The best chocolate high fat fudge recipe that’s naturally gluten-free, paleo and vegan. All you need is 4 simple ingredients to make a rich, creamy fudge that will melt in your mouth!  Quick and easy chocolate fudge recipe made with no corn syrup, condensed milk and isn’t overloaded with sugar–just pure chocolate goodness with a touch of sweetness.
Just 4 simple ingredients blended to create a rich and delicious chocolate fudge recipe. Made from real ingredients that are healthy for your body. One ingredient might surprise you.

Our mom is a huge chocolate fudge fan and we can’t wait to make this for her. Although, she is not a fan of avocado (crazy we know) as that is the base in this fudge. But with the touch of maple syrup and vanilla we promise you can’t tell it has avocados in it. Madison really enjoyed a few bites of this fudge too, so kid-friendly.

If you have someone in your family that doesn’t like avocado gives this recipe a try and see if you can convert them haha

This is one fudge recipe we’ve been meaning to make for some time now and we finally got around to making it. We are huge chocolate lovers and wanted to make a rich, dense fudge and this is it! We are super excited to share it with you.

Today we bring you a yummy chocolate fudge recipe that will soon become your favorite.

Quick and easy high fat creamy chocolate fudge made with 4 ingredients

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Sometimes the simplest recipes create the richest results. We don’t like to over complicate things if we don’t have to, especially when it comes to recipe making.

Velvety smooth fudge with a rich chocolate flavor.

No baking. No dairy. No refined sugars.

What more could you want?

Chocolate fudge recipe- soft, creamy and loaded with chocolate flavor, made with good for you ingredients. Gluten-free, vegan and paleo. A healthy way to get a chocolate fix. No baking. No dairy. No refined sugars.

This heavenly combination of raw cacao powder, avocado, coconut butter and maple syrup with a touch of vanilla is even better than those condensed milk sugary filled fudge recipes. It’s so rich and dreamy.

We adore our fudge recipes. Maybe you don’t like chocolate fudge, no worries we have a few other fudge recipes for you to enjoy:

Pumpkin pie

Carrot cake

Peanut butter

Basic fudge made with a banana

Beet fudge 

Protein pumpkin chocolate chip

We’ve made this recipe twice. The second time we made it with all coconut oil for those that don’t have coconut butter. It still came out. Next time we are thinking of doing 1/4 cup of both and seeing what it is like. Really we are just making any excuse to make this chocolate fudge recipe again.

A delicious dairy-free chocolate fudge made with avocado, coconut butter, cocoa and maple syrup. This high fat dessert recipe is full of healthy fats and fiber. Rich and incredibly smooth. Not too sweet and full of flavor.

Just 3 minutes to whip up and 4 ingredients to make a rich, creamy fudge that will melt in your mouth!

Hardest part is waiting for it to set.

Gluten-free, dairy-free, paleo chocolate fudge recipe

When we were deciding what the main base for this fudge to be we decided on avocado.

Avocado is the perfect base as it provides such a rich, creamy texture.

With the addition to the coconut butter, maple syrup and vanilla everything comes together nicely.

We’ve made chocolate avocado puddings in the past with similar ingredients, but this time added in more coconut butter to make it firm so we could slice it.

 All you need is 4 ingredients to make this BEST chocolate fudge recipe. So easy to make. Raw paleo vegan chocolate fudge made in a Vitamix blender. This recipe whips up in under 5 minutes. The longest part is waiting for the fudge to set! So worth it. This dairy-free chocolate fudge is a recipe you will make again and again.

Smooth chocolate fudge recipe made in a blender and is the perfect dessert to enjoy anytime. This is a great way to use up ripe avocados too!

This recipe is heat sensitive so we do suggest you keeping it in the refrigerator until you are ready to eat it.

Now here is your easy recipe for the BEST chocolate fudge recipe.

Dairy free high fat chocolate fudge (paleo, vegan)

Prep Time: 3 minutes

makes 8 slices

Dairy free high fat chocolate fudge (paleo, vegan)

A healthy, easy and delicious chocolate fudge. Dairy-free paleo and vegan chocolate fudge recipe that is full of healthy fats to burn fat. This is a great way to use up ripe avocados.

Ingredients

  • 2 avocados - 8 oz
  • 4 tablespoons raw cacao powder
  • 3 tablespoons maple syrup
  • 1/2 cup coconut butter
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla (optional)

Directions

  1. Place all ingredients into blender.
  2. Blend until smooth.
  3. Pour fudge into 6 inch spring form pan lined with wax paper.
  4. Place in refrigerator for a few hours or overnight to set.
  5. Carefully remove from pan.
  6. Slice and enjoy.
  7. Store in refrigerator for 2-3 days.
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Making homemade fudge can be quick, healthy and tasty!

Let us know if you give it a try. Make sure to tag @purelytwins #purelytwins on Instagram or leave a comment. We love seeing your creations!

Do you like fudge? If so what is your favorite flavor?

xo

Lori and Michelle

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10 thoughts on “4 ingredient high fat chocolate fudge

  1. Yum! I am a huge fan of fudge. I love that you used avocado! Avocado and chocolate is such a good combo! 🙂

    Posted on March 30, 2016 at 8:47 am
  2. is the 8 ounces of avocado AFTER the peel’s been removed?
    Would this work without maple syrup?
    Thanks!

    Posted on March 30, 2016 at 2:41 pm
    1. yes Sophie you are correct. You could try not using maple and do stevia

      Posted on March 31, 2016 at 7:16 pm
  3. I LOVE fudge! I have been making lots of pB fudge for my pre-gym snack in the morning and it is YUM!

    Posted on March 31, 2016 at 7:16 am
  4. So I tried doing this but it didn’t turn out very good. I think I know what went wrong, though:

    1) I swapped the maple syrup for a whole banana. Maybe it was too much since the maple syrup is just 3 tbs.

    2) My blender is not good so the fudge didn’t turn out smooth. I could still see chunks of avocado

    3) The avocados were kind of green. Is it better if they are more ripe-ish?

    4) Tasted too much like avocado and the banana didn’t sweeten the fudge enough. I should have added a few drops of liquid stevia

    5) Stored it in the freezer instead of in the refrigerator and got ice crystals. However, I don’t think the fudge I got would have solidified in the refrigerator even overnight. It was chunky instead of smooth, but it wasn’t very thick, definitely not thick enough to keep the shape of the mold If I had placed it in the refrigerator

    6) Used a too big silicone mold so it looked more like pizza slices because I spread the fudge too thin. I need a bigger mold to make thick slices like yours

    I’ll try this again when I get the Vitamix, and I’ll add vanilla, stevia, and use less banana. I’ll see if I can get a new pan as well. I really need some practice =(

    Posted on May 29, 2016 at 11:33 am
    1. It does help to have a good blender to keep things smooth and a recipe avocado will be better as it is softer. You will get the hang of it! Promise.

      Posted on May 30, 2016 at 12:26 pm
      1. Thanks! 😉

        I can’t wait to get a Vitamix. There’s only one dealer selling it in Spain and they won’t have the S30 until June or July. I hope in June! I’ll also get a more suitable pan for this.

        So you don’t freeze the fudge? Should it solidify enough in the refrigerator alone?

        Posted on May 30, 2016 at 6:54 pm
        1. No need to freeze, it should get hard in the fridge after a few hours or overnight.

          Posted on May 30, 2016 at 10:51 pm
          1. OK, thanks! I did that wrong, then. Hopefully it’ll turn out better next time 🙂

            Posted on May 31, 2016 at 5:09 pm
  5. So now that I have the Vitamix S30 I gave this another go. I made the coconut butter first and it turned out really good. However, when I blended the 4 ingredients together the Vitamix shut off =( I tried to prevent this from happening! I smashed the avocado with a fork first and mixed it with the coconut butter by hand before blending it with the cocoa and syrup in the Vitamix. Maybe I shouldn’t have done that?

    So, again, I was left with a chunky mixture with green specks of avocado still visible in it, not a completely homogenous blend. How do you guys blend this? I can never seem to get it right T_T At least I hope it will get hard in the fridge and hold its shape since this time the coconut butter was made properly.

    Posted on August 19, 2016 at 8:44 am