Four minute freezer fudge

I’m excited to share a recipe that I threw together yesterday afternoon: four-minute freezer fudge. What was the occasion? My in-laws were in town for a brief visit. They like vegan things I’ve made for them over the years (like a non-raw egg nog cheesecake one holiday season), and generally enjoy eating at the various veg restaurants we’ve taken them to (like Fressen, last night). But I don’t think they quite get the whole raw thing. So I figured, what better way to show them than by feeding them raw desserts?

I’ve been making various versions of this freezer fudge for awhile — it’s impossibly easy, delicious, rich and chocolaty. My in-laws loved the fudge, and had no idea such a thing could be made raw until I explained how! I poured the fudge mixture into mini silicone muffin cups, and I really love that they deliver perfect, individualized chunks of fudge without the mess of cutting a whole pan into squares. Usually, I don’t even bother to measure out the ingredients, but I did today, just for you folks. Here’s the recipe.

Four Minute Freezer Fudge


1/2 cup almond butter

1/4 cup raw cacao powder

2 tbsp coconut oil

3 tbsp agave nectar

1/4 cup chopped walnuts

pinch of sea salt

chia seeds

coconut flakes



Combine almond butter, coconut oil, cacao powder, agave, walnuts and sea salt in a bowl until thoroughly combined. Spoon fudge mixture into mini silicone muffin cups. Top each cup with one cashew and sprinkle with chia seeds and coconut flakes. Place cups in freezer for 15 minutes to firm up. Peel off the muffin cups once fudge is firm, and enjoy!


8 Responses to “Four minute freezer fudge”

  1. Those look to die for! Can’t wait to try that out.

  2. OH my goodness.
    you are a student, and you are raw. and from toronto.
    this is amazing!
    Have a good rest of the weekend,

    -Amy 🙂

  3. YUM! This looks fabulous and simple too! Mmm! ENJOY!

  4. Mmmm…very lovely! Thanks for sharing. For when I visit my folks, I can make them this and say, see? Raw food is yummy. 🙂

  5. This looks amazing…thank you! I’m saving this one to make!

    Have fun!

  6. Omg those look wonderful! Will have to try them once lent is over since I gave up chocolate!

    Thanks for visiting my blog:) I bought the chin up bar at a fitness equipment store north of yonge and eglinton. You can also buy them at fitness depot and I would be surprised if canadian tire didn’t sell them, believe it or not! 🙂

  7. You’re giving me inspiration to get back into the swing of things with fun raw dishes! After time, I tend to stick to the basics that are simple and quick to make. However, sometimes adding a bit extra time makes it all worth wild in the end


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