Vegan Chocolate Macadamia Nut Fudge

Vegan Chocolate Macadamia Nut Fudge

Raw. Gluten-free. Easy to make. Sugar-free. Dairy-free. High in protein.

Y’all needa get on this. I absolutely loved fudge when I was younger - it was one of my weaknesses, along with rotis, cucumber, bread and butter pudding, and chocolate bars. Not much has changed expect I now eat almost all of the above, vegano-style. I have yet to find a vegan bread and butter pudding though. The name doesn’t seem like I will find anything promising. :( Anyone maybe have a butter-free recipe for me?

Right. But back to more important things - to the fudge! I actually looked at the ingredients of store-bought fudge the other day while doing my weekly shopping (I was craving it and secretly hoping it would somehow be vegan #wishfulthinking) and was genuinely horrified at the list. Sugar, condensed milk, more dairy, more sugar… all kinds of nasty, unhealthy things. No thanks.

So to ensure I can have my fudge and still eat it, guilt-free, I was inspired to make my own that would be made with healthy, vegan ingredients and satisfy my sweet-tooth.

And as such, these glorious mounds of chocolatey fudge were born!

For the love of chocolate fudge.

For the love of chocolate fudge.

This vegan chocolate fudge is:






Made in minutes.

It’s not bread and butter pudding, but it will do.

All the slices. Raw, vegan, chocolate fudge.

All the slices. Raw, vegan, chocolate fudge.

Are you ready for this life-changing fudge recipe?

Hold onto your seats people, it’s about to get nuts.

Vegan Chocolate Macadamia Nut Fudge Recipe

Prep time: 10 mins

Store in the freezer for 8 hours

Serves: Just you and only you. Trust me, it’s too good not to share!


2 cups dates, soaked in hot water for a few minutes

2 tbsp chocolate protein powder (I used Wazoogles Choc Moondust Superfood Powder)

2-3 tbsp Buttanutt’s Roasted Macadamia nut butter (you can also use peanut or almond butter)

1 tbsp coconut oil

1 tbsp raw cacao powder

3 tbsp water

A pinch of salt


  1. Blend in a food processor until super smooth.

  2. Place some baking paper in a container. Pour and spread the mixture over the sheet of baking paper.

  3. Close the container and store in the freezer overnight.

  4. Take out of the freezer. Slice into sizeable chunks.