dairy free, gluten free, paleo
Guest Post by Rosie Eats Clean! of facingyourstorm blog Hi guys, its Rosie! I hope you all had a lovely Christmastime(:
Christmas has past but the holiday season is not over quite yet... New Years Eve is in just 2 days!
Parties will be thrown, NYC will be crowded more so than usual, and the Ball Drop will be screening live. A various assortment of the year’s top musical artists will be singing and dancing across the stage as the nation counts down to 2015.
So heres the question: What will you be serving your guests at your last day of the year party?
The answer is simple and composed of only 5 ingredients.
It can be hard to please everyone, especially when cooking healthy foods, but chocolate is always a crowd pleaser.
And who can’t resist a good piece of homemade fudge?
This recipe is perfect for a New Years Eve party or late-night snack as you watch the Ball Drop.
Recipe for Paleo Party Fudge
adapted from Elana’s Pantry's Hazelnut Fudge
16 ounces (no less!) of allergy friendly chocolate chips
1 cup full-fat canned coconut milk (preferably from a BPA-free can)
2 tablespoons maple syrup or honey
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 cup chopped walnuts
Add the chocolate and coconut milk to a saucepan over very low heat
Once the chocolate has melted, stir in honey/syrup and vanilla
Add in the walnuts and stir
Pour the chocolatey mixture into a dish (i used an 8x8 square glass dish)
Refrigerate the fudge until set (1-2 hours)