Recipe by amanda123ns
"This fudge is amazingly great, and made with absolutely no cooking or heating. Add chopped walnuts or almonds, or even other flavorings, if you like."
Hmm. None of these ingredients are on sale today.
Show ingredients on sale
Sort stores by
Save money at local stores when ingredients are on sale!
Watch video tips and tricks
virgin coconut oil, room temperature
unsweetened cocoa powder
Thank you for posting this recipe! Good Coconut oil is better than butter. I like to make a similar recipe for NO BAKES that my kids love. I use.... 1/2 cup coconut oil, 1/2 c. cocoa powder, 1/2 c. honey or Agave, 3/4 c. Peanut or Almond Butter, Lightly melt over low heat then add,1 tsp. vanilla and 3 c. Oatmeal. Yummy!
i thought this was a waste of ingredients. it didn't turn out at all, and was too oily. i ended up mixing some other things into it and baking it, in the hope of turning it into something edible.
I loved that this recipe had healthy ingredients. It almost tastes like a Mounds bar the first time you try it. The texture is so smooth and velvety but I couldn't eat the whole thing (even though I would have liked to) because it does have a lot of oil in it. It got quite hard from being in the fridge for a while so you might want to leave it out to soften. UPDATE: I like to make half the recipe and after mixing add 1/2 cup finely shredded coconut and 1/2 sliced almonds. Then I shape these into balls and refrigerate. These melt quickly but they are so good!
I thought that this recipe was very helpful because my family loves fudge and this is so easy to make and it was very delicious this person is a guiness.
coconut oil can be tricky. to help it blend smoothly and reach the ideal consistency, blend it with the cocoa using a double broiler, or blend in a saucepan above a skillet full of heating water. when done, then add in RAW unheated honey. cocnut oil is great than in heating it this way it still retains its properties, the honey is the ingredient that does better raw, b/c heating it or buying it heated ruins its health benefits.
This was exactly what I was looking for - a way to get more coconut oil in my boys for their eczema and a way to get local honey in them for their environmental allergies!!
I made half a recipe and it was gone within 24 hours. We loved it and had requests for more!
If you have to melt the coconut oil to get it to a liquid, do so gently to retain all it's beneficial characteristics.
Will make again! Thank you!
With all due respect, I really didn't care for it. It was like eating a solidified slab of oil with an odd aftertaste. Sorry! :((
I was looking for a chocolate candy recipe using organic extra virgin coconut oil, this was great, thank you! (I don't measure when I bake). I slightly melted the oil, used a small amount of cane sugar instead of honey, because I was out, whisked in the sugar & bakers cocoa, added finely ground coconut, spooned mixture over raw almonds & raw cashews. Yummy! Satisfied my sweet tooth & helped my brain & cholesterol, too!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Made-in-Minutes No-Cook Fudge
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 129
The best wintertime meals need a long, slow simmer while you're doing something else.
Our big collection of budget recipes will leave some jingle in your pocket.
Delicious recipes, party ideas, and cooking tips! Get a year of Allrecipes magazine for $7.99!
This rich, chocolaty fudge is so easy to make.
See how to make simple old-fashioned chocolate fudge.
See how to make a rich-and-creamy peanut butter fudge.