Updated: Sep 21
Ok, they're not the prettiest, but these anti-inflammatory fudge thins are delish, and simple to make!🍫
Plus, this is real life! Not everything we eat is food mag worthy right??
In a bowl mix together 1/2 cup almond butter, (or any nut/seed butter) 1/2 cup coconut oil, 3 Tbs raw cacao powder, and 1 Tbs maple syrup. Throw in a pinch of salt too!
Spread mixture into a small tray lined with baking paper and freeze for 2 hrs.
Cut into squares and enjoy!
You could even increase the antioxidant content by sorting through some goji berries before freezing.
These antioxidant rich, anti-inflammatory fudge thins take less than 5 minutes to mix together.
Raw cacao has numerous benefits:
- It has 40x the antioxidants of blueberries
- It’s the highest plant source of iron
- It’s incredibly rich in magnesium
- It’s a natural mood enhancer
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