There are no words for this 10 Minute Healthy Chocolate Fudge. But only because my mouth is busy devouring it at this particular moment. In reality, there are a zillion + seven words that come to mind such as the following:
And just think. In just ten 10 minutes or less you could have a bite or twelve of this rich and creamy chocoholic-ness too? I know that sounds slightly like an infomercial but it is the gosh darn honest truth. You literally just need a few simple ingredients that are probably stashed away somewhere in your pantry anyways and mix them up in a bowl. Mix it up really good. Put some muscle into it. Ok forget the muscle part because everything pretty much just mixes together real smooth like <peanut> butter.
Once you are fully satisfied with the mixed-up-ness of the fudge batter (yes I know that is not technically real cooking lingo but I am trying to sound like I know what I am doing over here), then you pour it onto a pan lined with wax paper and pop it in the freezer for about an hour. For this particular batch, we actually poured the fudge into a bread pan lined with wax paper so the fudge would be a little thicker. This was an extremely good decision on our part. Just saying.
Of course there are other little things you can do to make it extraordinarily special. Instead of cacao nibs, you could sprinkle crushed cashews on top. That would be so pretty right? You could also top it off with fun things like shaved chocolate, shredded coconut, or pink and yellow sprinkles. Whatever it takes to make your hearts happy dear friends.
The final and most important step of all <in our opinion> is to lick the spoon and/or bowl clean. It is very important that you do not skip this step or you will regret it forever. Forever. Any questions? Oh I know you have got this! 5 ingredients, 1 bowl and just a little muscle power required until this rich and creamy Healthy Chocolate Fudge can be melting in your mouth too!Print
Making delicious fudge has never been more simple or more delicious than when you use this recipe.
- ½ cup almond butter (or peanut butter)
- ½ cup unsweetened cocoa powder
- 2–3 tablespoons coconut oil (melted)
- 2–3 tablespoons pure maple syrup
- handful cocoa nibs (for topping)
- Mix the almond butter, maple syrup and coconut oil in a medium-size mixing bowl
- Stir in the cocoa powder until everything is evenly combined
- Pour the batter onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper
- Place the pan in the freezer for at least an hour before serving