Fudge Brownie Cups

2 c almonds (soaked and dehydrated)
3/4 c coconut nectar
1/2 c cacao powder
1/4 c coconut butter
1/2 t vanilla extract
1/2 t Celtic Sea salt

1/4 c coconut butter
1/4 c cacao powder
1/4 c Grade B maple syrup

In a food processor, process almonds into flour. Add cacao powder and salt, process, then add remaining ingredients. Roll about a half cup in a ball and press into a small bowl or other small dish. Refrigerate while you make the icing.

Most likely you will need to warm the coconut butter in the dehydrator until it liquifies. Then combine all ingredients in a food processor. Pour over brownie cups and refrigerate until icing hardens : ) Enjoy!

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36 Responses to Fudge Brownie Cups

  1. mmm i love the sound of this! i’m assuming the coconut nectar is used as a sweetener? i haven’t been able to find any except online…would honey or agave make a doable sub?

  2. Skylar, yes coconut nectar is a low glycemic raw sweetener. Although I’m not a fan of agave it would work just fine as well as honey. Hope you like it!

  3. Can you advise what can be used in the place of coconut butter?
    Will tahini or coconut oil be suitable substitutes?

  4. Sorry distracted by chocolate! Your Etsy shop is gorgeous too. I’d love to win something. I’ve just tweeted about the shop and blog

  5. Emma, good question! I’ll try to start including servings in my recipes. For this one it makes what is shown, which is a little over 3 cups (measuring cups). And thank you for entering the giveaway!

  6. Dolly Madison, sure, but I won’t be able to see that you entered, because I don’t have Google+. If you do, just comment that you have or email me. Thanks :)

  7. These look just amazingly good! I have to be good right now, though, b/c I have a terrible cold…cutting out anything in the least sweet.
    I am sorry I haven;t done the giveaway, but with this horrible bronchitis, I’m pretty behind :( Blessings!

  8. this looks fantastic. i want to make this for my kids pediatrician(he’s vegan) yet I don’t have a dehydrator. Any suggestions?

  9. Susan, although it’s important to soak and dehydrate the almonds for the best possible digestion, it’s not necessary if that’s not your concern. Raw foodies always care, but not necessarily vegans. Hope that makes sense!

  10. Lovely photos! And how exciting that you’re doing a giveaway!! eee! I wasn’t sure if you wanted us to tweet each link separately so I did just that, hope that’s okay. ;)

  11. O. M. G. myList led me to this.. and I am seriously going to make more. Thinking of adding some sort of citrus to add a bit of acidity and another fun twist!

  12. I am ecstatic to discover your blog. Raw chocolate, yes please! This looks amazing, looking forward to giving it a shot soon as I have everything I need. :)

  13. Wow!!! I just made mine, and it is yummy!!! It is very easy to make and I am sure I will enjoy it in the future. Thank you for sharing this with us!!!

  14. Aaaah I finally made this beautiful dessert! And it was incredible. So so good. As it’s just me I quartered the recipe and made two perfect-sized dessert pots. One for today and one for tomorrow :) Thank you.

  15. Hi there! These look delish!! I hadn’t heard of coconut nectar, I’m excited to find some and use it instead of agave nectar. But I am wondering if cacao butter would work instead of coconut butter?

  16. Jules: You can definitely use cocao butter in the topping, but it may make the brownie part a bit hard. I’m sure it would taste amazing though!

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