Easy 5 ingredient healthy fudge recipe. High Fat Mocha Fudge -a coffee lovers dream, a rich chocolate fudge infused with coffee and topped with a rich creamy icing. Delicious and easy to make. This mocha fudge dessert recipe is gluten-free, paleo and vegan and makes enough for one.

The best, most delicious homemade fudge recipe. This EASY Mocha Fudge takes just minutes to prepare! This decadent treat is wonderful for the holidays. It will make a sweet gift for the coffee lover in your life! No gluten. No dairy. No sugar.

The countdown is on to the holidays. If you follow us over on snapchat (loriandmichelle) or part of our #PT16x16 VIP challengers (we’ve been sharing our daily eats)  you would have seen us enjoying pumpkin pie. We’ve been trying to update some old blog recipe photos, which many of them being pumpkin.

Too early for pumpkin pie? No way. Not in this house 😉 We have to make it one more time so while you wait for our updated no bake pumpkin pie recipe how does mocha fudge sound? Halloween is the first holiday that is coming up, so we have a special kind of candy for you. Purely Twins Candy.

We have a SUPER simple recipe that combines all of our favorite ingredients in one recipe. This mocha fudge is the BEST fudge you’ll have this holiday season (well after our pumpkin fudge of course), and its unbelievably easy to make.

Are you ready?

 5 ingredient mocha fudge recipe that is gluten-free, grain-free and low in sugar

A simple recipe for coffee and chocolate lovers.

It doesn’t get much faster, easier, or sinfully delicious than this mocha fudge that is made from 5 ingredients and takes less than 5 minutes to make.

No need to wait for chocolate to melt. No condensed milk necessary. No dairy needed to make a creamy icing.

All you need is raw cacao (or cocoa powder), coconut butter and coffee. Some stevia if you desire sweetness.

 Mocha Fudge is a simple, delicious chocolate fudge recipe made in less than 5 minutes using only 5 ingredients! Smooth and rich fudge, so easy to make and the perfect edible gift! Paleo. Vegan. Low sugar. Gluten-free dessert. A must make recipe the next time you crave a mocha. No need to run up to the local coffee shop to get your fix.
This recipe was inspired by our 2 minute chocolate fudge. A recipe we make lot. We even have our “lazy” man version were don’t want for it to set to get hard like fudge.

We’ve talked about overcoming the fear of eating fats before and how eating more fats helped our hormones and skin so you know we love to eat our fats. Now a high fat diet not is not for everyone. We’ve been eating a higher fat diet for over 3 years and love it. We love enjoying recipes like this that are made from coconut and low in sugar.

It is strange for us to think we eat this way now as we remember eating spray butter, low fat this and that, now we’re like how can we add more fat? haha We feel so much better. So it’s important to eat fat, but experiment to find how much your body can handle.

Eat fat to burn fat!

Easy and healthy mocha fudge single serving recipe

Super quick fudge recipe that makes just enough for one. If you love mocha coffee then you'll love this healthy dessert recipe. This Mocha Fudge is smooth, creamy, and chocolatey with a hint of coffee. It takes under 5 minutes to make. Gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free and sweetened with stevia.

We HIGHLY recommend you use a reusable silicone cupcake liner for this recipe.

It’s flexible and easy to release so you won’t ruin your fudge. Just peel the side to pop out the fudge.

We use these silicone liners for a lot of our recipes, especially our raw recipes.

You can order them off Amazon.

Single serving high fat mocha fudge recipe

Prep Time: 5 minutes

serves 1

Single serving high fat mocha fudge recipe

Easy 5 ingredient healthy fudge recipe. Mocha Fudge -a coffee lovers dream, a rich chocolate fudge infused with coffee and topped with a rich creamy icing. Delicious and easy to make. Gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free and sweetened with stevia.

Ingredients

    Chocolate fudge
  • 2 tablespoons cacao powder
  • 1 tablespoon coconut oil - solid
  • 1 - 2 tablespoons of coffee - room temp
  • a few drops of stevia (optional)
  • Cream layer
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons coconut butter
  • 1 tablespoon coconut milk
  • a few drops of stevia (optional)

Directions

  1. Mix raw cacao powder with solid coconut oil.
  2. Add in 1 tbsp of coffee. Mix.
  3. If needed add in more coffee.
  4. Add stevia to taste if sweetness desired.
  5. Place in a reusable silicone cupcake liner.
  6. Set in fridge to get firm.
  7. Mix the coconut butter with coconut milk.
  8. Add in stevia to taste.
  9. When chocolate fudge is set - about 2 minutes.
  10. Spread cream on top.
  11. Enjoy.
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Make your own coconut butter here.   It takes less than 2 minutes.

Next time you want chocolate with a kick give this recipe a try.

Are you a mocha fan? Do you like a high fat diet? 
xoxo

Lori and Michelle

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2 thoughts on “Single serving high fat mocha fudge recipe

  1. AH! Love this!
    How long will this stay intact (i.e. UNmelted) at room temperature?
    Thanks <3

    Posted on October 11, 2016 at 12:25 pm
    1. It depends how hot it is where you are- so if it’s not too hot it should stay good at room temperature for 10-20 minutes. If it is really hot we would say 5 minutes or keep it cold. Hope this helps

      Posted on October 11, 2016 at 4:57 pm