A sinfully delicious recipe for a raw vegan, gluten-free, grain-free chocolate brownie fudge cups.
Valentine’s Day is fast approaching! There have been Valentine’s decorations and candy out in the stores for weeks! It’s crazy how early stores start preparing for the next holiday season. As food bloggers we love any type of holiday because it allows us to be a little more creative with coming up with fun new recipes with a theme in mind.
Luckily, we have you covered with a healthy dessert for Valentine’s Day. Today we’re sharing one of our new favorite treats, plus it’s mostly raw! Making this recipe super quick to make! Our red beet fudge and raw brownies together make one of the easiest dessert recipes you may ever make and not to mention loaded with only nutrient dense, all natural ingredients.
Raw chocolate brownie fudge cups that are secretly healthy.
No refined sugar. Made with healthy fats, fiber and antioxidant rich chocolate. Show your body some love with these beautiful brownies. If you are willing to share then these are the perfect healthy treat to share with a loved one. C’mon there’s a cute heart on top, what is more to love?!?
Let’s get in the kitchen together and make these amazing brownie fudge cups!
These raw chocolate brownie heart fudge cups are sure to hit the spot with your sweet tooth this Valentine season. We hope you enjoy!
For these brownies, we wanted to make them a little different, so we decided to fill them with our to-die-for beet creamy fudge. The raw brownies are perfect on their own, but the fudge really completes the whole experience.
When creating these brownie fudge cups we wanted to create a new brownie experience with keeping a few important factors in mind: taste, texture and richness of the chocolate.
These brownie fudge cups have it all: a bold chocolate flavor, a chewy melt-in-your-mouth texture and a balanced amount of sweetness. These really are the perfect sweet treat.
How to make a healthy Valentine’s Day chocolate brownie treats!
It has been awhile since we have used lucuma. We forgot how much we like the flavor in recipes. The lucuma powder gives a subtle maple-like flavor.
We like the texture that the little bit of coconut sugar adds to the raw brownie cups.
Are you ready to make this amazing super simple raw brownie fudge cup recipe?
Raw brownies #yum
A fun way to enjoy the classic brownie with rich flavors of chocolate mixed with creamy fudge! And no baking required 😉
Raw vegan chocolate brownie heart fudge cups are perfectly bite-sized.
Here is your recipe for your raw chocolate brownie heart fudge cups.
These do great in the freezer. Perfect for making ahead of time and storing for later enjoyment!Print
raw chocolate brownie heart fudge cups (vegan, gluten-free, grain-free, paleo)
Secretly healthy, sinfully delicious raw vegan chocolate brownie cups filled with beet fudge! A real food dessert to enjoy for Valentines. A rich raw brownie that has a rich chocolate flavor and soft,chewy texture. Gluten-free. Grain-free. Dessert Recipe.
- Prep Time: 15 minutes
- Total Time: 15 minutes
- Yield: makes 12 mini cupcakes 1x
- 3/4 cup raw cacao (3 oz)
- 2 tablespoons lucuma (1/2)
- 3 tablespoons coconut sugar (1 oz)
- 2 tablespoons coconut oil (1 oz)
- 4 tablespoons maple syrup (3 oz)
- Make our beet fudge recipe
- 6 tablespoons cacao powder
- 1 tablespoon lucuma
- 1 1/2 tablespoons coconut sugar
- 1 tablespoons coconut oil
- 2 tablespoons maple syrup
First make the brownie cups.
- Place all ingredients into a bowl.
- Stir together.
- Scoop brownies into a silicone mini cupcake pan.
- Might need a little water to help press them to form cups.
- Set in refrigerator.
Make beet fudge
- Blend all the ingredients for the beet fudge.
- Pour fudge into a bowl.
- Remove the brownies from the fridge.
- VERY carefully remove them from the cupcake pan.
- Scoop the beet fudge into the cups.
Heart shaped cookies
- Combine all the ingredients into a bowl.
- Roll out and cut into hearts.
- Carefully place the heart cookie on top of the fudge.
To replace lucuma powder you can use almond flour or mesquite powder.
To replace maple syrup you can use coconut nectar or honey.
To replace the coconut butter in the fudge you can use coconut oil or cashew butter.
We hope you all enjoy these little beauties as much as we do! They’re a delicious treat/snack for yourself or loved ones to enjoy this Valentine’s Day or any day of the year!
Are you a fan of Valentine’s Day?
Do you like making raw desserts?