Almond Butter Fudge Recipe


This gooey and chocolatey almond butter fudge is not only made of healthy ingredients, but it's also quick and easy to make so it makes a great gift for someone that's more health conscious but still enjoys the occasional treat. This recipe is taken from Deliciously Ella's book.

2 mugs of Medjool dates
10 Tbsp of Almond Butter
4 Tbsp Coconut Oil
3 Tbsp Raw Cacao


Pour the dates into a saucepan and cook them on a low heat for around ten minutes with a little boiling water, until the dates soften and become sticky. Then drain any leftover water from the pan and leave the dates to cool for a few minutes. 

Put the rest of the ingredients into a blender and gradually add the dates each time you turn off the blender to avoid the dates sticking to the blades. Once a paste has formed, line a baking tray with baking paper and evenly distribute the fudge mix. Then simply leave to set in the freezer for at least three hours, although I find leaving it overnight works best. You can then cut the fudge into squares before storing it in the freezer, and when you want a piece just simply let it warm up for a few minutes. This will prevent the rest of the fudge from getting too gooey and melting.


  1. Mmmmm, sounds so good! I've baked with medjool dates before, but it was for brownies. You recipes always look so successful & delicious! x

    1. They are a great way to add natural sweetness! Thank you so much :) x

  2. OOOO I want to try and make these so badly now! Thanks for sharing!


    1. You're welcome! They are so easy to make! x



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