Looks like Da Food Chain was having fun with Tiny Isle Fudge Mix recently! These adorable heart-shaped chunks of fudge look almost too cute to eat! I said ALMOST.

Have you tried our DIY Fudge Mix yet? It’s raw and organic and takes the guess work out of chocolate making. The directions call for coconut oil and a liquid sweetener of your choosing. We typically use agave nectar, but this mix is so versatile, we’ve also made it with: Honey, maple syrup, coconut syrup, and brown rice syrup! And yes, they are ALL delicious.

If you’ve made chocolate before, you know that it’s flavor is almost always enhanced by vanilla. Ironic eh?  So we do recommend adding some vanilla, but we’ve also added mint, orange, coffee, cherry, coconut, lemon, lime, rosemary, etc. What is your favorite chocolate flavor combo?

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  1. Hello,
    I bought your set of four truffles, and i am on a 100% very strict nothing but 100% organic diet.
    Are all of your ingredients 100% organic? Or just local? And if they are organic, are they certified organic ingredients that you use?

    Thank you,

    1. Aloha Hanna,

      It looks like no one ever responded to you about this post. We have just taken over the business recently and I have only just gotten access to the website so let me say sorry we took so long. Ok so now to answer you question. All of our ingredients are organic though some of them are not certified organic. The honey we use is local and not certified organic but we know our sources well and know that they use organic methods for all that they do and none of them spray pesticides or herbicides. All of the toppings for the fudge and truffles come from our own homestead so the coconut, and chiles are not certified organic but are very much organically grown. The macnuts are certified and the mint we use is certified. I hope that covers it for you. Please don’t hesitate to contact us again if you have more questions. Mahalo and Aloha, Lisa

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