The thing that I love about this fudge ball recipe is that it’s so quick and easy to make and it’s not loaded with artificial or unnatural ingredients like other convenient sweets are.
Whenever you need a chocolate fix, you can whip these bad boys up in about 5 minutes!
5 Minute Raw Paleo Fudge Balls:
Makes about 6-8 balls
1/4 cup raw cacao powder (like this)
1/4 cup shredded coconut ( I used this flaked kind)
2 tbsp raw honey
1 tbsp coconut milk, raw whole milk or almond milk (how to make almond milk)
2 tbsp raw almond butter (how to make almond butter)
plus 2 tbsp raw cacao powder for rolling
1. Place all ingredients in a bowl and mix with a fork until thoroughly combined.
2. If the mixture is too wet to form into balls, add a little bit of cacao powder, 1 tsp at a time until it reaches the desired consistency. If it’s too dry, add more milk at 1 tsp at a time until it reaches the desired consistency.
3. Roll small portions of the batter into balls and roll in the cacao powder. They’re ready to eat immediately! Store any extras in the fridge.
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