Vegan Chocolate Fudge With Goji Berries and Roasted Almonds

Vegan Chocolate Fudge With Goji Berries and Roasted Almonds

This decadent almond fudge is made with only six ingredients, two of which are superfoods! The delicious dessert recipe is vegan, almost raw, refined sugar-free, and gluten-free.

When I was a kid, my dad would occasionally buy himself some very dark chocolate with roasted almonds. It was his favorite. I was not really a fan of dark chocolate back then, but for some reason, the combination of dark chocolate and roasted almond really did something for me.

Since then I have been on the search for a good quality, refined sugar-free dark chocolate with roasted almonds. So far I haven’t had any luck, so I make this instead. It satisfies my craving every time.

I’m not really sure what you would call this recipe. Originally it was a recipe for vegan chocolate icing that I made for a raw beetroot cake. I actually hated the way the cake turned out but fell in love with the icing. So I made it again and turned it into this. I decided that the closest thing it resembles is chocolate fudge so that’s what I’m naming it.


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On the hunt for more delicious fudge recipes to satisfy your sweet tooth? Try making these raw chocolate fudge squares recipe! The oh-so-decadent dessert is made with Medjool dates, ground almonds, hazelnuts, raisins, ground flax-seed, and raw cacao powder. It pairs perfectly with a tall glass of plant-based milk.

Or you can try your hand at making this easy, vegan no-bake chocolate cherry torte! This raw recipe features a homemade “Nutella” topping, shaved chocolate, and cherries. It’s decadent, delicious, and super easy to make. The filling is made from raw cashews, cacao butter, cacao powder, maple syrup, frozen pitted cherries, and vanilla extract. Try eating just one slice.

Looking for something that packs a punch? Try making these protein-packed vegan cashew butter bites! The recipe can be whipped up in only five minutes, plus, these bites can be stores in the fridge for up to two weeks. The recipe requires only a handful of ingredients, including cashew butter, maple syrup, vanilla protein powder, oat flour, vanilla extract, and sprinkles.

This recipe was republished with permission from Hazel and Cacao.