1 + 1/4 cups lupin flour
1/4 cup lupin semolina
1/3 cup + 1 tsp melted ghee (or vegan butter substitute)
1/2 cup powdered monk fruit (or your choice of sugar free substitute)
2 tblsp grounded pistachios
1/2 tsp cardamom powder
Pinch of saffron powder or a few saffron strands soaked in warm milk / milk alternative
Take a pan and heat 1 tsp ghee (or vegan butter substitute). Now, add 1 + 1/4 cup lupin flour with 1/4 cup lupin semolina. Roast well on a medium heat and keep stirring. (Note: it is important to roast the flour mix well. Unroasted flour mix will have an undesired raw taste in the final product.)
Take 1/3 cup melted ghee in a bowl and add 1/2 cup of powdered monk fruit sugar (or your choice of sugar free substitute). Mix well.
Add saffron powder (or saffron strands soaked in warm milk / milk alternative), 1/2 tsp cardamom powder and 2 tblsp grounded pistachios.
Combine ghee sugar mix with roasted lupin flour mix. Blend everything well and refrigerate the final fudge mix for minimum 30 mins. Make 12 equal lupin fudge balls and decorate as per your liking.
Health & Nutrition:
High protein lupin fudge recipe contains 63 g protein. You can make 12 fudge balls each with approximately 5 g protein. It is gluten free, keto & diabetic friendly, vegan, complete source of high protein and high fibre. Our lupin fudge recipe is the healthiest way to satisfy your sweet tooth while keeping your protein and fibre game up.