March 28, 2017

Almond Butter Chocolate Fudge


Chocolate and nut butter, a simple match made in foodie heaven.

What about switching everything up a little? Blending the two to make your own custom chocolate bar or bite size chunks of nutty, chocolate pleasure? I love this recipe because it’s perfectly simple, as mentioned above you can make a bar (I’ll link to the mould below) or just use a silicone ice tray for cubes of chocolate fudge.

You can make this vegan, paleo or just enjoy the fact it’s absolutely delicious, easy to make and completely addictive…

Almond Butter Chocolate Fudge 


30g Melted Coconut Oil

100g Melted Dark Chocolate

70g Almond Butter (or peanut, cashew, hazelnut…)


Over a saucepan of warm water or on low heat in your microwave, melt the chocolate and coconut oil together. Once melted, stir in the nut butter until thoroughly combined and pour into your moulds.

Place into your freezer or an hour and then store in the fridge until eaten, this is normally good for 7-14 days, but it won’t last that long.


To melt chocolate and coconut oil using a microwave, I find that ‘defrost’ works best and avoids burning. Just make sure that you stop and stir every minute, normally about 4/5 minutes will do the trick, depending on your microwave.

I love these moulds for making my own chocolate/protein bars.


Do you enjoy making your own chocolate treats? What is your favourite nut butter?



4 responses to “Almond Butter Chocolate Fudge”

  1. MMmm this looks so good. My favourite thing to make is filling a date with peanut butter and then putting some melted dark chocolate over the top- they never last long! Peanut is my favourite nut butter- others are good but pb is just delicious.

  2. Emma Allen says:

    Mmmmm these look really tasty! I’ve been meaning to find some healthier alternatives to traditional choccies/cakes/sweets and may have to give these a go! 🙂

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