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Coconut Almond Fudge ~ Candida Friendly

I have been using the coconut oil as help to keep the constipation away, plus coconut oil has caprylic acid which seem to  help with my candida problem, not much but a little.
I take 3 Tablespoons a day and I really do like it but I have been getting tired of it.....so I decided to try to make a type of fudge to help it go down easier.

First off you need raw, organinc cold pressed coconut oil.


I buy the almonds below in a 3 pound bag and use them for Almond MilkAlmond Flour, snacks and almond butter.    Now I will also use them to make this Coconut Almond Fudge.

The Stevia really helps with my cravings for sweets.

To make the coconut almond fudge.   Take your coconut oil out of the fridg and let it come to room tempature.  

Coconut Almond Fudge

Place some coconut oil in a bowl, you can use as much as you want.  I usually use a cup or more.

Stir in Stevia, you will have to judge this because it will depend on how much coconut oil you use. I use 2 packets of Stevia.

Stir in ground up almonds (you can use other nuts if you can tolerate them.  You can even use flaked unsweetened coconut it you want)  I use about a cup of ground almonds.

Thats it!!!  Stir it altogether and put into a square covered container and keep in the fridg.  Cut it into the size squares you will be eating.   

This does not really taste like the fudge you remember but I love the stuff, I mean I could eat the whole bowl.

NOTE   You can also add nut butter to this or flaked coconut, chopped nuts....what ever...



Above, I am mixing the coconut oil into the almonds.  I couldn't wait until it was room tempature so I was trying to force it to soften.

I put the finished fudge into a 6 X 6 container and keep it in the fridg so it stays hard.

My pictures don't look so great but this tastes wonderful.  I have a really hard time not eating more than I should.


6 comments:

  1. Wow, I will definitely have to try this recipe. Sounds like the perfect thing to attack those sweet cravings!

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  2. I'm curious, why are you storing your coconut oil in the fridge? I thought it would store, alright at room temperature.

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  3. Thank you for posting this! My 3 daughters and I are doing this diet together and are CRAVING junkfood!!! This may save our diets! :)

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  4. Sarah,
    Not as good as fudge made with real sugar, but pretty darn good.

    WiJoyMom,
    I think I was told it keeps longer in the fridg.

    Cheryl,
    You are very welcome. I know all about craving junk food. I don't think you ever get over the want for junk.

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  5. I'm so excited to try this!! It's only my 2nd day of the candida cleanse, so i'll have to wait a while to try it - but it sounds very tasty!! Thanks for posting!

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  6. I'm on day 9 of NO SUGAR and the last two days I've noticed my cravings have flared up - so I decided to make this treat and boy is it good. I went really light on the stevia ... it tastes just sweet enough to satisfy. Sugar cravings solved!

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