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Chocolate Fudge with Roses and Raspberries

Chocolate Fudge with Roses and Raspberries

Every day I delve deeper in the realm of the flower kingdom. Inspired by wise women like Rosemary Gladstar, Juiette of Bairacli Levy and Susan S. Weed.

The one flower that I have been taking daily before I started to study Herbalism is the Rose; I use it to infuse water that i make warm tonics with, nut milks and a lot of desserts. When I infuse the petals in water I place my face over the pan so I can catch the steam to help waken my cells. So it came to no surprise when I learned that this fragrant flower has its persuasive way with skin, rose seems to nourish, balance, reform, de-scar, and rejuvenate most skin types.

I was so happy to learn that all the cooking and infusing that I have been doing with Roses had proven benefits that I intuitively had associated with this delicate flower.  So if you haven’t worked with roses internally or topically I urge you to do so, as she’s not only associated with love and romance but also for her ways with  cell regeneration and is especially helpful for damaged or mature and aging skin. Rose also lifts the spirits and is used for depression and grief.

So imagine for a second that you can eat chocolate and reap the benefits of soft rejuvenated skin at the same time that your mood is elevated and your heart is open. If a smile popped into your head and heart at the thought of this, you should try this recipe:


Chocolate Fudge with Rose petals


In a medium bowl, mix together the cacao butter, coconut oil and coconut sugar until smooth.
Add in the cocoa powder, vanilla, cardamom and sea salt. Stir until smooth and creamy.
Add the almond butter and stir to combine.
Transfer the mixture to small baking tray lined with parchment paper, smooth top with a spatula.
Sprinkle the top with Rose petals and raspberries.
Place the tray in the refrigerator, and allow the fudge to set for 30 minutes or until firm.
Thanks to the cacao butter and coconut oil, this raw fudge will melt quickly if left to sit in a warm room, so it’s best served directly from the refrigerator.
 If you want to learn more about Raw Chocolate try this online workshop.