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Awesome (But Healthy) Chocolate Fudge Recipe

by Susan · 17 comments

healthy fudge recipe* Guest post by Truth About Six Pack Abs Expert, Mike Geary.

My 5 Minute Healthy Chocolate Fudge Recipe – Yes It’s Healthy

As a Certified Nutrition Specialist, I like to find ways to prepare delicious foods that most people can’t believe are actually healthy for you. If you have a sweet tooth like me, I’m sure you’ve tried to find ways to still enjoy sweet treats, but also try to make them healthier than typical junk food desserts.

The major problem with most so-called “healthy” desserts is that most companies attempt to make them healthier by reducing the fat content and thereby increasing the sugar content or artificial sweeteners… there’s nothing healthy about either of those!

Below is my famous healthy chocolate-peanut-butter fudge recipe that takes only 5 minutes to make and is really simple. The great thing is that I use no added sugars, no artificial sweeteners, and all healthy fat sources. You’ll see why below.

My healthy chocolate-peanut-butter fudge recipe (peanut butter can be omitted if you prefer plain chocolate):

  • Extra dark chocolate bar (3-4 oz bar works well — look for at least 70% cocoa content, between 70-85% — this minimizes the sugar content)
  • 4 or 5 Tbsp of your favorite organic nut butter (almond butter, cashew butter, peanut butter all work well)
  • 2/3 to 3/4 cup of organic coconut milk (great source of healthy saturated fats from medium chain triglycerides – MCTs)
  • 2 tbsp rice bran (additional healthy fiber source)
  • 2 tbsp oat bran (more healthy fiber including soluble fiber)
  • 1/2 cup raw pecans, almonds, or walnuts (yes, more healthy fats, antioxidants, and tons of vitamins/minerals)
  • 1/2 cup dried cranberries or raisins (optional based on your tastes)
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • a little stevia to lightly sweeten (stevia is a natural non-caloric sweetener as opposed to harmful artificial sweeteners)

Start with the coconut milk, nut butter, and chocolate bar in a medium saucepan and put it on the lowest heat possible. Continuously stir as the chocolate, coconut milk, and nut butter melts together. Once these melt together add in all of the other ingredients and stir together very well.

Once everything is mixed well together, spread the mixture onto some waxed paper laid out in a baking dish and throw it in the fridge to solidify.

Now you have some of the healthiest chocolate fudge ever known to man!

Keep in mind that you still need to keep your serving portions small because this is still a calorie-dense snack even though it is super-healthy. The good news is that it is lower in sugar and calories than typical fudge and has loads more nutrition than any typical fudge.

Enjoy! Tell your friends that Trainer Mike Geary gave you this recipe.

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Good luck with your fitness goals!

Mike Geary,
Best Selling Author – The Truth about Six Pack Abs


I absolutely love this fudge recipe! If you haven’t done so already, get the ingredients necessary and go make it. This also makes a great holiday gift for people you would normally make high calorie and fattening cookies for.

Your Coach,

Susan Campbell, MS, CSCS

P.S. You have to check out Mike’s Free Fat Loss Presentation by clicking here now.

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1 Lori (Finding Radiance) November 5, 2010 at 9:18 am

This sounds good! We tried doing a fudge with dark chocolate and coconut milk and it was more like ganache, so I bet the nut butter and brans would thicken that right up!

Thanks for stopping by my site!

2 susan November 5, 2010 at 9:28 am

Hey Lori, thanks for taking the time to comment. I’m not sure how it will come out, but when I saw it I knew I had to post it and try it! Hopefully someone soon will try it and let us know how it came out.

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