This nut butter fudge is easy, and highly addicting. It is the perfect workout snack before or after the gym and it melts in your mouth.
This has been one of my go to treats for a very long time. The sweet and salty combination is just so tasty. This treat melts in your mouth.
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The perfect pre or post workout treat
It is a great way for me to curb my sweet tooth and I love to have a piece before I head to the gym for a little fuel. I have been adding my MCT collagen to just about everything lately because winters here in Colorado are cold and DRY -my hair skin and nails need double the collagen to get though the season. I added some to this recipe and it was the perfect way to start upping my intake. This recipe is practically fool proof with the right ingredients so feel free to play around with the measurements.
What nut butter should I use?
I suggest using your favorite! I really like using cashew butter with this recipe because it freezers slightly softer. I have tried this recipe with just about every nut butter and it is always just as delicious.
I do suggest you use a runny natural based nut butter, it will blend a bit easier than processed nut butters.
I try to keep this recipe low in sugar since I often use it as a pre or post workout snack. I love adding stevia into mine so it's sweet without the added sugars.
How to store this freezer fudge
You will want to store the squares in a plastic bag or wrapped up in the parchment paper. You must keep the bars frozen otherwise they will melt. I will sometimes leave a piece of parchment paper on the bottom of a pyrex and lay them flat in the container and store them that way. You can cut them into fun shapes or keep them all uniform and square.
If they are too hard to bite through, just let them sit for 2 to 4 minutes and get softened. They will melt in your mouth!
Peanut Butter Fudge
- parchment paper
- 8 x 4 loaf pan
- 1 cup Peanut Butter *
- ½ cup melted coconut oil
- 2 tbs maple syrup
- 1 tsp cinnamon optional
- ¼ tsp sea salt
- ½ Tsp Vanilla Extract optional
- Blend all of the ingredients in a medium size bowl with hand mixer. place parchment paper onto dish. Secure with clips on the sides if needed. Evenly spread mixture.
- Find a flat surface in the freezer to place dish and let it sit for about 15 minutes. Break apart when ready to serve and store in a plastic bag or leave wrapped up in he parchment paper for later on!
Jo Ann Salas
Absolutely addicting and delicious. I used almond butter and kept it plain— no pecans or collagen, simply because I didn’t have any. Still bomb! I ate almost half the batch and now I’m so full (—_____—). Thank you for this easy, fast and yummy recipe!
What a great review! Thank You Jo Ann! I am thrilled to hear you love it as much as I do.
I made this with a mix of equal parts cashew butter, tahini, and almond butter, and oh man, it’s so good. Thank you for this recipe!
Adding tahini is a great idea! So glad you loved them.
Loved this maple fudge! I'm just a dude that doesn't really cook or bake, but this looked so good I had to try it. It was super easy and quick. Literally took me 10 or 15 minutes. My wife and I loved it, and my kids eventually warmed up to it! 🙂