A pro-biotic treat!

Raw Goat Fudge

1 lb powdered sugar
1/2 cup cocoa
1 tsp vanilla or half vanilla half flavor of choice such as almond?
5 oz Creme de Chevre ( raw goat milk cream cheese, I made my own!
 temp never goes over 80F)
1 oz Cultured goat butter or coconut oil
1/2 cup chopped nuts (optional)

1 gallon ziplock bag or bowl and wax paper might work? I didn't tweak this part yet.

A delicious, fun to make recipe. Involve the kids! They will love making it as much as they will love eating it and they wont even know its good for them!

On second thought don't tell them is good for them or you might be in trouble!  

A recipe I tweaked from another recipe to make this treat with raw ingredients :)


Put Creme de Chevre and cultured Goat Butter into a bowl and let soften. When it is easily mixable, stir in vanilla. Put powdered sugar and cocoa into the ziplock bag. Seal bag and shake thoroughly. (Try to make sure any lumps of powdered sugar are broken up.)

Add Creme de Chevre mixture and nuts (if using) to the bag. Seal the bag and squeeze all ingredients together until well blended, approximately 3 to 4 minutes. Initially, you will need to leave some air in the bag. Once it becomes a thicker consistency, release some air and kneed like putty.

When thoroughly mixed, work the fudge to the bottom of the bag and roll into a log. Refrigerate for 1 - 2 hours or overnight. Remove from bag. Using a warm, dry knife cut into 1 inch cubes and serve. (Option: Lightly dust with powdered sugar before serving.)

Makes approximately 2 lbs of fudge.

4 Responses to “A pro-biotic treat!”

Looks so delicious! I'm printing it now...


Raye Ann said...

Looks great. I am going to have to make some coconut yogurt cheese. I hope it works as well as the goats milk cream cheese.

King's Daughter said...

I have horrible memories of goats milk as a child! Can this be made without stuff made from goats milk? do you think kefir would work?

Teri Gelseth said...

Ryan I would love for you to share the coconut yogurt cheeses recipe with us! That sounds fabulous!

Kings Daughter the kefir might be to thin unless you strain it into a cream cheese consistency but I think once you made the kefir labneh out of it would be perfect! Let me know if you try it!

Labneh or yogurt cream cheese post: http://howsustainablecanwebe.blogspot.com/2010/07/yogurt-cheese-labneh-and-yogurt.html