Are you totally addicted to almond butter? I am. I like it in so many things. And what's funny is I was never a huge peanut butter fan (well I was huge but that's a different story).
OMG the other day I saw pictures of myself from last Christmas and cried my eyes out...I kept asking Bubba "is that me?" I was mortified - all I could focus on was that giant caboose wearing my clothes. Maybe we should all take out some old pics or clothes and see how far we've come.
By the way, when I rule the world I will outlaw 'Carol of the Bells'...it makes me nutso - which is a good segue into our recipe - nuts and all...
Last month we made Homemade Chocolate in a very similar way to this recipe and since the holidays are coming up and everyone else is eating all kinds of yummy things, we need a few P10 approved recipes on our list.
That way, when you end up taking a dish to a holiday party, you can take this and eat it and watch others eat it and say 'hey I like that' and they have no idea it's healthy for them! Don't make this as gifts unless you know it will go right into the fridge or freezer....it will melt...(*sadness*)
Dude - you know what would ROCK? Next time made the Homemade Chocolate and this at the same time and either layer or swirl them together before freezing...
Almond Butter Freezer Fudge
2 cups raw creamy or crunchy almond butter (unsalted)
1/2 cup coconut oil, softened
3 tablespoons agave
1 teaspoon fine sea salt
Mix all the room temperature ingredients together until smooth and creamy.
Line a 8x8 square baking dish or container with parchment or wax paper, then smooth the mixture in with a spatula, and freeze until solid (about an hour).
Lift the paper to free your yummy treat, then cut into squares and serve immediately.
Store leftover fudge in the fridge or freezer since the oil may melt and de-fudgify your lovely fudge.