Recipe 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.

Frozen Recipe Twist: Make a few servings of this recipe and roll them into balls. Then freeze and eat right out of the freezer. The frozen texture is amazing!

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Nutrition Facts

Nutritional score: 84 out of 100
  • 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.

Amounts per 39 g (1 oz) suggested serving

NameAmount% Daily
Calories 158 6 %
Protein 3 g 6 %
Fat 11 g 14 %
Carbohydrates 21 g 6 %
Dietary Fiber 5 g 17 %
Sugars 12 g
Calcium 21 mg 2 %
Iron 2.3 mg 18 %
Sodium 4 mg
Source: USDA

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Ideally, raw cacao powder. But instead you can use unsweetened cocoa powder out of your cupboard :)

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OH WOW. Today I finally got my hands on some raw cacao powder and have just tried this, blown away. This serious chocolate heaven.

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Love it John! Being in chocolate heaven is one of my favourite places to be :)

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hayley :)'s Review

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AMAZING!

Added a dash of vanilla essence. I wish I had just raspberries to go with it. And possibly a blob of cashew cream or coconut cream :)

Thank you xxx

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Mmmm love a good blob! ;) xox

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That's what I like to hear, Lorraine! xox

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KellyAnn's Review

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I have a similar recipe that uses maple syrup instead of honey because Im a vegan, but it tastes the same. What I like to do after making this is split it up into 2-3 mini muffin liners and place them in either the fridge (more fudge like consistency) or freezer (like a hard chocolate consistency). I also sometimes replace 1 Tbsp of the cocoa powder with PB2 powder to make it chocolate peanut butter fudge. Or, you can put a small amount of this chocolate in the bottom of a mini muffin liner, then a small dab of real peanut butter, then cover with more of this chocolate and freeze it. Homemade, raw peanut butter cup!

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Peanut butter cups?? YUMMM I don't eat PB, but I love almond butter or tahini. Yummers! Great ideas KellyAnn. It's comments like yours that make this website great. :) xox

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It is truly amazing! And I love almond butter as well, if I have some made I do like to use that in the centers as well. The non-vegans in my house are always stealing the fudge from the fridge! Oh and I use the paper mini muffin liners, not the foil. The paper peels right off.

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Thieves! Arg lol

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LoneK's Review

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This is my *go to* when I have a sweet tooth! Awesomely easy and hits the spot!

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Amen Lone! I think they are probably my "fastest" "recipe" yet :P (Not even sure if it constitutes a recipe lol, but I guess it does since mixing is required!)

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sofiya's Review

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Easy to make and tastes very yummy. I was also surprised that the whole thing is 1 serving (I made a patty a bit smaller than the palm of my hand). Definitely enough to knock out a craving!

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Hi Sofiya, So glad you enjoyed! It's small but mighty ;)

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jenni's Review

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I used coconut oil based peanut butter and added sunflower seeds. Yum!

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Hi Jenni,

I'm so glad you enjoyed and glad you were able to make it your own with some tweaks. Enjoy!

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Tammi's Review

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OMG! I can't even express how excited I am right now. I started a detox/cleanse that requires eating raw foods only. Been struggling with it & was browsing the internet for recipes. Came across your website, looked at the recipes and realized I had the ingredients to make this. So it's 3:30am & I just whipped up a batch. It's absolutely delish. Can't wait to try the other recipes. Thank you so much for this site:-)

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Aaah Tammi, your words are music to my ears! That is exactly what this recipe is supposed to do... be a quick fix that can satisfy a craving immediately.

PS: You are a night owl!

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Love this recipe!! I am a very time poor mum of two so for me, easy quick and tasty recipes rule! I just made a double batch inbetween putting my baby down for a play on the floor and then putting him to bed. It was so easy, and yum. I added a teaspoon of stevia to make it more palatable for master 4, then rolled half the mix into 6 little balls which I coated with shredded coconut. To the rest in the bowl I added a big tablespoon of ground hazelnut, mixed it all in and then rolled into 6 little balls. I popped them all into the freezer for 10 minutes and then took a few out for morning tea. I love them! Unfortunately Master 4 needs a bit more convincing but I'll keep working on him.

I know me messing with the recipe technically means I've not made 1 minute fudge; but since I had more than one minute I just figured, why not? Thanks for making my first foray into raw sweets so easy and delicious :)

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Hi Mimi, sounds like your creative juices are flowing! Your little masters are lucky to have you :) I like your idea of the little balls! you've got my creative juices flowing

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Someone asked what kind of coco you used and I didn't see an answer. I have the same question as well. Also did you use unsweetened?

Thanks,
Nash

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Hi Nash,

I use raw unsweetened cacao. If you cannot find raw cacao (or you cannot afford raw cacao) you can try to use unsweetened cocoa powder instead, which is available in the baking aisle at the grocery store.

Hope this helps!

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Just saw on the last page where you said unsweetened. I just made this and am eating it as I type. I taste the powder so next time I will add a bit more honey.

Looking forward to trying a lot of your other recipes. You make things like I do, very simple :)

Thank you for posting all these.

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Hi Nash, glad you were able to find the answer to your question when you needed it!

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