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One-Bowl Turmeric Fudge Masterpiece!

Written by Lee on . Posted in anti-inflammatory, Ayurveda, Blog, Blog Breakfast, Blog Snacks, Candida Friendly, Create, Dairy Free, Dessert, Desserts, Gluten Free, gut healing, gut health, Heal Your Gut, Heal Your Gut Powder, Heal Your Gut Powder, Nutrient Rich, Organic, Sugar Free, Vegetarian

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If you weren't aware by now, I'm happy to admit that I love love LOVE turmeric! 
 
There's a big reason this powerful spice has taken over the kitchens and menus of 2016 and will continue to do so in 2017.
 
The compound within turmeric, known as curcumin, is the main active ingredient and gives turmeric it's famous golden colour.  It's responsible for a host of anti-inflammatory properties and the ability to offer your immune system a boost. Turmeric can be extremely beneficial in weight-loss, lowering insulin resistance and activating fat-burning genes too.
 
If you're keen to add more turmeric-y goodness to your life this year,  why not try making my Turmeric Fudge, it's super fun and tasty as a quick treat.
 
Not only does using coconut oil make this recipe bond beautifully, using a healthy saturated fat in conjunction with turmeric makes it easier for your body to make the most of the benefits of this powerful golden spice. Coconut oil can also promote heart health and improve blood cholesterol, so turmeric and coconut oil truly are a match made in heaven.
 
To make this recipe even more gut-friendly, I’ve added in my Love Your Gut powder which gently cleanses and sweeps away plaque built up in your gut over time. Since using my powder daily, I've found that I no longer experience that dreaded bloated feeling and know that my inner-microbes are in their perfect environment to flourish!  
 
If you're looking to further the process of healing your gut and restoring balance within your body, why not try out my Heal Your Gut programs here? You can choose between the four-week program course or the two-day-a-week program depending upon what works best for your lifestyle. They both provide fantastic results, you can read testimonials from our community here and you can start at anytime!
 
By the way, these delectable fudgey pieces will surprise you with how easy and quick they are to make. You just need one bowl, a baking dish and a few minutes to spare. They're a simple and delicious treat so give them a go and enjoy their benefits.
 
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Turmeric Fudge
 
Ingredients
1/2 cup tahini
1/4 cup coconut oil, melted
2 tbsp LYG Powder
2 tsp turmeric 
1 tsp ginger 
 
Method:
Stir all ingredients in a bowl, poor into a small lined baking dish, set in the fridge for an hour and cut into slices!

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Comments (24)

  • Christina Neumann-Bubb

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    Recipe sounds yummy, however I can’t eat any coconut products any suggestions for what I could use instead of coconut oil?

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    • lee

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      You could try nut butter

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  • sharon

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    Can i use honey instead of rice malt syrup

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    • lee

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      Yes absolutely:) lee

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  • Kerrie

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    Is this fine for young children

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    • lee

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      Yes it’s a raw plant based wholefood but please speak to your doctor if you have any concerns

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  • janet dedini

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    What is HYG powder

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  • Matt Dolman

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    Hi there is the Heal Your Gut powder available in the UK. Thanks Matt

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  • JS

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    I made this last night!!!
    Absolutely delicious, I had to stop myself from eating the whole batch!

    thanks Lee ūüôā

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  • Nina

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    Oh my gosh.. these are so easy and delicious!
    I have just made a bowl of the mix but I’m hoping to roll into balls after it firms up a bit in the fridge (as another reader has done) and roll in toasted sesame seeds

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  • Sue

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    What is hyg powder

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  • Anneke

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    Could you use an alternative to tahini? I don’t have any in my cupboard so could I use cashew butter or almond butter instead?

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    • lee

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      Yes almond butter or cashew butter would work perfectly. Yum! Lee x

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  • Katherine

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    How long do these last in the fridge? Can you freeze them?

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    • lee

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      They should last up to a week, but if you freeze them they can last for much longer! Lee x

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  • Jacinta

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    Very Yummy Thanks I used ghee instead of coconut oil as I find the coconut too dense.

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    • lee

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      Great idea! I haven’t tried it with ghee but definitely will give it a go next time. Lee x

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  • Michaela

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    Looks Amazing – is there a substitute for the HYG powder?… I have everything else already?

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    • lee

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      you can use protein powder if you prefer ūüôā or leave it out altogether!

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  • Belinda

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    Just made this as I had a jar of tahini that I needed to use up and had to sample a spoonful before putting in the tin. YUMM !! Added a little extra ginger for the kick. This has to be my new favourite treat. Thanks Lee ūüôā x

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    • lee

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      Yum that sounds delicious! I’m so happy you’ve enjoyed it and made it your own ūüôā Lee x

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