Fudge babies.
November 16, 2009

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Happy Monday, people!

It seems that this is a dessert themed week: on Saturday it was chocolate banana soft serve. Today, I’m sharing a dessert recipe that I cannot take credit for (I wish I could!), but which I’ve delighted in all weekend. The recipe is my friend Katie’s. Remember last week, when I announced Katie’s wonderful Operation Chocolate Covered Kindness on the blog? To recap, Katie is raising money for two worthy charities on her blog. All you have to do to support her (and I assure you that this will not be a chore) is to visit Katie’s wonderful blog yourself.

To whet your appetites, I thought I’d blog about one of Katie’s many chocolate creations: fudge babies. These little treats might also be called raw donut holes, raw truffles, raw bon bons, or Larabar bites. Regardless of the name, they’re easy to make, easy to modify, and totally delicious. The variation I made (and Katie has posted a few) were for chocolate chip cookie dough fudge babies. I won’t share the entire recipe here — to read it, you should all check out Katie’s post — but I will say that these demand no more than three simple ingredients, and that they took me about five minutes to whip up. The result?

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An all raw, all vegan dessert or snack that’s sinlessly delicious.

I highly recommend whipping these little guys up tonight. And I’ll be back soon with a post on vegan holiday survival. Stay tuned!

xo

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  1. Hi Gena! How are you? These little balls of deliciousness look incredible! Totally going to check out the recipe. I can’t wait to see your holiday survival guide. This is my first holiday season as a veggie

  2. Hey Gena,
    I just started up a new blog. I have followed your blog a long while and love it! I am not a raw foodis (or vegan), but I like to “add” features of those lifestyles into my eating style (trying to reduce the animal products and have at least one vegetarian meal a day!).
    Anyway, hope you check out my new bloggie now and then!

  3. I just caught up on your farm post (I wanted to wait until I had enough time to devote to it) and I loved learning more about your belief system. I never knew you were a “dietary vegan!” Thanks for sharing your experience and reflections with me.

  4. I’ve never made the fudge babies, but now I’m tempted…especially cookie dough! Thanks for bringing attention to Katie’s CCK. You are helping in the effort too, just by linking her!!!

  5. Oh Gena, I don’t even know what to say. There I was, after I read the comment you left on my last post, thinking you couldn’t get any sweeter. But you somehow managed to do just that! Thank you so so so much for giving your support to the charity drive. Gena, the world NEEDS more people like you… so hurry up and have babies already, will ya? 😉

    I love you and your radiant blog!

  6. Yum! Love those. And it’s true, the variations are endless!

    PS Re: the apple soup–the onion isn’t “oniony,” I promise! Once caramelized, it’s sweet and delicious. 🙂

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