Peanut Butter Chocolate Fudge

Recipe by jules_stonesoup

  • Time needed: 20 minutes + setting
  • Calories per serving: 102 per square
  • Servings: 16-20 squares
  • Difficulty: 1
  • Rating: 4.75 based on 4 reviews

Fudge isn’t something you’d normally associate with healthy treats. But this version is super special, with no added sugar and hidden ‘fiber’ in the form of oat bran. I love how the little flecks remind me of the nougat ‘bits’ in Toblerone chocolate.

Ingredients

• 200g (7oz) coconut milk
• 200g (7oz) dark chocolate, 70% cocoa solids, chopped
• 100g (3.5oz) peanut butter
• 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
• 4 tablespoons oat bran (optional)

Method

1. Bring coconut milk to a simmer in a medium saucepan. Meanwhile, line a loaf pan with foil or baking paper.

2. Remove from the heat and add the chocolate. Stand for a few minutes so the chocolate melts.

3. Stir in the peanut butter, vanilla and oat bran (if using). I like to leave a few chunks of peanut butter in the mixture.

4. Transfer fudge mixture to the prepared tin and refrigerate for a few hours, or until set.

5. Chop into small squares.

6 reviews for “Peanut Butter Chocolate Fudge”

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    Is this coconut milk in a can or cardboard carton?

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    I used 80%dark chocolate. Very rich and for me a chocoholic I couldn’t eat too much😁. Stopped me eating the lot, it tastes amazing.

    I used canned coconut milk.

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    Delicious and easy. I used coconut cream (which is thicker) and I added a tiny bit of cream and milk to tone down the coconuttyness, and also a dash of salt helps to counter the bitterness of the dark chocolate. I also added a little bit of stevia.

    This doesn’t turn out all that solid, so don’t expect it to be like a slice. It will start to soften once out of the fridge fairly quickly.

    I got about 18 squares out of it, works out to be about 80 calories each.

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    My 14 year old daughter made this for the family. We all loved it. Thanks!

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    I think these are amazing. Made two batches yesterday. One without sweetner the other with. The one with came out really lovely but both are really good for kicking the sweet craving. My friend who’s starting this diet has tried them and is away to make them too.

    Thanks so much!

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    Loved this one, just what I need to curb my sweet craving. It was a bit sloppy so I’d add more oats so it sets better but on the whole an easy fridge tray bake type treat.

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