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Date Caramel & Chocolate Fudge Sauce

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[fusion_youtube id="m1GGmZ0oLFQ" width="1200" height="700" autoplay="false" api_params="" hide_on_mobile="small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility" class=""][/fusion_youtube] [recipe][wpurp-searchable-recipe]Date Caramel & Chocolate Fudge Sauce - No ice cream sundae is complete without fudge. This fudge is also great for use in or on baked goods or toast, with fruit, or even by the spoon all on its own. This fudge is almost raw, and if you'd like a fully raw sauce, simply substitute vanilla bean for the vanilla extract. If you do not have raw cacao, cocoa powder or carob powder also work wonderfully in this recipe. Using only three ingredients, one of which is dates, this recipe is not only guilt free, but also quite inexpensive. Medjool dates work best for this recipe, but if you can only find Deglet Noor dates, they will work with a bit longer soaking time. Who doesn't love caramel? It's wonderful in coffee, in baked goods, and of course, on top of ice cream. There are many ways to make vegan caramel, but the quickest, and healthiest way is using dates. With a bit of water and some vanilla, you'll have a healthy caramel in minutes - guilt free! This sauce is almost raw, and if you'd like a fully raw sauce, simply substitute vanilla bean for the vanilla extract. Medjool dates work best for this recipe, but if you can only find Deglet Noor dates, they will work with a bit longer soaking time. - Chocolate Fudge Sauce: medjool dates, vanilla extract, raw cacao, Date Caramel Sauce: medjool dates, vanilla extract, Chocolate Fudge Sauce: Dump dates into your food processor. ; Add cacao powder and vanilla extract or vanilla bean. ; Cover with warm water and allow to soak for 5 minutes. If you are using Deglet Noor dates, soak for 10 minutes.; Once soaking time is complete, puree until smooth. ; If you would like a thinner sauce, add more water. You can also add a bit of unsweetened almond or other plant milk for extra creaminess.; Date Caramel: Dump dates into your food processor. ; Add vanilla extract or vanilla bean. ; Cover with warm water and allow to soak for 5 minutes. If you are using Deglet Noor dates, soak for 10 minutes. ; Once soaking time is complete, puree until smooth. ; If you would like a thinner caramel, add more water. You can also add a bit of unsweetened almond or other plant milk for extra creaminess.; - [/wpurp-searchable-recipe]


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