Recipe by Chef John
"It's appropriate to call this Miracle Fudge because of how it's made. This is 100% vegan, is absolutely delicious, and will make a beautiful holiday gift."
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good-quality unsweetened cocoa (such as Guittard Cocoa Rouge), not packed
real maple syrup
refined coconut oil, melted
unsweetened cocoa powder for dusting, or as needed
I'm not sure why this doesn't have more reviews? I watched the video first and it looked so easy, so I got the rest of the recipe here. Super easy and tasty. I didn't have silicone molds so I used parchment paper in a small tray and it worked just fine! Cut them into squares. Texture is great and flavor is delicious. I did not taste the coconut oil either. Definitely recommend this recipe, you can't go wrong!
Yum! I am thrilled to have such a yummy treat to eat when I can't eat milk. Thank you for the great recipe. I followed the recipie to a tee. I did use walnuts. Perfection!!!!!!!
Yum yum! This was delicious and much healthier than traditional fudge. Made it exactly as written but didn't have the silicone molds, so I lined a loaf pan with parchment paper and that worked just fine. I keep the fudge block in the freezer wrapped in cling wrap and just slice off a piece when I'm ready. This definitely isn't your traditional fudge as it needs to be kept cold, but it's yummy!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chef John's Christmas Miracle Fudge
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 59
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