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Gluten-Free Almond Butter Fudge - No Heating, No Sugar Recipe


Looking for a vegan gluten-free dessert recipe? This almond butter fudge is what you need to try! Rich, flavorful, and yet so healthy! On top of it, the almond butter bar is gluten free and does not use sugar, requires no heating, and is a breeze to process. Gather the ingredients, churn them in a processor, collect the dough and give different shapes, and enjoy melt-in-mouth burfi.

gluten free almond butter fudge


This is one of healthy dessert recipes that you may want to try.

Healthy, delicious, and nutty is how I define this gluten free, vegan almond butter fudge - typically badam burfi.

Who does not love sweets? Hardly anybody! But yes, exceptions are always there.

If you do not like sweets, it is primarily due to their sugary content, fatty richness, calorie burden, and buttery lusciousness. But trust you me, this almond butter fudge is

  • sugar free
  • butter free
  • fat free
Additionally, it comes loaded with health benefits, for it gives you all the benefits of the nuts involved in its processing.

Here's a video on how to make almond butter at home:


On top of it, this vegan almond butter fudge needs no heating, is a breeze to churn out, is nuttier in taste, and oh so delicious, of course with a heath quotient. This means you are free to munch on these nutty bites throughout the day! Yay! But nobody does that for whole day :)

Well, this nutty, gluten-free, vegan almond butter fudge is a breeze to process.So, what is it that makes almond butter stand out?

I prefer almond butter to peanut butter for reasons galore, with the prime one being groundnuts raise the risk of bad cholesterol, while almond butter helps raise your good cholesterol levels. Yes, the difference is certainly huge!

This is one reason I substitute peanuts with almonds in all recipes requiring the former! Do almonds disappoint? Na, never!

The distinct aroma and taste of roasted almonds easily makes a great substitute!


So, let's come back to the almond butter fudge vegan recipe, which is simply churning of nuts together for a nutty twist.
vegan almond butter bar

almond butter benefits
Let's see how to make this vegan gluten free recipe:

Badam burfi Ingredients
1/4 cup  homemade almond butter (check the recipe here)
8-10 walnuts
4-5 pistachios
4-5 raisins (optional)
1 tbsp- honey (or more depending on your likeness for your sweet tooth) or argave nectar/maple syrup for a vegan recipe..- you may even add jaggery or gur  if you have reservations about using honey in sweets
1 tsp- roasted poppy seeds
1 tbsp- roasted sesame seeds
You may add fennel seeds or cardamom for flavor.

Procedure
  1. Roast sesame seeds and poppy seeds separately.
  2. Take all nuts in a blender. 
  3. Add almond butter and honey or gur.
  4. Run the processor until everything mixes up well. The walnuts may give you a hard time, but that's okay. You may leave them as is. You will love the walnutty bites for sure.
  5. Take out the dough in a tray or aluminum foil.
  6. Roll out with a rolling pin (belan). Press with a heavy vessel until the burfi sets. 
  7. Cut into desired shapes and sizes.
  8. Enjoy this easy almond butter burfi recipe and enjoy nutty bites.
  9. Isn't this burfi processed in a jiffy?
  10. Would love to hear back from you!
Wanna try almond ladoo recipe? Savor these cute little almond balls even on fasting days!
What about the 2-ingredient pista badam ladoo?

Here are a few easy, quick, fuss-free almond butter recipes that you may want to try out to see why this nutty butter is a must-have ingredient on your kitchen counters.

almond butter mug cake

almond butter kulfi

almond butter shake
3-ingredient almond butter cookies
2-ingredient nana ice cream with almond butter

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