reflections on Pinterest, I have a recipe today that was inspired by the photo boards. The close up photos of Chocolate Covered Katie's German Chocolate Fudge Balls just made this healthy treat look so decadent. And I had all the ingredients on hand.
golden rough). Excellent for morning tea at the office or to finish off dinner.
I am sending these fudge balls to Amy for her Slightly Indulgent Tuesdays, a weekly event for bloggers to share healthier recipes, and to Ricki's Wellness Weekends, an event all about eating healthy food. And a happy winter's solstice to everyone in the Southern Hemisphere!
Previously on Green Gourmet Giraffe:
One year ago: A simple lunch of smoky soup and blueberry cake
Two years ago: Half Moon Café: Coburg’s best falafels
Three years ago: Novice Nutella cupcakes accompanied by guitar
Four years ago: The solstice fruitcake offensive
Five years ago: Winter Solstice Roast Dinner
Walnut and coconut fudge balls
Adapted from Chocolate Covered Katie
Makes 10-12 balls
3/4 cup pitted soft dates (about 120g)
1/2 cup walnuts
3 tbsp dessicated coconut
2 tbsp cocoa
25g finely chopped chocolate (optional)
pinch salt (optional)
Blitz in food processor until well processed and looks like rubble or dirt. Use your hands to grab a small handful and and roll into balls (about the size of a small walnut). Mine kept in a airtight container for about a week.
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