2 Nov 2011

nature's fudge

Eat this as soon as possible. It will improve your life.

Not to be too blunt, but this is a mouthgasm for sure. Better than any candy bar I've ever had, AND it packs a nutritional punch. I eat way too many of these.

There's not much else to say except that you will not be able to have just one.

A Moment of Happiness: serves one
1 dried medjool date, pitted
1 teaspoon almond butter (or other nut butter, you could even use chocolate)  

Cut the date in the middle and fill it with the nut butter or chocolate. (Pretty simple, folks.) EAT.


Katie Brown said...

I once made caramel-filled dates, and those were good. But these sound amazing! I will have to try them as soon as possible :)
P.S. I love your blog! It is so vibrant and fun.

Em von Euw said...

Thank you, Katie! Love to hear it =) I don't know why it says 7 dates and 7 teaspoons for this recipe though... weird.

Your blog is cool! Looks like you're just starting out?

Em von Euw said...

Nevermind, I fixed the number thing.

JensVeganEats said...

This is so simple, yet so delicious! I just had this for a mid-morning snack (which is definitely a legitimate and necessary meal :P).
Although, if you thought nature's fudge was simple, nature's toffee is even simpler - put pitted dates in the freezer for a half hour or so, until firm & chewy. Mmmm!

Suzanne @ hello, veggy! said...

Dates with sunflower butter are also off the chain!

Anonymous said...

OMG, this was amazing. I wasn't sure about trying dates since my mom said they were really sweet, but this is such a treat on a lazy day. Thank you for sharing this!!^-^

Unknown said...

Oh-my-goodness! Thank you for sharing this! Just got a huge box of medjool dates and filled them almond butter... Literally the best thing ever! You have changed my life :p I need to make everyone try them now! Much love!

Anonymous said...

Wow!!! So simple yet so utterly divine :)

Anonymous said...

Thanks for such a wonderful and delicious recipe. It was my morning snack: three pitted mazafati dattes mixed with one tbsp raw whole almond butter and one tsp Macaccino (it's a blend of raw cacao powder, maca and coconut sugar). So yummy!
I love your blog - it's giving me plenty of ideas for the three meals and three snacks I have to take daily. I'm rediscovering the pleasure of eating and 'cooking'.