Primal Fudge (And Tropical Traditions GIVEAWAY!)

Friday, September 16, 2011

Do you love chocolate? I do! Do you love coconut? I do, too! Do you love marshmallows? Throw ya hands up & say hail yeah!
What happens when you put them all together? If you've already come to the conclusion and are saying "Ohhhh, fu---"
You'd be right. It's FUDGE!

Here's what you need:


1/4c coconut cream concentrate (if it has separated into coconut butter & coconut oil, make sure to slowly warm it and recombine)
1/4c cacao butter
1/4c extra virgin coconut oil
1/4c cocoa powder (can also use carob if you are sensitive to chocolate)
8 drops liquid chocolate raspberry stevia (or any stevia, really)
Chopped nuts (optional)
1 package La Nouba gluten free, 0 carb marshmallows, chopped
2 pots (one smaller, one bigger, we're gonna set up a double boiler here)
water (enough to fill bigger pot just over 1/2 way)

Fill larger pot with water, set it on high heat. Get it boiling. In smaller pot, add coconut cream concentrate, cacao butter, and coconut oil. Place smaller pot into the boiling water. Lower heat to medium.

Stirring constantly, melt your ingredients until they are combined. Add the cocoa or carob powder and mix well.


Remove from heat, add stevia to taste, and the chopped marshmallows. Now would be a good time to add your nuts as well.

Spread on to plate and place into fridge.

Allow to cool and set. Enjoy!



TROPICAL TRADITIONS GIVEAWAY!



I see you sitting there looking at the ingredient list thinking "Coconut cream concentrate. What's THAT? Where do I even FIND that?"
Never fear, my friend. The PJF is coming to the rescue. THANKS TO A GENEROUS DONATION FROM TROPICAL TRADITIONS, I will be able to hook you up with some delicious coconut cream concentrate. Thank you, thank you, thank you Tropical Traditions!
I love their stuff, and I'm so excited to share it with you. Tropical Traditions has simply the best products on the market, hands down. I use their Gold Label Coconut Oil whenever I can, and their coconut cream concentrate is wonderful to snack on.

I know your foot's tapping impatiently now. "WHAT DO I HAVE TO DO TO GET MY HANDS ON THIS HEAVENLY TREAT?!"
  • Subscribe to the Tropical Traditions Newsletter HERE
  • "Like" Tropical Traditions on Facebook
  • Get twitterpated about Tropical Traditions by following them on twitter: @troptraditions
  • Go to Tropical Tradition's Online Recipe Book and tell me your favorite recipe, and how you would put your own unique twist on it

Do one. Do none. Do all 4. You decide how badly you want to win!

BONUS POINTS IF YOU BRING NEW READERS TO THE PJF BLOG!

Have them comment below with "So and so sent me" (your name being so and so). They must become official followers in order to qualify.

I will choose a winner on September 23rd, 2011 (my birthday). GET CRACKIN!

*Please note only U.S. Citizens Will Be Eligible To Win (sorry, overseas friends)

AND THE WINNER IS... CANDY GRIFFIN!

Congrats, Candy. I will be contacting you shortly.

Disclaimer: Tropical Traditions provided me with a free
sample of this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if
I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or
sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product.

25 comments:

George said...

I already subscribe to Tropical traditions newsletter. -Civilized Caveman

George said...

I already like Tropical Traditions on Facebook. -Civilized Caveman

George said...

I already follow tropical traditions on Twitter. -Civilized Caveman

George said...

I have a website full of recipes that I put my own twist on from some of theirs :) -Civilized Caveman

Sarah Mc said...

OH boy. I want to make coconut cinnamon banana bread. (um, among a bzillion other things).

Sarah Mc said...

I also subscribed to the Tropical Traditions newsletter. p.s. Love what you're doing so far. and question/idea for the future: ever experimented with chia meal as a main/exclusive flour in a recipe?

P Gersch said...

Sarah, have not experimented with chia flour, but love to play with chia seeds (they make great puddings). Let me work on that one for you!

Kristina said...

I already subscribe to the Tropical Traditions newsletter.

Kristina said...

I already like Tropical Traditions on Facebook.

Kristina said...

I also already follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter.

blessdmomof4 said...

I subscribed to the Tropical newsletter. Coconut cream sounds sooo yummy to my pregnant tummy.

blessdmomof4 said...

I also liked Tropical Traditions on Facebook :) Thanks for the giveaway. Pretty cool! Your fudge looks so yummy. Do the GF no carb marshmallows have artificial sweetners? They look interesting...

Candy Griffin said...

I have subscribed to TT newsletter
cgbooks@columbus.rr.com

Candy Griffin said...

I "like" TT on facebook
cgbooks@columbus.rr.com

Candy Griffin said...

I follow TT on Twitter
cgbooks@columbus.rr.com

P Gersch said...

blessedmomof4, the marshmallows are sweetened with malitol. They are the best sugar free marshmallows I've had!

Candy Griffin said...

I love, love, love the pumpkin coconut squares, which is originally from TT, and adjusted by George at Civilized Caveman Cooking. I add whipped coconut milk on top. YUM!
cgbooks@columbus.rr.com

Kristen said...

I subscribe to the Tropical Traditions newsletter.

kristen_yeh at yahoo dot com

Kristen said...

I like their recipe for Granola Bars. I would definitely add chocolate chips!

kristen_yeh at yahoo dot com

Ben said...

I am subscribed to TT newsletter (kojoue@yahoo.com)

Ben said...

I like TT on facebook

Ben said...

I follow TT on Twitter

Ben said...

I love their coconut flour pie crust recipe. I made it once adding cocoa powder for a chocolate pie crust that was amazing. And I would like to try making a little extra and putting a top layer on the pie

aubrey said...

love the chocolate coconut clusters! i'm also a fan of theirs on facebook and get their newsletter.

Rachel said...

I like TT on FB! Awesome blog :)

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