Smooth, rich, extremely chocolate, and Secretly healthy Chocolate candy.
Without corn syrup
Without refined sugar
Only 5 ingredients
While many traditional chocolate dessert recipes call for butter, sugar, chocolate chips, and condensed milk or marshmallow fluff, this healthier, vegan version uses only natural ingredients.
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It’s a healthy chocolate dessert, without all of the added sugar.
Instead of white sugar or corn syrup, this healthy candy bar is naturally sweetened with potassium-rich bananas. (There’s also a banana-free version for those who aren’t a fan of the fruit.)
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Chocolate candy flavors
Mint chocolate: Before mixing, add 1/4 teaspoon of pure peppermint extract, or more as desired – go slow as it is strong.
Peanut Butter Chocolate: Replace a quarter cup of coconut butter for the peanut butter. Add a handful of crushed peanuts or sprinkle on top if desired.
Rocky road: Stir in some chopped almonds and vegetable marshmallows into the fudge mixture after mixing.
Mocha Fudge: Add 1/2 teaspoon of instant coffee with the other ingredients to start. You can also place a coffee bean in the center of each dessert to serve at the end.
How to make a healthy fudge
The recipe is very easy. Simply mix all ingredients in a food processor until completely smooth.
Spread the mixture into an 8-inch skillet (or any shallow container, candy bar, or small muffin tins) lined with parchment paper or wax, and then cool or freeze until firm.
Once cool, slice it into squares, bites, or bars and enjoy.
You can cool or freeze leftover fudge for up to a month and then defrost it before serving.
- 1/2 Glass Cocoa or cocoa powder
- 2 Ripe bananas (For non-banana or keto bananas, try these types Fat bombs)
- 4 Tablespoon Pure maple syrup or honey, or stevia to taste
- 1 Glass Coconut butter
- 1/4 Teaspoon Salt is just below standard
- 1 optional teaspoon pure vanilla extract
- An optional cinnamon pinch and additional functions like chia seeds, grated coconut, walnuts, baby chocolate chips, etc.
Make sure the bananas are ripe (at least partially brown) and that the coconut butter is soft before you start. Mix all ingredients in a food processor until completely smooth. Spread in an 8×8 pan lined with parchment or wax paper. Put them in the fridge or freeze them until firm, then chop as desired. Keep leftovers in the fridge or freeze for up to a month, then thaw them before serving.View nutrition facts
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