Kitchen Tidbit: Healthy No-Bake Chocolate Fudge

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How’s this for a tasty little morsel to brighten up your Tuesday: Healthy, no-bake, four-ingredient fudge. (Really!) I’m not going to lie—especially if you’re trying to nix processed sugar from your diet like I am, this easy recipe is kinda life-changing. And don’t worry if you’re not super into dates or walnuts as separate entities. Mark thinks dates are downright gross by themselves and he’s a big, big, BIGGG fan of this fudge.

Healthy No-Bake Chocolate Fudge

Serves 4

You Need…

  • 1 cup pitted dates
  • scant 1 cup walnuts
  • 1/3 cup raw cacao powder (Standard unsweetened cocoa powder works too. It may not be a “super food” and all that, but it will still be tasty.)
  • ¼ tsp vanilla

Blend

Directions…

  1. Combine all ingredients in a food processor and blend until crumbly.
  2. Transfer the crumbly mixture to a baking pan or cookie sheet, and press into a little rectangle of your desired thickness (you probably won’t fill the entire pan unless you’re working with a tiny one).
  3. Cut into squares and enjoy immediately or store in the fridge for later.

Tray

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These little fudge squares are pretty irresistible and they even passed the kiddo taste test. (Mark’s little cousin Bennett went back for thirds.) I bet they’d be even better with a little cinnamon, a dash of chili powder or some shredded coconut added into the mix.

Yum!

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P.S. My healthy chocolate chia seed pudding is pretty good, too.

About Ilana Saul

Hello there! My name is Ilana Saul and Hooray Hurrah is my lifestyle blog. Hooray Hurrah is a place for the things that inspire me from fashion to weddings to decor and much, much more.
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6 Responses to Kitchen Tidbit: Healthy No-Bake Chocolate Fudge

  1. Deanna Saul says:

    These are so good even my picky 7 year old cousin liked them and couldn’t tell they weren’t traditional fudge squares. Because of the soft consistency I bet you could roll em into little balls or mold em into all sorts of silly shapes. Gonna try it next time.

  2. karynnm says:

    I just made this and it is AMAZING!! Everyone needs to make this right now! My two toddlers and my husband all loved it and kept begging me for more. Perfect guilt-free treat for the whole family. Thank you so much for the recipe!!

  3. Sabba says:

    Made these the other night and they were delicious, but I’m not sure what I did wrong cause mine were super crumbly. Like, they weren’t staying together at all. Too many walnuts? Cacao powder?

    • Ilana Saul says:

      They’re a little crumbly, but I find that if you roll them out very firmly they hold together pretty well. 🙂 Just make sure that your walnuts are processed very finely or maybe try using a little less next time. Let me know how it works!

  4. Elena Hook says:

    i loove looove loooove this recipe. instead of using vanilla essence (we were all out) i used a tbsp of almond milk delish!

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