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Mix all ingredients well, except the nuts. Add nuts, if desired, and mix through.

This makes 2 small servings (it is very rich).

When eaten at room temperature, this is something like a rich pudding.

To make fudge: Double or triple recipe, pat into a pan and chill until firm; cut into squares. Depending on the temperature of the room, let it stay at room temperature a while before serving.

*First, a note regarding the coconut cream concentrate: when you open a fresh jar of this, it is separated into two layers: coconut oil on top and the cream, which is denser, below. If using a new jar, use about half oil and half coconut concentrate, for a total of 4 teaspoons. If the jar has already had the oil skimmed off the top, use 2 teaspoons of coconut concentrate from that jar, and add 2 teaspoons of virgin coconut oil.

Recipe submitted by Simi, Los Angeles, CA

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Wow!!! Thank you thank you for posting this recipe!!! It is absolutely amazing!!! I have tried it as pudding and now I've tried it as fudge with the walnuts and it is so good that in the week since I printed out the recipe I've made it at least 5 times. And I've shared it with others every time I've made. I can't believe how good it is!

I gave some to a friend just tonight and she said the fudge with the walnuts tasted just like a crispy chocolate bar and it's so true!

Also, it is extremely filling. Usually with chocolate things I eat way too much before i even realize it. I can't do that with this. When I made the first batch it was so small I wondered if there would be enough for me and my kids to try it, but boy was I surprised! I'm so glad I shared it with the three of them because I would not have been able to eat the whole thing by myself even though by looking at it you'd think it was a serving for one.

If anyone has not tried this recipe and you have coconut cream concentrate in your possession, RUN, don't walk to your kitchen immediately and make this.
# Posted By Christy | 2/24/09 11:07 PM
You're right Christy, this stuff is awesome! I a half batch with a dash of vanilla extract and it was so good! It's so rich and creamy that it's hard to believe that there's no dairy. I'm not crazy about coconut cream concentrate (not that I don't like it) but this was great. For those who'd like a more cococnutty taste try adding another tablespoon or so of the ccc.

Overall, this is a great way to get your quick "chocolate fix" and get your coconut oil in at the same time. (I'd say add more oil tho.) I preferred it as a pudding, but either way is great.
# Posted By Sarah | 3/3/09 9:09 PM
Wow! I just made this with the last of my honey (the minimum amount), and it is amazing! I tripled the amount and poured it on to a plate for fudge, then ate what was still on the spoon. Absolutely wonderful.
# Posted By Laura | 8/23/12 5:25 AM

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