I’m a chocolate fan just like everybody else. I love chocolate for the reason that it tastes awesome, chocolate has great antioxidants and chocolate makes me happy. High quality chocolate can lift your mood and your energy. I therefore love rewarding myself with great tasting good-for-you quality chocolaty treats. This Paleo Chocolate Fudge is one of the most delicious healthy recipes I have ever tried. No doubt!

This Paleo Chocolate Fudge is made without any refined sugars and tastes AMAZING! I couldn’t believe my taste buds when I first tasted it. Unbelievable that something that tastes so good doesn’t do any damage to your health.

It’s actually hard to believe that this is a treat that adds some great nutrition rather than making you feel miserable about the amount of sugar and bad fats you ate. Treats like this don’t wear you down, they provide you with some energy and they make snacking fun again. Snacking is no fun if you feel guilty about your treats 2 minutes after yo ate them.

This chocolate fudge gets its chocolaty flavor from raw cacao. Raw cacao is not the same as cocoa, which is processed and refined. It’s filled with antioxidants and is a great source of magnesium and iron. I know, how great is that? It really makes snacking much more fun and even tastier!


Paleo Chocolate Fudge


I’m not going to keep you waiting for this recipe.


Navitas Naturals Organic Cacao Powder, 16-oz. Pouches (Pack of 2)Nutiva Organic Coconut Oil, Virgin, 15 Ounce (Pack of 2)Woodstock Cashew Butter, Unsalted, 16-OuncePaperChef 70060 Culinary Parchment Baking Cups, LargeUSA Pan Bakeware Aluminized Steel Cupcake and Muffin Pan, 12 Cup


Here is what you need:


Makes about 12 fudge cups

1 cup Cashew Butter

1/4 cup Coconut Oil

1/3 cup Cacao Powder (raw)

1/4 cup Maple Syrup

1/4 cup chopped Walnuts


Line a muffin sheet with parchment paper cups.

In a bowl blend cashew butter, coconut oil, cacao powder and maple syrup until well combined.

Add 1.5 tbsp of cashew butter blendΒ  into each muffin compartment.

Sprinkle with chopped walnuts.

Refrigerate for about 2 hours!




Tip: If you do not have any parchment paper cups on hand you can line a 9×9 baking dish with parchment paper and then cut the cooled fudge into pieces.





Linking up with Deborah and Sarah for Meatless Monday!