Goji Filled Chocolate Fudge Roll

    20 minutes

    I made these for a special friend of mine. All up it took me about 15 minutes and if you know me that's ma kind a thing. Short and sweet! just like these! Made entirely from fruit, nuts and seeds, no nasties but with great taste and texture.


    Queensland, Australia
    11 people made this

    Makes: 1 log

    • Goji Filling
    • 1 cup active almonds
    • 1 cup pitted dates
    • 1 cup dried coconut
    • 1 cup goji berries
    • Chocolate Fudge:
    • 1 cup mixed nuts and seeds (almonds, pepitas, sunflower and walnuts)
    • 1 cup pitted dates
    • 1/2 cup sultanas
    • 3/4 cup dried coconut
    • 1 1/2 tablespoons raw cacao
    • 1/2 teaspoons vanilla powder and ground cinnamon

    Preparation:20min  ›  Ready in:20min 

    1. Goji Filling: Add goji filling ingredients to a high speed blender or food processor and blend until smooth then remove and roll out to 1/2 cm or on parchment paper or a teflex sheet into a large rectangle then put aside while you prepare the chocolate fudge.
    2. Chocolate Fudge: Add all ingredients to same blender and blend until smooth and fudgy then roll out to the same size as the goji filling following the instructions above.
    3. To Assemble: Gently turn the goji layer onto the chocolate fudge layer making sure that you get it in the centre with a little bit of chocolate overhang top and bottom as when it lands there is no way you are going to be able to move it.
    4. Cut a straight line about 2 cm from the bottom and top edge of the goji mix so that you can cut a straight edge of the chocolate mix 2cm above and below the goji. This give a small overhang of chocolate at both the top and bottom so that it can be tucked in and finished nicely.
    5. Grab the bottom edge of the teflex or parchment paper and begin to roll from the bottom as tight as you can like you are rolling sushi then roll the paper around the log making sure the it is all cylindrical then place in the fridge to get firm for cutting.
    6. To Serve: Cut with a damp knife in a sawing motion so as not to flatted the dics while cutting. I cut mine about 1cm thick which is a good size for these. They store really well in the fridge and last indefinitely.

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    These are actually really easy to make and last well in the fridge.  -  29 Sep 2014