Raw Chocolate Almond Marble Fudge
makes about 16 pieces
*click on any of the ingredients to check them out over at iherb.
Line a 8 1/2 x 4 1/2 loaf pan with parchment paper, allowing the parchment paper hang over the edge.
In a food processor blend together all the ingredients for the chocolate fudge until well blended and thick. Pour into the prepared pan and set aside.
In a clean food processor blend together the ingredients for the almond fudge until well blended. In spoonfuls drop almond fudge on top of the chocolate and swirl together in with a knife. Do not overmix or you will lose the marble effect.
Place fudge the freezer to set up. Once solid, remove from pan by lifting up the parchment paper. Peel off paper and cut into equal pieces.
Store in the refrigerator or freezer.
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