Chocolate Bunny Fudge
Easter Bunny - No matter how old we get, we all have an inner child in us, that finds an Easter Bunny or Easter Egg cute. The tinier they are the cuter they are to eat. Unfortunately our hips don't think so :)
So I wanted to share this super easy cheeky recipe for the inner child in you.
In fact once I popped I couldn't stop. This time not because they were cute but because they were just delicious. I knew no damage was being done to my my hips and I wasn't undoing all the hard work that I have done over the years.
I thoroughly enjoyed it with confidence and guilt free.
P2 Choc Bunny Fudge - Copyright Gourmet Spice Kits
2 tbsp dutch cocoa powder
2 scoop choc protein powder ( If you don't have choc, you could try using a vanilla protein powder )
3/4 tsp soda bicarb
1 tbsp erythritol ( adjust if you want it sweeter)
200gm apple tin (coles brand- I use this brand as it's less acidic) (ardmona is also okay to use- you might just find it a little acidic)
1tsp vanilla essence.
Pinch of pink Himalayan salt
Whisk together with a beater in a bowl. It's okay to have a few bits of apple that remain chunky.
Whisk together in a bowl.
Pour into easter shaped moulds. Freeze overnight or until you serve.
To serve remove from moulds and skewer onto skewers.
This is meant to taste icy and fudgy.
Recipe makes 24
P2 6 is 50% protein serve and 25% fruit serve.
P3 6 is 25% protein serve and 25% fruit serve
Some people do stall on cocoa.
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