Easy homemade paleo vegan chocolate fudge recipe ready in under 3 minutes and using just 3 ingredients! Made with just sugar-free chocolate and a smooth nut or seed butter, it’s smooth, creamy and absolutely fool-proof! Keto, Low Carb, Dairy Free.
Easy 3 Minute Paleo Chocolate Fudge
An easy fudge recipe made without condensed milk and ready in 3 minutes? I have you covered.
It’s no secret that I love all things fudge in this neck of the woods. Whether it be brownie batter fudge, peanut butter fudge or maple pecan fudge, I don’t discriminate. It’s time for the most fool-proof healthy fudge to take the stage, in chocolate form.
As someone who uses chocolate in multiple recipes, I’m kind of surprised at how long it has taken me to officially make this healthy chocolate fudge a recipe in itself. See, I’ve used today’s recipe in other recipes, often as a frosting, a drizzle or even a thick fudge layer. Little did I know how good it would be on its own!
How do you make easy chocolate fudge?
This healthy paleo vegan chocolate fudge has all your bases covered. Because they are made with any chocolate of choice, they are completely keto-friendly and low carb. Not only that, depending on which nut or seed butter you use, you’ll be left with the most creamy, smooth and melt-in-your-mouth fudge!
Another reason I am obsessed with this easy chocolate fudge is how fool-proof and simple it is to whip up. I mean, it does only take 3 minutes! All you need to do is melt the three ingredients together and allow to chill and voila- You have instant fudge.
Whether you need a quick chocolate fix, a healthy fat bomb fudge to keep you in ketosis or just a wholesome healthy snack, this keto and sugar-free chocolate fudge is your answer.
Ultra smooth, creamy and stable at room temperature, this chocolate fudge may taste naughty, but I promise compared to traditional fudge it is anything but- It has no sugar, no condensed milk, and no butter! It’s also 100% suitable for those following a paleo, vegan and dairy free diet!
To make this easy chocolate fudge, you can make it two ways- Either the microwave or stovetop.
There is no need to be overly careful with it- It’s simply melting the chocolate with the smooth nut or seed butter, whisking in the vanilla extract and that is it!
How do you make fudge with 3 ingredients?
- Chocolate of choice
- Smooth nut or seed butter of choice
- Vanilla extract
Chocolate of choice
To keep this chocolate fudge recipe 100% paleo, vegan and keto-friendly, there are several chocolate options to use.
- 100% bakers chocolate– This chocolate fits all diets as it doesn’t contain any sugar or additives.
- Stevia Sweetened chocolate chips– For those who follow a keto and/or sugar-free diet. these are low carb and sugar-free chocolate chips.
- Dairy Free Chocolate Chips-Paleo and vegan readers, these are chocolate chips without dairy or refined sugar.
Please note, if you use the baker’s chocolate, you will need to add some liquid sweetener, like stevia drops.
The nut or seed butter of choice
I wanted to keep this fudge 100% nut-free, so opted to use sunflower seed butter. This is keto, vegan and paleo friendly, as it has no added sugar.
For an easy 3 minute chocolate fudge with peanut butter, you can use that, but be wary that it will not be paleo-friendly.
Microwave or Stovetop
Using a microwave is the easiest option, but not everyone has one or prefers to use one, which is fine!
You can make this easy chocolate fudge stovetop. Combine the chocolate chips and nut or seed butter and melt together on low-medium heat, whisking regularly. Once just combined, whisk in your vanilla extract and remove from the heat.
Fat bombs, keto fudge, healthy fudge or 3-minute microwave fudge- Whatever you name it, this fool-proof healthy chocolate fudge will be your new favorite and is so versatile!
3 Minute Paleo Vegan Chocolate Fudge (Keto, Sugar Free)
- Line a deep pan or 10 x 10-inch pan with parchment paper and set aside.
- In a microwave-safe bowl or stovetop, melt your chocolate with nut/seed butter until combined. Whisk in your vanilla extract.
- Pour the melted chocolate fudge mixture in the lined pan and refrigerate or freeze until firm. Thaw slightly before cutting into 24 pieces.