Overview

This 1-minute chocolate fudge recipe is perfect for an instant chocolate treat. It's so quick that you can do it in a commercial break, and...it only requires three ingredients.
  • Prep Time

    1 min
  • Total Time

    1 min
  • Suggested Servings

    1 serving
  • Yield

    1 tiny serving
  • Shelf Life

    Eat immediately
  • Equipment

    None

Ingredients

Nutrition Facts

Directions

  • 1. Throw the ingredients in a tiny bowl.
  • 2. Grab a spoon and take the bowl back to your TV.
  • 3. Mix it together while you're watching TV because it can take a little while to mix properly, especially if your coconut oil is hard. It'll look really dry at  first, but don't add any extra anything. Just go with my measurements and mix it together slowly and carefully with a spoon. Within a minute you'll get the texture seen in my above pic.

The Rawtarian's Thoughts

By The Rawtarian

Picture this... You've just had dinner. You're watching TV on the couch. Your non-raw husband pulls out a little chocolate bar beside you, and you wish you could have a little taste of chocolate too. What do you do? You run into the kitchen and make my 1 minute raw chocolate fudge, that's what!

It's so quick that you can do it in a commercial break, and...it only requires three ingredients.

You'll notice that this makes a very tiny serving size, so you'll want to make it in a tiny bowl so that you can stir it properly against the sides of the bowl. I use little tiny custard bowls.

This raw chocolate fudge is really sweet so you don't need much of it to get a nice hit of sweet chocolate flavour. This recipe reminds me of my tiny raw halvah recipe, actually, since they are both tiny sweet snacks you can pull together very quickly.

Nutrition Overview

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  • This recipe is very low in Calories, Carbohydrates, and Sodium.
  • This recipe is low in Fat.
  • This recipe is a noteworthy source of Protein, Dietary Fiber, and Iron.

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:)

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So glad you are enjoying it Dave <beam> :)

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Sounds devine Felicia!!

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oh man!! I worked hard today and this chocolate treat is just what I needed! Yummy!

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Could you sub cocoa butter for coconut oil in this? My son is allergic to coconut oil. Looking for a raw vegan option for a substitute. Thanks!

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Mel's Review

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Oh My GOD!!!! Absolutely amazing. I added one drop of peppermint oil and it was perfect. I didn't think i would eat it all, but guess what? I did !!!

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The peppermint oil would be an amazing touch, Mel! Yummers!

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Kait's Review

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Wow. This was so intense I couldn't eat it. It was super bitter and powdery, sorry rawtarian. At first I added 2 tsp cashew butter but that didn't help, so I added another teaspoon of sweetener (I used a vegan honey substitute). It was more palatable but still too powdery. Then i added some soy milk. And some more. But it still tasted powdery. So I added more coconut oil and then another teaspoon of sweet freedom. It's much better now. In retrospect I wondered whether it might have worked better using avocado at the start instead of coconut oil, as it would have compensated for the liquid, the added fat, and might have improved the texture. It definitely hit the chocolate spot.

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Thanks for sharing, Kait. I'm glad the avocado worked for you!

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JulieS142's Review

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Amazing!! Wow!

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I take it that you love this recipe? :)

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Should the coconut oil be in its liquid or solid state? Also does this really get to a fudgey, chewy consistency, or is it very syrupy?

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Hi Tali, solid state works best for this recipe so it isn't too soft.

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Awesome! I loved this recipes. It is super easy and quick,which is perfect for me. It was a bit bitter, but I think I may have used too much cocoa powder. (I use cocoa because cacao tastes too bitter to me.) Overall, great recipes though. You're awesome L-J!!

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Thanks, Amanda! :)

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Garry's Review

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Instead of honey I used agave nectar. It came out good but a bit bitter. I think I need to try the honey or maple syrup next time.

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Yes, you want it just right! :)

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Can I replace Coconut oil with olive oil in fudge recipe (allergy issue)?

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I have made with butter left out of frig, same amount and it tasted good to me.

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I bet it did! :)

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Hi Renee!!! Noooooooooo do not use olive oil instead of coconut oil.... PLEASE!! It won't work, it will taste NASTY!

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Very yummilicious raw choco fudge. I promise!

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Enjoy, Daisy! :)

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Loved! Totally worked for my chocolate craving. I used cacao and it tasted fabulous.

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That's fabulous, Amanda! :)

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Although the cocoa powder is not raw, this is a to die for recipe! Am going to try it with cacao powder. Laura Jane, does the sweetener need to be adjusted for the bitterness of the cacao?

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Hi Pat!

The same sweetener amount should work great.

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Would I be able to use cacao powder?

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