Here are the 9 best ever Paleo fudge recipes that you can make for Christmas or anytime you might want to. They are full of good healthy fat and no refined sugar. Do you love fudge but not all of the sugar over load that comes with it? These Paleo fudge recipes are the answer you’ve been looking for. Most of these are made with coconut oil or coconut butter with either honey or maple syrup added. Some are chocolate and some aren’t. A couple have fruit added for a different flavor and gorgeous colors.
Coconut oil is a very healthy fat. That means the fat in coconut oil is full of good fat that lowers your cholesterol instead of raising your cholesterol levels. I’ve been experimenting and so has my sister and her husband. We’ve all been eating a lot of coconut oil instead of other oils. The last time I had my cholesterol checked after eating more coconut oil my bad cholesterol had gone down from 248 to 224 in just 4 months. For my sister and her husband who have been eating it longer and eat more of it, their cholesterol has gone down from about 250 or 300 to under 200. That’s proof enough for me. None of us did anything else that would cause our cholesterol levels to lower.
What could be better than eating something so delicious and healthy at the same time. It really is eating candy and getting healthy. Wow! I can have my candy and eat it too! 🙂 Is that really possible?
Personally I’ve never liked fudge. I always thought it was just too darn sweet. Maybe that’s because traditional fudge is full of sugar and very sweet and very unhealthy. On the other hand these Paleo fudge recipes are healthy. A couple of them have very little sugar added in the form of maple syrup or honey. One blogger said to just not add the maple syrup if you want it to be Keto. Keto is a diet very similar to Paleo but without any sugar added and that includes honey or maple syrup. #9 is actually considered to be Keto because it has no added sweeteners. It’s very similar to a fat bomb.
Go ahead give these Paleo fudge recipes a try and let me know which one is your favorite.
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Paleo Fudge Recipes
1. Coconut Oil Chocolate Fudge – Primally Inspired
Did you know that coconut oil is very healthy? It’s an extremely healthy fat, it boosts metabolism and might help you lose weight. This fudge is made with 5 ingredients and only takes about 5 minutes to whip up. That’s one minute per ingredient. 🙂 No one will suspect it’s healthy because it is SO good and a much better option that traditional fudge.
2. Almond Butter Chocolate Fudge – Paleo Running Momma
Is it possible to make healthy fudge that tastes good? Of course, it is. It may even taste better. This fudge is made with almond butter instead of peanut butter. There isn’t much that tastes better than chocolate and nut butters. It has a generous thick creamy layer of almond honey butter on top of the deep chocolate flavor.
3. Easy Paleo Fudge Recipe – Meaningful Eats
Personally, I have never liked fudge. I think it’s because it’s just too sweet for me. I’ve never like really sweet things and now I know my body was trying to tell me something. If you can’t eat fudge but love it then this is the fudge for you. It’s actually pretty easy to make. This fudge is basically fool-proof, never crystallizes and turns out creamy and smooth every time.
4. Slow Cooker Fudge – Skinny MS
When you have an insatiable craving for chocolate, try making some of this homemade fudge that is cooked in a crock pot. It’s so easy since all you do you is do what you do with any slow cooker recipe. You toss a few ingredients in the pot and let it cook while you play. This will quickly become a favorite for your family.
5. No-Bake Paleo Pumpkin Fudge with Only 5 Ingredients – My Natural Family
5 ingredient paleo fudge is just about the easiest thing to make in the world. All you do is mix the ingredients together, put them in a pan of some sort and put the pan in the freezer. Yes, it has to be frozen and eaten when it’s still cold or it will be extremely soft. It’s nice to be able to just keep it in the freezer and have it on hand when you need a treat, it’ll keep for months if you want it to.
6. Blueberry & Lemon Fudge with Creamed Coconut – Trinity’s Conscious Kitchen
Creamed Coconut – Frozen Blueberries – Lemon Rind – Maple Syrup
Lemon and blueberries are a match made in heaven. They twirl and dance on your tongue creating a wonder medley of flavors. For the fudge creamed coconut has been added to create a decadent softened fudge. Creamed coconut is not the same as coconut cream. Creamed coconut comes in a sold block that melts when it’s heated. It is the dehydrated unsweetened meat of a coconut which has been grown into a semi-solid white cream. At room temperature, it solidifies.
7. Coconut Oil Fudge – Jays Baking Me Crazy
Only 5 ingredients in this fudge and it’s filled with healthy fats and sweetened naturally. Depending on where you live it might get soft at room temperature. If it does, just put it in the refrigerator. I like cold fudge actually so that isn’t really a problem.
8. 4 Ingredient Coconut Raspberry Fudge – Savory Lotus
All these recipes are starting to look the same but they are all a little bit different too. This one has no chocolate but has added raspberries which makes it look so pretty. You don’t even need to add the maple syrup if you don’t want to. Yes, it won’t be as sweet but if you need to cut back on sugar, this just might be your answer. It’s a creamy and delicious treat you can share with your family.
9. 3 Ingredient Chocolate Pecan Fudge – Beaming Baker
This is made with only 3 ingredients. There isn’t any coconut oil or butter in this, just almond butter, chocolate and pecans. It looks delicious. It’s rich and thick and doesn’t melt at room temperature as easily as others. Has no added sweeteners and has a generous amount of pecans. I think that’s the best part.