Simply Raw Chocolate Fudge

Raw Chocolate Fudge

If you do not have the time to make our Chewy Chocolate Cookies then let’s just eat the mixture! It makes a delicious and simple raw chocolate fudge!

Simply Raw Chocolate Fudge

1 cup of macadamias (or 1 cup of hulled tahini)

1 cup medjool dates, pitted

1 tablespoon cacao or cocoa or carob

Place your ingredients into your food processor or blender and blend until smooth and coming together. Press the mixture into a loaf tin or small container lined with baking paper hanging over the sides. Freeze for several hours to set. Eat straight from the freezer. Delicious. Enjoy!

  • I’m still speechless about how easy those cookies are. They genuinely are on my ‘next to bake’ list, and I was talking about them in the lunchroom and one of the ladies said “Hrmm… I wonder if you could eat them raw too” and I said “of course!”

  • Jodie

    This is sooo yummy, i had a taste test before it went in the freezer, i had to stop myself eating it all, can’t wait till it is frozen and try it then, thanks for another great recipe!

    • bianca

      Thank you Jodie, I am pleased you like the fudge. I really appreciate you taking the time to write. Enjoy, Bianca

  • Helen Smith

    I add shelled hemp to it for extra nuttiness and with extra goodness! Thank you so much for this recipe it helps my Ulcerative Colitis!

  • Krysia

    WAY better raw as “fudge” than cooked as “cookies”, hardest thing was stopping at half the tray…

    Thanks for the awesome recipes.

  • sue

    i made this yesterday. Nearly all gone. I added acai berries.so easy and taste just fab.thanks

    • bianca

      Sounds fabulous Sue, thank you so much for taking the time to write. Enjoy your fudge. Bianca

  • Jane

    is unhulled tahini ok to use?

    • bianca

      You could try it if you wanted to Jane but I personally prefer hulled tahini, unhulled has both a different taste and texture. I don’t know that my response will be of much help to you! BIanca

  • Rose H

    I’d like to make some raw cookies like this but can’t eat dates. What else might be a good substitute?

    • bianca

      Hi Rose, whatever you like will work fine, I love figs and think that would be great, you could also try prunes or raisins. I hope that helps, Bianca

      • Rose H

        Yum, figs are my favorite. I don’t mind prunes either. Can’t wait to try it, thank you 🙂

        • bianca

          No worries Rose, I look forward to hearing what you think. Bianca

  • Nathan

    I have made the biscuits with this mixture and they are amazing! I love the smell and taste of ‘Cacao’. I have a silly question about the fudge…once its been put in the freezer is it best to store it in there too?

    • bianca

      Thanks for writing, it isn’t a silly question at all. Yes, I store mine in the freezer, you could keep it in the fridge also. I hope this helps. Enjoy, Bianca

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    • bianca

      Thank you for your support, I am very pleased that you are enjoying our fudge! I hope you are feeling fabulous. Bianca

  • Renae hunter

    How do I work out the nutritional value of this slice?

    • bianca

      I am sorry Renae, I am not much help there. Perhaps google nutritional calculator or something along those lines?? Bianca

  • tina

    will these melt at room temp?

    • bianca

      This isn’t a simple answer! I blend mine until very smooth and yes, I do not find they keep as well as I would like at room temperature. However, my Mum makes hers in a food processor, rolls them into balls and then into coconut and they travel perfectly fine out of the fridge. I cannot explain why. I hope this helps, many thanks, Bianca

      • Eve

        Bianca, if you are using a Thermie to make yours it could be that more oil is released from the nuts , because the Thermie is more powerful ? Just wondering…

  • Lara

    Can this be made with normal dates?

    • bianca

      Hi Lara, it will be much harder to blend and you may want to increase the amount, perhaps even double it, I hope that helps. Bianca

      • Kate

        I cant get medjool dates in my area – if I use normal dates, does that mean I need to double the amount of cocoa that I use?

        • bianca

          Hi Kate, simply double the amount of dates required, you would leave the cocoa as it is. I hope this helps. Bianca

  • Joy

    Could you use Brazil nuts instead of macadamias? I’ve got heaps and want to use them up.

    • bianca

      Hi Joy, you can but it will be harder to blend and the result will not be quite the same. I love brazil nuts and think it will still be delicious. Enjoy, Bianca

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  • Céline

    I already know I will love those! Better get some macadamia nuts after the school drop off….

    • Céline

      Just got it out of the freezer and it’s DELICIOUS! Do you keep it in the fridge afterwards? Not that I would leave any if it wasn’t for my daughter who would then tease her brother after school… So I’m forced to! Also because the pother day we ate all of the treats before my husband got home! We’re soooo naughty now!!!

  • Janis

    Hi Bianca I have noticed you use hulled tahini in your recipes instead of unhulled, any reason for going this way. I love the simplicity of your recipes, amazing and gorgeous.

    • bianca

      Thank you so much Janis. I prefer the taste of hulled tahini, you could certainly try it with unhulled if you wanted too. Enjoy, Bianca

  • Hi Bianca, I couldn’t get to the store to buy unhulled Tahini however I have a jar of Tahini (hulled stone ground sesame seeds) would you suggest I try it and would it still be the same amount as in your recipe or less?
    I can’t wait to try the fudge.
    Thanks in advance Terri

    • bianca

      Hi Terri, hulled tahini is the type I use. I hope this helps. Thanks, Bianca

  • Lisa

    I was feeling like a sweet treat. This is soooo yummy and healthy is a bonus
    Thanks

    • bianca

      Thank you Lisa, I am glad you liked it.

  • melanie holmes

    Hi Bianca
    When I saw your recipes i must admit i was sceptical, how could these three ingredients possibly make chocolate fudge, so i tried it, i cant believe it not only was it so simple to make but i think it actually tastes better than what i thought was the real thing i was wrong this is the real thing, thanks so much for your recipes! Just wondering what about anzac biscuits, do you have a version?

    • bianca

      Hi Melanie, thank you so much! I am very pleased that you have enjoyed it. I shall get onto the Anzac biscuits, yum!!!!

  • Kristy

    I have made two batches of this, one with unhulled tahini, one with hulled tahini. I can tell you with 100% certainty that this is 1000 times better with hulled tahini!

    • bianca

      Hi Kristy, I am hearing you! I am very much a hulled tahini girl 🙂 I hope you liked it. Bianca. xx

  • Kiki

    How many dates approx do you use in 1 cup? I always seem to need more than what fits in a cup. Thanks

    • bianca

      Hi Kiki, it is approximately 10 medjool dates. I hope this helps. Bianca

  • Claire

    Bianca, I love this fudge! I stumbled upon your site recently and I’m an addict. I should declare that I’m a terrible cook but I’ve made a few things and I adore this fudge. Unfortunately, I’m still looking for a recipe that my nay saying husband adores – he likes them, but likes his “normal” treats better. Oh well, more for me! Off to the shops to get goodies to make your Lemon Slice – I can’t wait!

    • bianca

      Thank you so much Claire, I am glad you like it. Perhaps try the caramel slice with your husband, that seems to win many people over. Many thanks, Bianca

  • Morven

    Just tried these with slivered almonds as I had no macadamias, great! I also added vanilla, soooo good, thanks very much 🙂

    • bianca

      Thank you. I am glad you like it. Bianca

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  • Deanna

    Woah. Hold the phone. That fudge is amazing. Thank you. (Again.)

  • Valeska Espinosa

    Gorgeous fudge, I’ve lost track of how many times I’ve said it but this is my new favourite recipe, just divine ????