Miso peanut butter fudge cups with quinoa

miso peanut butter fudge cups stack

Hands up who likes peanut butter? Yes, just as I thought…How about chocolate? Yup, expected outcome. How about miso paste? If the last ingredient comes as a bit of a surprise, don’t worry, I have tested it more than I probably should have and it does work a treat with the peanut butter and chocolate combo. Try it! To add a bit of crunch to these innocent looking (yet lethally addictive, sorry) cups, I’ve toasted a bit of quinoa and embedded it in the creamy miso peanut butter fudge. Quinoa gives these babies some much needed texture and also amplifies their health food credentials, right? I mean it’s a superfood and all that jazz 😉 These cups are super easy to make and they will disappear quickly, so if this combo has your name written all over it, make a double batch…Duncan and I must have consumed well over a hundred of these cups in the past two weeks and we are sad to see them go. They were such a welcome addition to our afternoon espresso…something we looked forward to since breakfast!

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