Wahls Fudge

 In Wahls Protocol Recipes

In a food processor, blend together: walnuts, avocado, coconut milk, cocoa powder, and a few additional key ingredients. Top with berries, and the cream from coconut milk for a delicious treat!

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Walnuts are high in protein, omega-3 fatty acids (which support brain health), trace minerals and vitamins. They contain polyunsaturated fats (PUFAs) and are high in B6, folate, vitamin E, magnesium, phosphorus and iron. Best of all, walnuts benefit us in the area of memory and cognitive functioning. Studies show that walnuts can improve motor skills and behavior skills in older adults and boost memory.

For further instructions on how to make Wahls Fudge, check out The Wahls Protocol on page 364. To learn more about Dr. Wahls, sign up for her email list, and order The Wahls Protocol today! http://amzn.com/1583335218

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  • Joan Mercantini

    Wahls Fudge

    In a food processor, blend together: walnuts, avocado, coconut milk, cocoa powder, and a few additional key ingredients.
    Where is the rest of the recipe? Or do we have to purchase your book to find it.

    • Yesenia Bujanda

      Hi Joan,

      Yes, for further instructions on how to make Wahls Fudge, check out The Wahls Protocol on page 363. To learn more about Dr. Wahls, sign up for her email list, and order The Wahls Protocol today! http://amzn.com/1583335218

      In health,
      Yeseñia
      The Wahls Customer Service Team

  • Kailey Steed

    Where is the rest of this recipe? I’ve ordered the your book and am anxiously awaiting it, but for now, can I get the entire recipe?

    Yours in health,

    Kailey Steed
    RRMS diagnosed spring of 2006

    • Yesenia Bujanda

      Hi Kailey,

      The rest of the instructions on how to make Wahls Fudge are in The Wahls Protocol on page 363.

      In health,
      Yeseñia
      The Wahls Customer Service Team

  • Alice

    Will only walnuts work? Allergic to them.

    • Yesenia Bujanda

      Hi Alice,

      It would be best to talk with your personal physician or nutritionist to find an alternative for walnuts.

      In health,
      Yeseñia
      The Wahls Customer Service Team

  • samar

    Can you use almond milk instead of coconut milk

    • Yesenia Bujanda

      Hi Samar!

      Yes, you can use either or! For more details about which foods are allowed and which should be avoided are in the new book “The Wahls Protocol”. We recommend that you order your copy and then work with your nutritionist. You can order the book on Amazon or with Barnes and Noble. http://www.terrywahls.com/the-wahls-protocol

      In health,
      Yeseñia
      The Wahls Customer Service Team

    • Yesenia Bujanda

      Hi Samar!

      Yes, you can use either or. For more details about which foods are allowed and which should be avoided are in the new book “The Wahls Protocol”. We recommend that you order your copy and then work with your nutritionist. You can order the book on Amazon or with Barnes and Noble. http://www.terrywahls.com/the-wahls-protocol

      In health,
      Yeseñia
      The Wahls Customer Service Team

      • Cecile

        The recipe in the book calls for Coconut OIL, not coconut milk. Which is correct?

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