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Dreamy Chocolate Fudge Super-Bites (Vegan, Keto & Gluten Free)

So if we only needed an extra reason to eat some chocolate... these super bites are super delicious and extra nourishing! Cacao for the win for a great dose of antioxidants, phytonutrients and amazing flavor.

My intention of sharing all these recipes is to show you that nutrient dense food can also be so delicious. These dreamy chocolate fudge super bites are the living prove... among other of my recipes posted in here, my blog!

In this recipe I used some of my favorite superfoods; tahini, cacao and moringa!

I know that superfoods can be very overwhelming sometimes and adding a teaspoon of each superfood can be exhausting and time consuming, what I love recommending is sneak them into recipes!

Picky eaters approved! It's just a great way to sneak those extra nutrients in, just in a delicious creamy bite that at the same time is so easy to prepare... great for meal preps too! This way you have a great sweet snack or treat ready to grab and enjoy at any time or point of the week.

In this recipe I included nutrient dense and simple ingredients!

  • Tahini

  • Chocolate Nuzest Chocolate Plant Based Protein (PURELYHL for discount)

  • Almond milk or water

  • Granulated monk fruit (PURELYHL for discount)

  • Cinnamon

  • Chocolate moringa powder (optional)

  • Low carb & dairy free chocolate

The base of this recipe is basically the creamy tahini, which is made from sesame seeds hat provides healthy fatty acids, vitamin E, magnesium, lignans and phytoterols that may help reduce cholesterol levels.

Reasons to incorporate seeds into your diet are plenty and the best way is that they are easy to incorporate into recipes, just like this one!

So as your nutritionist (hi, me!), take my advice... add seeds into your diet; sesame, pumpkin, sunflower, hemp, chia and flaxseeds. You don't need to consume all of them everyday but you can rotate the consumption... Have you heard about seeds cycling?

I have a full blogpost about seed cycling that you might want to read here, and to be honest... seed cycling is not for women alone, the main idea of seed cycling is to get enough nutrients that are specifically needed around a women period but, women or not, we all need proper nutrients!

Well, back to this recipe... you are going to love them! The combination of tahini and chocolate has become one of my favorite ones, ever! I mean, chocolate goes so well with a lot of things and tahini is not the exception.

Toppings are key!

The contrast of textures in a recipe is something I think that it's essential to create a major experience, wouldn't you agree? And in this recipe I included pieces of low carb chocolate along with some melted chocolate.

For the chocolate I love using a low carb one with some nuts on top, but that's personal choice. Plus I like to encourage to use the foods that you already have to save more money and avoid food waste. But if you are in need of chocolate, try this one from Lakanto that it's keto friendly and you can have a discount by using the code PURELYHL!

Also, did I mention that this recipe includes ONLY FOUR STEPS?

  1. Mix the ingredients in a bowl for except for the chocolate.

  2. Pour the fudge mix into twelve silicone muffin cup.

  3. Chop chocolate and use some to top the fudge.

  4. Melt some of the chocolate and drizzle on top.

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!

With love,



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Dreamy Chocolate Fudge Super-Bites

By Maria Fernanda López

Serves 12



  • 3/4 cup of tahini

  • 1/2 cup of chocolate Nuzest Chocolate Plant Based Protein (PURELYHL for discount)

  • 1/2 cup of almond milk or water

  • 1/3 cup of granulated monk fruit (PURELYHL for discount)

  • 1 tsp cinnamon

  • 4 tsp of chocolate moringa powder (optional)


  • 1 cup (8.4 oz) of low carb & dairy free chocolate


  1. Mix the ingredients in a bowl for except for the chocolate.

  2. Pour the fudge mix into twelve silicone muffin cup.

  3. Chop chocolate and use some to top the fudge.

  4. Melt some of the chocolate and drizzle on top.


Nutritional Information (per serving 206 kcal)

Fat: 15.6g

Carbs: 8.1g

Fiber: 4g

Net Carbs: 4.1g

Protein: 9.4g


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