Caramel Pecan Tahini Fudge (Keto & Vegan)
Okay, prepare yourself for a delicious and simple chocolate fudge with a great explosion of flavors! It has it all and yet, these are super easy to make. No bake, creamy and with plenty of plant based protein on these Caramel Pecan Tahini Fudge Bites.
Guys, I have to tell you something. I love a good challenge and today's challenge is to finish this blogpost before my computer dies... the battery is currently 13% and my goal is to finish this before it gets to 5%. Do you think I can do it?
Well, in my defense I added the ingredients and methods before starting the proper blogpost and probably the link will be added after I plugged my computer. The challenge is to finish just the writing.
I work better under pressure! Specially when I am challenging time... and this recipe is just the perfect example of a good challenge when it comes to adding loads of nutrients just in one itty bitty fudge. Calling all peaky eaters!
The ingredients in this recipe are super basic and wholesome, that's how most of my meals and recipes look like, and without even sacrificing any flavor. The chocolate, tahini and caramel are just the perfect combination of flavors!
A simple and delicious recipe with a nice touch of the holiday season... hello caramel and pecans! Also notice the final touch and color from pomegranate seeds.
Everything in this recipe serves a purpose. From taste, look and nutrient density! Here are the simple ingredients for this recipe!
Nuzest Vanilla Plant Based Protein (PURELYHL for discount)
Granulated monk fruit (PURELYHL for discount)
Keto caramel syrup
Low carb chocolate chips
Perfect to keep on your freezer! Ready to eat and to attack that sweet tooth.
If yo have been following me for a while now then you already know that seeds are one my favorite foods ever! They are naturally nutrient dense and they provide healthy fatty acids that are great for our hormones, skin and interaction with other nutrients.
Plus we are having a dose of amazing antioxidants here from tahini, raw cacao powder, pecans and pomegranate seeds... can we really ask for more?
YES! Protein, protein is also a very essential nutrient to help our bodies recover from our daily activities and in this occasion I used one my favorite low carb and vegan proteins EVER, AKA Nuzest.
Take my advice as a foodie and nutritionist, the ingredients are simple, it's easy to make, versatile, taste incredible and it provides healthy amino acids... all plant based! You can tell that I really love using it on my sweet recipes but it also blends perfectly into smoothies, chia puddings etc.
In here I used the Protein Vanilla that it has L-Glutamine, probiotics and digestive enzymes so, if you struggle with bloating this is a fantastic option, and you can use the code PURELYHL for discount!
Also super easy to make! you'll see down below that these little fudges are incredibly easy to make and the best part if that there's minimal mess!
Here's what you'll need for this recipe:
One mixing bowl
One mixing spoon
A measuring cup
A silicone muffin cup of twelve
Are you down to make this simple and special recipe this week? Maybe for your next friend or family gathering? They will be so pleased by how sweet they are but at the same time low carb! Double win!
So you can be sure that this recipe is fail proof, great for meal preps and to share with your love ones! It's a delicious, simple and nutrient dense recipe worth sharing, saving, pinning or bookmarking... enjoy!
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Caramel Pecan Tahini Fudge
By Maria Fernanda López
1 cup (8 scoops) of Nuzest Vanilla Plant Based Protein (PURELYHL for discount)
1/3 cup of granulated monk fruit (PURELYHL for discount)
1 tsp of cinnamon
2 tbsp of cacao powder
1/4 cup of of keto caramel syrup
3/4 cup of tahini
1 cup of warm water or nut milk
1/4 cup of low carb chocolate chips
1/4 cup of raw pecans
3 tbsp of pomegranate seeds
Mix all the dry ingredients of the base in a bowl.
Add hot water, caramel and tahini. Mix well.
Press the batter into four twelve silicone muffin cups.
Add the toppings.
Freeze for a couple of hours.
Nutritional Information (per serving 153 kcal)
Net Carbs: 2.9g
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