peanut butter fudgeOh Fudge! Natural, healthy, creamy, nutty, smooth and chocolatey fudge on tap straight from the freezer. Oh yes please. But this is not not your average fudge, this is as healthy as fudge can get…………

there’s no cream, no butter, no dairy at all and no added sugar but rest assured it IS fudge, honestly. And not plain old fudge but delicious peanut butter and chocolate chip fudge. Yum please. slab of fudgeDSC_9058

I really like this recipe, it’s quick + easy and requires no thermometer monitoring like conventional fudge and guess what – this makes you feel real good after eating it. Right on. Keep it in the freezer for a handy grab it when you need it fudge fix. There’s no sugar in this recipe but you can sweeten it to suit your own tastes with your favourite kind. Maple syrup is lovely. Maple syrup and pecans would be lovelier!fudge chunks

Guess what, this freezer fudge is super adaptable too. Any nut butter would be delicious as would cocoa powder for a rich chocolate twist. Walnuts (any nut!) and coconut would be yummy additions too. Swap the banana up with 1/4 cup apple sauce for an equally delicious version. Just make your own fudge.DSC_9067

Healthy peanut butter fudge

(makes 12 squares)

1 small or 1/2 large banana, chopped
1/2 teaspoon fine sea salt
2 tablespoons smooth natural peanut butter
2 tablespoons coconut oil, melted
1/4 cup dark dairy free chocolate chips

Blend all the ingredients apart from the chocolate chips until smooth. Smooth into a parchment lined baking tray + stud the fudge slab with chocolate chips. Freeze until hardened + slice into desitred size. Store in the freezer or fridge.

11 comments on “Healthy Peanut Butter + Chocolate Fudge (No Dairy or Sugar)”

    • Hi there, I’m afraid I don’t calculate the nutritional info as I always make sure each recipe is packed full of healthful ingredients so I tend not to worry about the figures. I’m sure it’d be easy enough to do with the small ingredients list. It also depends how small you cut the squares 🙂 Thanks, Charlotte

  1. i i was just wondering if i missed something. i made this and doubled it. i only filled one layer of a glass bread loaf pan! it seems like yours made more!

    • Hi Emma! Yep completely agree if the banana isn’t ripe enough there’s definitely a hint of cream cheese there! Apple sauce makes a great sub if your bananas aren’t quite there! I LOVE that cake you made, gosh I wish I was faced with cake that good at social gatherings 😉 think I may attempt it this week! Thanks, Charlotte

    • Hi Joann, thanks for stopping by. As this subs some oil with banana it shouldn’t taste too oily and should blend well (as shown in the photos). My suggestions are: make sure the peanut butter you are using has not separated, ensure the coconut oil is liquid before blending and make sure it is blended well. Hope this helps. Charlotte 🙂

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