Oh Fudge

Jo Zimny


Only 5 ingredients in this fudge and it's very tasty and not overly sweet. I'm going to double this recipe next time because I didn't feel it made enough!!! There is no real cooking time here, the original recipe suggest 30 minutes to set up in the fridge. I left it over night though, I like it good and solid. It will stick so line your tin with parchment and make sure some comes up the sides so you can remove it from the pan.
I got the original recipe from Angie-Gluten Free Club.com

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15 Min
30 Min
Food Processor


1/2 c
coconut oil
1/2 c
unsweetened coco powder
1/2 c
almond butter
1/4 c
honey or maple syrup
1/2 tsp
pure vanilla extract

How to Make Oh Fudge


  • 1***Do not use anything but coconut oil, it won't set up properly***
  • 2Melt the coconut oil then add it and all the other ingredients into a food processor.
  • 3Process until smooth, then pour into lined muffin tins or a square baking pan (if you have silicone muffin tins or pan it works best because you can just pop out the fudge. If you use a metal one like I did you will have to line it with something. I used a 10"x7"x2" pan. It was a bit big but was adequate.
  • 4Chill until set, about 30 minutes. Pop out of the pan and cut into small pieces.
  • 5Store in the fridge, it melts very easily.
  • 6Enjoy!!!

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About Oh Fudge

Course/Dish: Candies
Main Ingredient: Nuts
Regional Style: American