Who else is obsessed with Honey Mamas?? The way the melt in your mouth! The light airy texture married with heavy intensity of chocolate! They're sweet but not too sweet. Ya feel me? Its perfection in a bar. How do they do it? Its some kind of sorcery, i'm convinced.
And though they are out of this world good, and its not out of the normal for me to venture to two or some days three grocery stores to try to find these babies, sometimes I'm still left empty handed and fiending.
I decided to make my own version for those days when the hunt yields no reward. They aren't precisely the melt in your mouth perfection of a Honey Mama, but they are a pretty close second.
They are also loaded with heart-healthy fats, gut-healthy fiber and contain zero processed sugar or preservatives. Its a good consolation prize.
Honey Freezer Fudge
3/4 Cup Flaxmeal
1/2 Cocoa Powder
1/2 Tsp Sea Salt
2 Tbsp Coconut Oil
1/2 Cup Honey
Maldon Sea Salt Flakes
1. In a large bowl mix together flaxmeal, cocoa powder and sea salt until well mixed.
2. Next add coconut oil and honey until a thick paste forms. You can add a tiny amount of almond milk or add more honey if the batter needs some thinning.
3. Next place the fudge batter between two pieces of parchment paper and roll out to thin the fudge batter.
4. Line a glass dish with parchment paper and spread the fudge batter evenly throughout the dish.
5. Sprinkle with maldon sea salt flakes, cover and let set in the freezer for at least two - three hours before cutting.
6. After two to three hours (or more ideally, overnight), remove fudge from freezer. Cut ends to form an even rectangle and then cut into bars or desired shape.
7. Store in an air-tight container in the freezer.