MitoXcell 5-Ingredient Red Velvet Fudge
To make MitoXcell 5-Ingredient Red Velvet Fudge, you’ll begin by juicing one beet. You can blend or purée the beets for the beet juice. Once you have your beet juice, add it to a medium sauce pan along with coconut butter, pure maple syrup, MitoXcell, and vanilla extract. You’ll warm the mixture over low heat and stir continuously for about five minutes (or until you have a glossy, smooth, and velvety mixture). Then, pour the mixture into a small container that’s been greased with coconut oil and pop it in the refrigerator for two hours. After the fudge has cooled and sit, pop it out of the container, slice it, and indulge in its chocolaty, red-velvety flavors. The beet juice is undetectable thanks to the richness of the raw cacao, so that secret is safe with you and me.
Prep Time – 10 mins | Cook Time – 5 mins | Total time – 15 mins
1 medium beet, stem cut and thoroughly washed
1 cup coconut butter
3½ tablespoons pure maple syrup
2 tablespoons MitoXcell Superfood Blend
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
HOW TO MAKE MITOXCELL 5-INGREDIENT RED VELVET FUDGE
Quarter the beet and run it through a juicer. If you don’t have a juicer, you can blend it, place the pulp in cheese cloth or a nut milk bag, and squeeze out the juice. You need ¼ cup beet juice for the recipe.
Add the coconut butter, ¼ cup beet juice, pure maple syrup, MitoXcell, and vanilla extract to a small sauce pan over low heat.
Stir continuously for 4-5 minutes or until the coconut butter has melted and the mixture is smooth and glossy.
Pour the mixture into a 3×5 container that has been greased with coconut oil.
Refrigerate for 2-3 hours or until completely set.
Pop the fudge out of the pan and slice it into squares.
Store fudge in refrigerator.
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