Peanut Choc Fudge

by Mona Fe on Aug 12, 2021

sugar free fudge recipe

Peanut Choc Fudge - Who said a fudge canā€™t be sugar-free?

Fudge always reminds us of road trips as a kid.

Where you stop in a small countryĀ town to stretch your legs and end up browsing the local lolly shop while youā€™re there.

Only to leave with the compulsory serve of melt-on-your-tongue fudge thatā€™s irresistibly good, but usually ended up in a sugar-induced argument with the siblings 5 minutes down the road.

This sugar-free fudge recipe is meant to counteract just that.

Whether you make a batch before you head off or save them for your next pre-school playdate at your house, our Peanut Choc Fudge will win everyone over.

Want to add that wow factor?

Simply set yourself up with a Mini Poddie to instantly turn your fudge into bunny, bear or cat-shaped bites with the cutest character details.

Bunny shows up with cross eyes. Bearā€™s sleepy eyes are irresistibly cute. And Catā€™s whiskers steel the show.

All it takes from the initial idea to drool-worthy, sugar-free fudge is 1 hour of your time and a decent workout of your high-speed food processor. Too easy!

And while everyoneā€™s telling you how magical they are, donā€™t waste a minute and pop your Mini Poddie into your dishwasher. Because it can clean it up quicker and better than you ever could!

Makes 1 Mini Poddies tray | Prep 10 minutes | Freeze 1 hour


  • 150Ā gĀ (3/4Ā cup)Ā peanutĀ butter
  • 80Ā mlĀ (1/3Ā cup)Ā coconutĀ oil,Ā meltedĀ 
  • 20Ā gĀ (1/4Ā cup)Ā rawĀ cacaoĀ powder
  • 55Ā gĀ (1/4Ā cup)Ā mapleĀ syrup
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1/2Ā tsp Himalayan crystal salt


PlaceĀ allĀ ingredientsĀ intoĀ aĀ high-speedĀ food processorĀ andĀ blitzĀ untilĀ smooth.

SpoonĀ mixtureĀ evenlyĀ intoĀ theĀ MiniĀ Poddies andĀ freezeĀ forĀ 1Ā hourĀ untilĀ firm.

RemoveĀ fromĀ MiniĀ PoddiesĀ trayĀ andĀ store inĀ refrigeratorĀ inĀ anĀ airtightĀ container.

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