Clean Eating Almond Butter Fudge

This post may include affiliate links.

If you’re looking for a bite to tame your sweet tooth without the guilt, this almond butter fudge will do the trick. It comes together quickly, and keeps well in the freezer for whenever you’re looking for a bite-sized treat. Rich in antioxidants and heart-healthy fats, you won’t be sorry you tried this fudge made with almond butter. This must be stored in the freezer for best results, as it will melt if left out.

More clean eating fudge recipes:
Unbaked Fudge Cookies
Clean Eating Fudge Brownies
Slow Cooker Fudge

Clean Eating Almond Butter Fudge

Clean Eating Almond Butter Fudge

Yields: 16 servings | Serving Size: 1 square | Calories: 129 | Total Fat: 12 g | Saturated Fat: 4 g | Trans Fat: 0 g | Cholesterol: 0 mg | Sodium: 16 mg | Carbohydrates: 3 g | Dietary Fiber: 1 g | Sugars: 0 g | Protein: 3 g | SmartPoints (Freestyle): 5 |

Ingredients

  • 1 cup natural, creamy almond butter
  • 1/4 cup coconut oil, melted
  • 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • Pinch sea salt

Instructions

  1. Combine all ingredients in a bowl. Stir until smooth. Line a square cake pan with parchment paper. Spread the mixture evenly in the pan and pop in the freezer. Freeze for several hours. Remove from the pan and cut into squares. Transfer the squares to a plastic bag or airtight container. Store in the freezer.
https://skinnyms.com/clean-eating-almond-butter-fudge/

For dessert recipes and more from Skinny Ms, be sure to subscribe to our newsletter.

Check out our Facebook page and follow us on Pinterest for tasty recipes, clean eating tips, and healthy lifestyle resources.

10 Comments on "Clean Eating Almond Butter Fudge"

  1. Michele  August 17, 2014

    can we substitute the coconut oil? Perhaps olive oil?

    Reply
    • SkinnyMs  August 18, 2014

      Michele, You might want to substitute the coconut oil with almond oil or walnut oil. If you try olive oil, maybe don't use the extra virgin because you may taste the olives.

      Reply
  2. Judy  September 18, 2014

    Does this recipe need a bit of sweetener, eg. stevia?

    Reply
    • SkinnyMs  September 19, 2014

      Judy, You can add sweetener like stevia, yes.

      Reply
  3. Cherie  October 1, 2014

    Do you think that sunflower seed butter can be used?

    Reply
    • SkinnyMs  October 1, 2014

      Cherie, Maybe sunflower seed butter will work but we have not tested that. If you do give it a try, let us know how it turns out.

      Reply
  4. carrie  October 15, 2014

    oh my stars. just made this and added a touch of maple syrup. UNREAL!

    Reply
  5. Kim  March 2, 2015

    Thought I'd try it and add a touch of honey.

    Reply
  6. M.R. McKenney  April 22, 2017

    What about adding Cacao powder? If OK, how much?
    Thank you!

    Reply
    • Nichole Furlong  April 22, 2017

      Cacao powder would make this recipe too thick. However, you could add 1/4 to 1/2 cup of melted semi-sweet chocolate if you would like!

      Reply

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.