Sunday, 27 January 2008

Healthy Chocolate (carob) Fudge Recipe

Have you ever wondered if there was such thing as a delicious treat (such as chocolate fudge) that you could snack on without feeling guilty?

Well wonder no more..... here is my healthy chocolate fudge recipe that has no added fat or sugar and is dairy/gluten/sugar/egg free. It conatins healthy ingredients such as dates, almonds, carob, raisins and even sunflower seeds!

This sugar free fudge recipe is naturally sweetened by the dates, lovely nut flavour of the almonds and a smooth chocolate flavour with a soft chewy fudge texture.

This easy chocolate fudge recipe takes little time to make, it only takes an hour to set in the fridge.

So go ahead and treat yourself to a chocolate fudge recipe that is actually good for your health!

Ingredients for Jeenas Healthy Chocolate Fudge Recipe..

100g Dark Sugar Free Carob Chocolate
20 Dates (stones removed)
Handful Raisins
2 Handfuls Almonds
Few Drops Vanilla Extract
Sprinkle Sunflower Seeds
Rapeseed oil to grease (or other flavourless vegetable oil)

'Note... You can use dark cocoa choclate instead. Also it is best to use a small plastic conatiner so the fudge can easily come out as a block once set.'

Getting started on Jeenas Healthy Chocolate Fudge Recipe..

Chop 15 dates and blend them into a mushy ball in your food processor.

Put to the side till later.

Chop up your other five dates and almond nuts.

Place them into a bowl along with the raisins.

Put a small pan of water on a medium heat, place a small bowl over the top of the pan.

Do not fill the pan with too much water.

Break your chocolate into peices and place into the small bowl to meltfor your choclate fudge.

Once melted add the vanilla to the bowl.

Stir your blended up dates into the chocolate, it will look a little lumpy.

Add it straight to the bowl containing the nuts and raisins, mix well.

Take a small plastic conatiner and lightly grease it with rapeseed oil.

Pour the chocolate fudge mixture into it.

Spread evenly and press in the mixture with the back of a spoon quite firm.

Sprinkle with sunflower seeds, cover with plastic wrap and place in the refridgerator for an hour.

Once cooled your healthy chocolate fudge should come easily out of the plastic conatiner.

Your chocolate fudge will look like a slab of thick chocolate, cut into little chunks and keep wrapped up or in a container in your fridge.

Enjoy your healthy chocolate fudge recipe.

If you enjoyed this Healthy Chocolate Fudge Recipe why not try..

Check out my Health Bar Flapjacks Recipe or my Chocolate loaf cake Health Bar Recipe

And to finish off....

A lovely warm "refreshing drink" that is good for you and great for digestion:

Jeenas fresh spiced tea recipe.

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Lakshmi said...

Fudge looks good and it is healthy too! wowww..

Daily Meals said...

Hi Jeena! Fudge looks yummy...

Sagari said...

thats a yummy looking fudge jeena ,nice pics too

Happy cook said...

Jeana the more i scroll down more i get depreseed.
They just look so delicious that i want to make them.
But I have promised myself that i am going to loose the kilos i gained during the last two months.
So I am not even going to make them.
Will wait to make these till i have lost the weight

Superchef said...

healthy fudge is defenitely a must try!! :)

Kribha said...

Oh My Jeena! That looks so delicious and drool-worthy. I love that it is non-fat and sugar-free. Will try it soon.

culinaryprincess said...

A really simple yet healthy recipe. Will try it out soon since i'm trying to be on a diet!

shriya said...

Ooohh! Looks very delicious. I Love fudges and some healthy way means I would love to eat a lot. I Like the step by step presentation.

rv said...

Hey dear, I tried your veg sheekh kabab and it came out good:) and I sure love to try this fudge , coz I love fudge:) Yours is a wonderful blog especially becoz of the lovely pics and simple writing and instructions:)

Inmaculada (Adi) said...

What a nice variation on those full-of-sugar-fatty brownies¡¡ I would make my best trying to find the carob chocolate, if can´t, I would switch to dark cocoa chocolate.
My daughter Olga is a big fan of brownies since the first time she visited the States when she was a little child, so I learned how to make it for her, but now she´s a young woman and cares for healthier foods.
She´ll be happy when I tell her about your nice recipe. Thanks.

Rosie said...

Hi Jeena,
Oh you really know how to please and pull out all the stops with your "Healthy Chocolate (carob) Fudge" I was so in awe after the first few words lol

Mention chocolate and I go all weak at the knees *giggle* Great recipe! :) I bet your family have really enjoyed this, they are so lucky!

Rosie x

Lisa said...

Great recipe! This would be a good treat to take to work for a snack.

Seena said...

lovely fudge..want a bite now..:)

Shweta said...

How yumm is that Jeena! Love the step by step pictures with the recipe, you make it sound so doable!

Shelly said...

Your fudge looks awesome!!!

ruthEbabes said...

This looks incredible! Love that it's healthy, might just have to make some after what I made today.

Flanboyant Eats said...

yes yes they look soo good. i need a break from choco though!

BTW: you have been tagged Jeena! You can go to my site and check it out! :)n

Simply...Gluten-free said...

Looks yummy. BTW "you have been tagged!" :) You can read the post on my site

Anna Haight said...

An unbeatable combination Jeena, thanks for the recipe!

Rafia said...

Hey Jeena!
U kno my mom z a gr8 cook v creative and jst d fab cook!
But U kno!
ur jst FANTASTIC bcoz u take such a variety of recipes of all sorta places and continents that Yummy!
I have been talking about u and ur recipes with my all family from long...!
now u will say Y i have never posted any tiniest word for U!
yeah my mistake but the reason was tht i have added ur page link 3 months ago and since then whenever i opened it and selcted a recipe before posting it i bcome sooo anxious and keen to run down to the kitchen n make it 1st rather then posting u....
but today I decided to tell u How great deal of work ur doing sooooooooo beautifully
with picture illustrations!!
hve tried ur Lamb Keema,vegie curry,vegetble seekhkabab, Vegetable hotpot with dumplings,bread and butter pudding,
best cookie ever,smartie cookies,easy egg custard,cho fuge n etcc....... : D
each dish wid sucha pretty cooking step by step illustration made my dish more n more yummy!
Hey ! there is a pakistani dish "Biryani"which ppl here love it...i myself have made it loads of time ...
Y not u try it out! trust me u r gng 2 adore it d same way v do ...
Ok then would come back again to ur comments box and would surely post u regularly about ur recipes outcome in my kitchen(already my mom dad n siblings lov them)
Lots of Love,
Lots of Wishes!
Take Care!!!
n yes always Keep d same smile on ur face like u have in ur pic on site ; )

Jeena said...

Hi there Rafia, thank you so much for the lovely comment. I am sure your mum is a great cook, it is great cooking for our families. I am happy that your family love my recipes.It is very nice for me to know people enjoy the recipes I cook on my blog.

Biryani is a great dish you are correct. I enjoy rice dishes too. Keep logging on to my blog as I have plenty more new recipes to post.

Thanks for stopping by, take care Jeena x

Beth said...

This is yummy, but you forgot to add the vanilla extract, i'm just wondering where do i put this the next time I make it? Please reply, my email address is, thanks xx B

Kelly said...

Wow! This and other recipes look so simple, healthy and delicious! I'm so glad to have found your blog! Please visit mine too if you like!

Cheers, Kelly
The Spunky Coconut

KirT said...

Happy New Year Jeena (:
I intend to make fudge this Valentines and I would like to ask: Will the texture of the fudge be different if I were to create a marble effect using melted white chocolate?

P/s: I've not made fudge before

Jeena said...

Hi KirT, This fudge recipe would tase very much different if you used white chocolate. Also white chocolate has a different texture than dark chocolate and may set differently.

If you have never made fudge before I suggest that you make this recipe then after you have seen how it works you could try the white chocolate.

I'd love to hear how it goes.

Thanks, Jeena. :-)

Dazy said...

These fudge are awfully mouth-watering! Can I have allllll of them!!!! I think this would be just perfect for my kids who are just crazy about fudge.

Anonymous said...

Hi Jeena,
I'm a litte confused, is it a carob fudge treat or a chocolate fudge treat?
I don't eat chocolate, so i was hoping it was carob. If carob, where do i find carob bars to melt?

speedmum said...

Its not even funny how good this looks and how badly I want to eat this now. Wonderful pictorial, and I am so excited to make this next week, love the ingredients.

Anonymous said... priya.thye receipe seems really i wanna try enjoy the fudge

Karen said...

I just tried this and found that 100g of chocolate was not enough. It was pretty solid when I mixed in the blended dates and the final product does not look like the pics here - no thick chocolate look. I think I'll try 150-200g next time. Basically have more chocolate on standby in case you see the consistency isn't right

Thank you so much for sharing all these recipes - I'm excited about many and can't wait to try them. I'm vegan so am really grateful for the great vegan adaptations!