Golden Milk Turmeric Fudge
Anti-Inflammatory, Paleo Friendly Golden Milk Turmeric Fudge. Delicious!
The idea to make golden milk fudge popped up in my thoughts a few days ago. I think I was reminiscing to the days where I would sneak a sugar-filled, but oh-so-delicious Caramac bar after swim practice in my teens. It has that creamy taste, with undertones of caramel notes and that warm golden glow- delicious. I couldn't get the idea of a turmeric based treat out of my head. Anyway, I presumed that the idea of turmeric fudge may not sound appealing to everyone else so I did a little poll on my IG. The results? 92% of my followers would like the recipe. Hooray for not being the only oddball!
Here it is friends, a deliciously creamy, good-for-you golden milk fudge recipe.
Feel free to edit the amount of sweetener and turmeric blend in this recipe according to your taste. I personally love the flavors in my blend so was more than happy to add two large tablespoons. If you are looking for an affordable golden milk, I use this one from Further Food. You can also use the code BELLAGRACEWELLNESS for 5% off your order!
Keep this fudge in the freezer and enjoy your anti-inflammatory, healthy and delicious goodie!
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Golden Milk Fudge
1 cup full fat coconut milk
1 tablespoon Ghee, grass-fed butter, or coconut oil
2 tablespoons raw honey (or sweetener of choice)
1/2 cup almond or cashew butter
1-2 tablespoons turmeric tea / golden milk / turmeric blend
1) In a small saucepan over a low-medium heat, melt full fat coconut milk and honey.
2) Remove from the heat and add nut butter and Ghee. Stirring to combine.
3) Add 1-2 tablespoons (according to taste) of a turmeric tea blend. Stir again. The mixture should be relatively thick- similar to the texture of a raw almond butter.
4) Pour into a shallow dish and place in the freezer to set for 3+ hours.
5) When the fudge is hard, cut into slices, lightly dust with a cinnamon and monk fruit sweetener blend (optional), and serve!
* Store these fudge bites in the freezer *
Isabella Grace is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner focusing on toxin-free, natural living to its fullest extent. Her mission is to provide personalized integrative health solutions to create sustainable, lifelong change and enable you to live, love, and serve at your fullest health potential.
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