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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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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So quick!
So good!
Portion size is generous so I didn't feel urge to make another batch .... Today .....maybe tomorrow : D

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How cute are you that you think this portion size is generous. It is tiny, but it is also plenty. Right?? I feel that it's the perfect little sugar fix for today, as you said. :)

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Can u substitute raw cacao for the cocoa powder?

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Yes Kay you can sub raw cacao for the cocoa powder

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Bronnie's Review

Raw chocolate fudge in 1 minute
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This was an absolutely delicious recipie!
I work in with youth and had a group of 10 under 13's today. I wanted to teach them about being vegan (as I am) and they love chocolate so this worked so perfectly!! We rolled them into balls and dusted with cocoa then left in the fridge for about 30mins. They were so yummy and the kids loved the whole process! I was thinking whether eating honey was 'vegan'. Veganism is so natural and bees cannot survive without making honey so I definitely feel comfortable eating honey as a vegan!
Thank you for the awesome recipe!!

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Hi Bronnie, you rock!!!!!!!!!!!!  What a great experience for your under 13s!!!!!

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Such a fantastic recipe thanks! I've tried making these into truffles with a little more coconut oil and they are better than any non-raw truffles I have had, an amazing texture. I've also shaped the mixture into little cup shapes and filled them with natural peanut butter, like raw Reese's peanut butter cups. It's my favourite way to use the recipe. Thank you!

- Kayla, New Zealand.

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Hi Kayla, you are a genius! Sounds yummy and innovative - yet simple. My fave combo!

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With passion fruit...aaawesome! With greetings from grrmany

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Mmm passionfruit. Hi back from Canada, Katrina! <waves>

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I've just maded it and it tastes gorgeus however I used maple syrup insted of honey. Thank you for this recipe!

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My pleasure, Agnieszka. So glad you enjoyed :)

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I just wanted to say how much I love this recipe. I was introduced to your site by a friend, and although I am not a rawtarian, I try to eat healthily and any healthy chocolate is a win with me. I make this recipe all the time, and tend to put it in the fridge to harden. Sometimes I add vanilla extract, and my favourite thing is to grate some orange peel into it. Healthy chocolate orange? You can't beat it!

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Mmm choco orange! Sounds delightful Fiona :)

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When you say cocoa powder, is this unsweetened cocoa powder? Thanks!

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Hi  Susie! Yes, it is unsweetened cocoa powder :)

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I loved it! And it was super easy to make. Thank you so much!

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My pleasure, Anna! Glad it satisified your sweet tooth :)

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I am new to raw food, and am trying to incorporate more recipes everyday. I'm a teenager living with my meat loving, hamburger chomping family, and at first they thought I was a wee bit crazy, but after tasting this 1 minute miracle fudge, and several other of your recipes, I think its safe to say they have been eyeing my dinner plate a little more curiously. THANK YOU so much Laura Jane. Your recipes make me crazy excited for my next meal :)!

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Awesome Micayla, I bet you are having a positive effect on your family. Generally, actions speak so much louder than words. Just seeing you eat healthy (and thriving on raw) will rub off on others for sure. Keep up the great enthusiasm and nice job doing this at home. I know it must be tough when things aren't as much in  your control. Keep up the awesome!

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Yum yum!!!! Had to substitute agave for the honey.

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