Healthy No Bake Double Chocolate Fudge

Soft and delicious, this healthy no bake double chocolate fudge takes less than 10 minutes to whip up! Not only is it healthier than standard fudge without sacrificing taste, it’s also paleo, vegan, gluten free and refined sugar free with a high protein option! 

Healthy NO BAKE Double Chocolate Fudge - LOADED with chocolate flavor, but secretly packed with protein and made with NO butter, oil or sugar- One of the most popular pins! {vegan, gluten free, paleo recipe}- thebigmansworld.com

 

I often wonder with recipe posts if anyone really reads them or they go straight for the recipe.

So many times, I throw in personal stories, anecdotes or random jib jab which I think others would find interesting or humorous. I love including some story or scenario with recipe posts because more often than not, many of these recipes have been inspired by life events, childhood memories or my sister eating soap. 

Yes, my sister eating soap. 

While the story of my sister eating soap correlates to today’s recipe, I don’t want it to fall on deaf ears (per se) because it’s an awesome story.

Why?

BECAUSE SHE ATE SOAP. 

So I’ll leave it for another day for a non recipe post. 

Healthy No Bake Double Chocolate Fudge- A delicious dessert or snack- naturally gluten free, there's a vegan, paleo and high protein option!

If you read this paragraph, did you know that this Healthy No Bake Double Chocolate Fudge is the capital of Iran? Did you know that this Healthy No Bake Double Chocolate Fudge is my middle name? Did you know that this Healthy No Bake Double Chocolate Fudge was Harry Potter’s sister? I bet you didn’t. 

If you read this paragraph, did you know that I shake it like jello, make the people say hello? Did you know that Will Smith had a third child, who is older than Willow and Jaden? Did you know that I’m secretly a cactus named Salsa? I bet you didn’t. 

If you read this paragraph, did you know that I used to love hand sanitiser until the other week when it leaked all over my bag? Did you know the food props I use in photographs, I eat cereal out of them? Did you know that my sister wishes she were a Louboutin shoe? I bet you didn’t. 

Okay that was slightly painful to write. I guess when it comes to recipe posts, there will always be people who come strictly for the recipe, some who come strictly for the content or some to see if they’ve been insulted. 

Hi Mum. Hi Niki.

Healthy No Bake Double Chocolate Fudge- A delicious dessert or snack- naturally gluten free, there's a vegan, paleo and high protein option!

For whatever reason that brought you here today, let’s rejoice and faceplant some healthy no bake chocolate fudge. Healthy no bake DOUBLE chocolate fudge

Last year, I shared this delicious no bake cashew coconut fudge and been in such a ball/bite/cookie phase, I totally forgot about a chocolate version I had made before. After making a fudge recipe for something exciting next week (stay tuned!) I used the messy kitchen as an opportunity to recreate the chocolate fudge version.

Healthy No Bake Double Chocolate Fudge- A delicious dessert or snack- naturally gluten free, there's a vegan, paleo and high protein option!

This healthy no bake double chocolate fudge is soft, chewy and takes no time to whip up. It can be kept at room temperature but like many of my recent recipes, it tastes amazing refrigerated or thawed from the freezer. Unlike store bought or classic style fudge, this no bake double chocolate fudge is ridiculously healthy, you could pretty much consider it a snack option or even pre or post workout. It’s vegan, gluten free and comes with a paleo option too. For those whom enjoy using protein powder, I also trialled it out with a high protein option and it’s just as good. 

Coconut flour is one of the most used ingredients in my recipes, along with gluten free oat flour and almond flour. For those who regularly use them know that they can differ brand to brand, especially coconut flour. The ones highlighted are my standard brands I use and produce the results in my recipes. If ever you need assistance or alternatives, don’t hesitate to shout out! 

Healthy No Bake Double Chocolate Fudge- A delicious dessert or snack- naturally gluten free, there's a vegan, paleo and high protein option!

Make this delicious healthy no bake double chocolate fudge and regardless of whether you come here for the content, the recipe or to see what a tanned Channing Tatum looks like- You can settle down with some fudge. Double chocolate style. 

Healthy No Bake Double Chocolate Fudge (Paleo, Vegan, Gluten Free)
Soft and delicious, this healthy no bake double chocolate fudge takes less than 10 minutes to whip up! Not only is it healthier than standard fudge without sacrificing taste, it's also paleo, vegan, gluten free and refined sugar free with a high protein option!
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Ingredients
  1. 1 cup almond flour (for non paleo, can use gluten free oat flour)*
  2. 1/2 cup coconut flour (can sub for all almond or all gluten free oat flour)*
  3. 1/2 cup dark cocoa powder
  4. 1/4 cup coconut palm sugar**
  5. 1/4 cup paleo or vegan protein powder of choice (optional)***
  6. 1/4 dairy free chocolate chips (I used a mix of dairy free chips and chunks)
  7. 1 cup homemade nutella (can sub for any nut butter of choice)
  8. 1/2 cup pure maple syrup (can sub for any sticky sweetener, however adjust according to dietary lifestyle)
  9. 1 T + dairy free milk of choice
  10. Extra dairy free chocolate chips/chunks to top
Instructions
  1. In a large mixing bowl, combine the almond flour, coconut flour, dark cocoa powder, protein powder, coconut palm sugar and chocolate chips/chunks and mix well.
  2. In a microwave safe bowl or stovetop, melt the nut butter with the maple syrup (or sticky sweetener of choice) and pour into the dry mixture. The chocolate chips/chunks will begin to melt as you mix it in. If mixture is too crumbly/thick, add dairy free milk one tablespoon at a time until a thick batter is formed. If too thin, add extra flour until a thick batter is formed. Set aside.
  3. Line a deep baking dish with greased paper and pour the batter into it and using your hands, press firmly into the pan. Top with extra chocolate chips/chunks and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes to firm up.
Notes
  1. * Depending on the flour combinations you use, you may need more/less dairy free milk of choice. Adjust accordingly
  2. ** I used 1/4 cup coconut palm sugar because my protein powder was sweetened and I liked the rich, dark chocolate taste. If you want a sweetener fudge, add extra sugar according to taste.
  3. *** I recommend using a plant based protein powder. I refrain from using whey protein powder in my recipes as from experience, the texture hasn't been great.
  4. If your mixture is too crumbly, continue adding dairy free milk until a batter is formed. This is key.
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Healthy No Bake Double Chocolate Fudge- A delicious dessert or snack- naturally gluten free, there's a vegan, paleo and high protein option!

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98 thoughts on “Healthy No Bake Double Chocolate Fudge

  1. Okay time to tell the truth. I am coming for neither the content nor the recipes but I am sticking around until you finally reveal that you actually ARE Channing Tatum plus photoshop 😉

    Needless to say that you gave me the biggest chocolate fudge craving ever and another reason to love Harry Potter 😉

  2. You’re a cactus named salsa? I had a cactus once. Named pokey. But then, I accidentally killed out.
    How one kills a cactus I don’t know.
    Also, you’re sister ate soap and shake it like JELLO WHAT?
    Hi, I read your posts.
    And, I like this fudge. Like, LOTS. Pinned!

    1. same! and i can always tell by the comments who read it, but whatever works for them!. haha but the soap story arman… that’s a classic you just gotta love. Keep em coming!

      p.s. i need fudge

        1. I know “cactus” But I meant those stories are classic. Um, eating soap, been there. And so have my siblings. Now you can’t leave us hanging on why she ate it. Don’t worry, I won’t tell Will smith’s 3rd son. 😉

  3. I love that the blogger is candid in the writing content. Even if there’s no magnificent story to a recipe, I want to know that it’s actually THEM writing the blog 😀 I know you’re definitely candid in your posts, so keep doing whatever you’re doing! I agree too as well and I hope that people read whatever I put before a recipe!

  4. I’m giggling so much at everything going on in this post and I’m also drooling over this beautiful fudge.
    Your writing is what draws me in to your blog the most honestly! I even read your posts when they’re about foods I don’t eat (bc vegan) because I always get a good laugh out of them.

  5. Thanks a lot, now I can’t stop thinking about faceplanting into this amazing fudge! There’s goes my productivity for the day 🙂

  6. This was pretty insulting because I already knew ALL of that information both about you and the world. Way to state the obvious Arman, or should I say, SALSA. Kidding, but I also think that spending a lot of time writing things in recipe posts may be counterproductive because once people see your amazing food pictures all they can think to do is scroll scroll scroll so they can be united with the recipe!

    1. LOL. Can you imagine how many readers I’d have after naming it that LOL.

      besides, I need testers for it. If I send you a batch before you cottage antics, I’ll need you to report back in…May. 😉

  7. Lol! Damn you, Salsa, for stealing one of the topics that I wanted to talk about in a recipe post 😛 I’ve always wondered if anyone actually read what I was rambling about, because other than a few choice foodie friends, I don’t usually read the text associated with a recipe. Too much delicious food, too little time.

  8. Hafta tell you…I ate soap as a kid. Not because I wanted to, but because I swore…so my mom squirted frickin dish soap into my mouth. I kept trying to mouth off, even with a mouthful of soap, and accidentally blew a bubble. Still haven’t lived that one down LOL.

    And I always read your posts the whole way through 🙂

  9. I like the snark the best =P I ate soap as a child, but it was when I said a naughty word and my dad washed my mouth out with soap. The melon flavor wasn’t too bad.

  10. Seriously? You use flour in fudge? That’s a new concept to me. You certainly are very creative with all your ‘jib jab’ crazy talk…and of course, we read that stuff. That’s why we keep coming back to you…you’re so funny and silly! This recipe looks awesome.

  11. Let’s be honest- I’m the laziest cook ever, so we all know I come for the content. Not that the recipes don’t look amazing, cause they do, but I’ve accepted the fact that as much as I might WANT to make something I’ll probably be too lazy.
    Can’t wait for the soap story…

  12. Haha! I’m actually the opposite – I usually read the content and skim over the recipe, because I’m lazy like that. Shake it like jello, holla!

  13. Hello love. Okay but wait, does Will Smith actually have a third child who is older? now I need to google it. Also i’m loving all of your no bake recipes. You are so talented.

  14. Hah! I totally come here for all of the awesome chatter. And the amazing insults. And the delicious recipes. Oh geez, I just might as well set your site to my homepage. I’ll be stalking your new posts like it’s my j-o-b. Haha!

  15. You are a very creative writer and yes I read the WHOLE thing! Keep ’em laughing! Soap?? Thanks for the great recipes and ideas.

  16. I read the entire post, including all those scandalous paragraphs, mainly because it’s you. If I’m looking up recipes though and don’t know the blogger behind them, I rarely read the post and head straight for the food. Oops. I guess I’m guilty as charged. Perhaps I should go eat soap. 🙂

    1. Hi Cas! I sure do- Roast 1 cup of hazelnuts lightly and blend in a high speed blender (I do it this way) or in a food processor- I then gradually add cocoa powder but not too much and if I want it sweetener, some coconut sugar. It won’t come out dark like nutella though 🙂

  17. I totally would have read the story about your sister eating soap. My best friend growing up used to hide in her closet to eat Vasoline, because her parents wouldn’t let her eat it (I wonder why!). I was only 4, but I knew she was weird to be doing it!

    And I actually do read your posts, because they always make me laugh.

    Coconut, almond and oat flours are my favs too– I have never used coconut flour in a no bake recipe though! This looks awesome. Saving it on my “Chocolate is Health Food” Pinterest board for when I’m not pregnant– because I have been averse to sweet foods my whole pregnancy 🙂 Strange!

  18. I only have whey protein powder in the house now and I really REALLY want to make this….aaaaaagh….is the texture THAT bad if you use whey protein???

  19. My big sister ate soap as well! However, this was many, many years ago and she almost died! It’s a long story but she inhaled it and had to be rushed to ATL. There happened to be a doctor in the ER who was developing an oxygen tent treatment for people this happens to and he made no promises that it would work. Happily she lived and is now 58! Can’t wait to try this recipe. TY!

  20. Whoa! These bars are amazing. Thanks for sharing this recipe. Also, I just tried the paleo English muffins – really great. Thanks!

      1. My pleasure, and suffice to say I’ve been enjoying putzing about on your website and exploring other recipes. Eating whole foods/paleo/healthy/lower carb (you name it) has been transformational. Anyway, thanks!

  21. Hi,
    I love this recipe so much it was delicious!
    Thanks…
    Just wondering though if I can change the coconut sugar to a different sweetener?
    I am trying to stay away from fructose. Xx

  22. Just wanted to say that this was the best blog post I’ve ever read! :DD
    My middle name is Healthy No Bake Double Chocolate Fudge as well!!

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