Healthy-ish fudge recipes that use coconut oil, some are low-calorie fudge recipes and most are dairy free plus there is also a healthy peanut butter fudge recipe. So the next time you are craving something sweet, whip up a batch of guilt-free fudge.
Tip: while these fudge recipes may use healthy ingredients, some of them are calorie dense.
Chickpea flour fudge recipe
This chickpea flour fudge recipe uses coconut sugar instead of refined sugar and has a slightly nutty taste. This recipe makes about 16 squares.
Salted cacao and almond butter fudge recipe
This salted cacao and almost butter fudge recipe is a healthier version of a decadent chocolate fudge and is just as creamy.
Raw peanut butter fudge recipe
This raw peanut butter fudge recipe doesn’t require any cooking and takes less than 5 minutes to whip up but does need to set in the fridge overnight.
Black bean cocoa fudge recipe
The black beans add a creamy texture to the fudge. Add a dash of chilli powder to take this black bean cocoa fudge recipe to the next level.
Matcha date fudge recipe
This matcha date fudge recipe is the perfect sweet treat for healthy eaters.