Healthy Wholesome Sugar Free Fudge

paleo fudge

We adore treats in my house (who doesn’t) and they don’t get much healthier and wholesome (yet treaty) than my sugar free fudge.

It’s super easy to knock up a batch and they can be made two ways. One with banana, the other with avocado and a smidge of honey. Which one will you try?

Sugar Free Fudge Method One

½ cup coconut oil
mashed med sized banana
¼ cup nut butter
¼ cup pure cocoa
tsp vanilla

– combine all ingredients in a large bowl

– pour the mixture into a greaseproof paper lined baking dish

– freeze for one hour

– cut into small chunks and store in the fridge

sugar free fudge

Sugar Free Fudge Method Two

Medium sized ripe avocado
200ml coconut oil
½ cup cashew nuts
¼ cup pure cocoa
tsp vanilla
Honey to taste (I used 1 tbsp, but you might need more)

– combine all ingredients in your blender or food processor and whiz on a high setting until you have a very thick mixture

– follow the steps from the recipe above

– enjoy!

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21 thoughts on “Healthy Wholesome Sugar Free Fudge

  1. Ooh these look delicious and no sugar!! I’ll have to give them a try with my sugar addict daughter and see what she thinks!! Thank you so much for linking up to #SundayStars xxx

    Please can you link back or add the sunday stars badge? Thank you x

  2. This looks amazing but I can’t eat nuts, I’ve been looking at lots of healthy recipes on Pinterest and nut butter comes up a lot, I often used oats instead or coconut flour, loving all your recipes, do link up to #tastytuesdays next week with this if you fancy it xx

  3. I buy the flavourless one (Biona Organic) because then it’s more versatile. I found some of the other brands were too over powering…

  4. Oh yay, I really hope you like them my lovely! Make sure you put them in a cool bag with lots of ice packs though hon, otherwise the coconut oil will melt to liquid xx

  5. I’ve been eyeing these up all afternoon. This is after reaching for a few pieces of fudge we bought in Cornwall last week.

    So I am considering making these for Fraser’s 2nd birthday picnic in a week. If I do, I will let you know hon. They do look pretty tasty! xx

  6. You’ll get there hon, it feels like forever now but intro will be over before you know it. As long as you don’t react you could introduce cocoa alongside Full GAPS.

    For the meantime as a treat have you made ice lollies? You could mix your pancake ingredients (minus the egg) with yogurt and cream, bet it would taste amazing. In fact I might add that to tomorrow’s making list…

  7. I can’t tell you how much I want to eat these!! I can’t wait till I can have some cocoa again…it is really encouraging to see you cooking with it 🙂

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