Be Mine Chocolate Covered Valentine Beet Fudge Bites

How to make homemade low sugar chocolate covered beet fudge with real foods.


Chocolate covered beet fudge bites that are vegan, gluten, grain-free, and mostly raw !

Learn how to make the easiest chocolate covered fudge made from beets, which makes them naturally pink.

These little fudge bites are pretty on the eyes, don’t you agree?


Perfect for a special Valentine’s Day sweet treat.

Just when you thought our love and recipe creation using beets was done. We think of this idea!

Along with our beets donuts  and peppermint layered cream cake that our other favorites of ours to enjoy beets in a different way. What can we say we do love our beets in a variety of ways.


Be Mine Valentine Day Fudge Recipe.

Drool worthy fudge! Promise these little guys won’t last long :)

They are soft and creamy with a touch of sweetness from the stevia and the dark chocolate sauce on top makes it one happy party in the mouth.  Now you don’t have to put the chocolate sauce on top, the beet fudge is pretty darn tasty on it’s own too. But chocolate makes everything better, right?

Oh and pair these fudge bites with some wine… creates for an even better celebration! oh picturing that right now!  Eeeek! We are so thrilled how well using beets to replace the pumpkin in our original fudge recipe worked!


What is not to love! Chocolate! Creaminess! Sweetness! Pure heaven if we say so ourselves.

Inspired by our very popular and super easy pumpkin pie fudge recipe that so many of you made and loved!! And now we think you will love this version just as much!


The chocolate sauce on top just completes these beet fudge pieces.

So rich and oh sooo creamy! Dust with some cocoa powder for a more dramatic look.

We also used stevia in the fudge part to help make them lower in sugar, but feel free to use 2-3 tablespoons of your favorite liquid sweetener.

Chocolate Covered Valentine Beet Fudge Bites sweetened with stevia


This recipe for beet fudge bites was inspired by our homemade pumpkin pie fudge 

Homemade coconut butter recipe here

Chocolate sauce recipe here

Low sugar Chocolate Covered Valentine Beet Fudge Bites (gluten-free, grain-free, soy-free, vegan)

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Low sugar Chocolate Covered Valentine Beet Fudge Bites (gluten-free, grain-free, soy-free, vegan)

A healthy treat for Valentine's day. Low sugar gluten-free vegan beet fudge covered in a homemade dairy-free chocolate sauce. Chocolate covered beet fudge bites!


    Beet Fudge Ingredients:
  • one heaping cup of chopped steamed beets (about 8oz)
  • 1/2 teaspoon liquid stevia
  • 2-3 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1/2 cup softened coconut butter + 1 tablespoon (about 5 oz) *could do coconut oil
  • 1-2 tablespoons water ( I did two) ** you could do 1 tablespoon maple syrup if desired
  • Dark Chocolate Sauce ingredients:
  • 6 tablespoons raw cacao powder (1 oz) **could use regular cocoa powder
  • 1/4 cup coconut nectar (could use maple, agave or honey) (3oz)
  • 1/3 cup coconut oil, liquid (around 2 1/4oz)
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract


    To make beet fudge:
  1. Skin and chop your beets, and steam till tender.
  2. Place all ingredients into a vita-mix.
  3. For the coconut butter soften it first before measuring out 1/2 cup and 1 tablespoon. I added the one tablespoon because the 1/2 cup made it just a tad too soft so think adding in that extra tablespoon should help.
  4. Blend till smooth and creamy. This works best of all ingredients are at room temperature.
  5. Pour into your pan of choice. I used individual cheesecake mold pan.
  6. Set in freezer or fridge for 3-5 hours, or till firm to touch.
  7. Remove from pan. Or if you used a regular pan you can cut into slices and carefully remove.
  8. make chocolate sauce
  9. Gather ingredients into a large bowl and stirring well.
  10. Drizzle with a spoon the chocolate sauce over your beet fudge pieces.
  11. By using coconut nectar made the chocolate sauce really thick and sticky, FYI, but oh sooo good. Highly recommend licking the chocolate sauce bowl when done, hehe.
  12. If you have any leftovers, store in refrigerator for 5-6 days.


set-time for fudge: 3-4 hours in freezer (leave in refrigerator)

Happy “early”  Valentine’s day from our kitchen to yours! As everyone deserves a little love and sweet treat!


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More great recipes we love:


Pumpkin pie fudge (semi-raw)

Pink  Marshmallows made from beets

Beet juices  (raw)

Peppermint Layered Cheesecake (raw) 

Avocado beet pudding

(we also enjoyed beets in smoothies)

And check out all these yummy looking Valentines Day Treats from our girls K and K!

Hope everyone has a wonderful day tomorrow filled with lots of chocolate!! We are excited to have some ;)

Check out our other favorite valentine’s day treats!



  1. Chris says

    Happy Valentine’s Day!
    Can you make the chocolate sauce with stevia? How so? Does it harden?
    I need to get some beets :)

  2. says

    I found you on twitter and just read this recipe. I’m supposed to bring the kids to a Valentines party at my wife’s school. I’m thinking about making these to surprise the kids with. They sound good and I have nearly every ingredient. Quick question, you mentioned coconut nectar or agave. I have agave and I have coconut oil, if I use those instead of the homemade coconut butter, should I do anything to modify? I want these to taste the best that I can with what I have on hand.
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    • purelytwins says

      awesome Johnathan, and yes you can use coconut oil instead of the coconut butter so you can do the 1/2 cup + 1 tbsp coconut oil, and the agave would work in the chocolate sauce as well, there is no need to do anything different for that. And for the beet fudge part you could use 2-3 tbsp agave in fudge if you do not want to use stevia, or you could do a combo, really just taste the batter as you blending it to see if it is sweet enough :)


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