Healthy Chocolate Fudge Recipe

Looking for an easy Healthy Chocolate fudge recipe? Learn how to make Healthy Chocolate fudge using healthy ingredients.

Submitted by trill78

Makes 75 servings

? 3/4 cup organic coconut milk (NOT the watered down "light" version which just replaces some of the healthy coconut fat with water...use the real full-fat version) ? 1 bar (3-5 oz. bar works well) of bakers unsweetened chocolate - 100% cacao content (if you can't find 100% cacao bakers chocolate, look for at least 70-80% cocoa content on the label of any dark chocolate bar - to minimize sugar content) - I used 4 squares of the bakers unsweetened ? 4-5 tablespoons of peanut butter or your favourite nut butter (almond butter, cashew butter, pecan butter, and/or macadamia butter, etc) - I used 2 tbsp of almond butter & 3 tbsp of peanut butter ? 3/4 cup raisins or dried cranberries or goji berries (optional) - I chop mine up-raisins ? 1/2 cup whole raw almonds or other nuts (optional) - I used almonds ? 1/4 cup raw chopped pecans (optional)- I put pecans in ? 1 scoop, about 25 gms of your favourite protein powder (I used my new favorite protein - the only raw GRASS-FED whey protein!) - I used the whey ? 3 Tbsp chia seeds, hemp seeds, and/or flax seeds (optional, but adds crazy amounts of vitamins, minerals, and a nutty taste)- I used chai seeds ? 2 Tbsp rice bran (usually only available at health food stores) ? 2 Tbsp whole oats or oat bran.- I used oat bran ? 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract ? A little natural stevia powder to sweeten (add a small amount to achieve the sweetness you prefer) - I used 4 packets ? add a small touch of real maple syrup if you want a more "blended" sweetness flavour (keep the amount small to keep sugar content low) - I used 4 tbsp of agave syrup instead

Recipe Ingredients for Healthy Chocolate fudge

3/4 cup organic coconut milk
4 oz unsweetened chocolate
5 tbsp peanut butter
3/4 cup raisins
1/2 cup raw almonds
1/4 cup chopped pecans
25 g protein powder
3 tbsp Original Raw Chia Seeds
2 tbsp Rice Bran
2 tbsp Whole Grain Oat Flour
1/2 tsp vanilla
4 scoop Stevia Powder
4 tbsp raw agave syrup

Recipe Directions for Healthy Chocolate fudge

  1. Note on coconut milk: don't be afraid of the fats in this... coconut fat is mostly medium chain triglycerides (MCTs) that are more readily used for energy and also contain a special fat called Lauric Acid, which is extremely healthy and supports the immune system.

  2. Start by adding the coconut milk (cans of organic coconut milk are available at most health food stores and possibly even your grocery store) and vanilla extract to a small saucepan on VERY low heat -- the lowest heat setting. Break up the extra dark chocolate bar into chunks and add into pot. Add the nut butters and the stevia, and continuously stir until it all melts together into a smooth mixture.

  3. Then add the raisins, nuts, seeds, protein powder, oat bran, and rice bran and stir until fully blended. If the mixture becomes too thick or dry consistency, just add a small amount more coconut milk. If the mixture seems too wet, keep in mind that it will solidify a good bit once it goes in the fridge.

  4. Spoon/pour the fudge mixture onto some waxed paper in a dish and place in the fridge until it cools and solidifies together (3-4 hours). Cut into squares once firm and place in a closed container or cover with foil in fridge to prevent it from drying out. *** We like ours in the freezer!***

  5. Enjoy small squares of this delicious healthy "super-food" fudge for dessert and for small snacks throughout the day. This is about as good as it gets for a healthy yet delicious treat!

  6. Even though this is a healthier dessert idea that's lower in sugar and higher in nutrition than most sweet treats, keep in mind that it is still calorie dense, so keep your portions reasonable. Give this recipe a try and I guarantee that you'll LOVE it... Everybody I know raves to me about this healthy, but delicious fudge recipe!



Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 10.0g
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat
% Daily Value*
Total Fat
Saturated Fat
Trans Fat
Total Carbohydrates
Dietary Fiber
Vitamin A 0% Vitamin C 0%
Calcium 1% Iron 3%
* Based on a 2000 calorie diet

Nutritional details are an estimate and should only be used as a guide for approximation.


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Health Information

Nutrition Grade
96% confidence
  Good points
  • Very low in cholesterol
  • Low in sodium
  •   Bad points
  • High in saturated fat
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