Hold onto your hats because this vegan chocolate peanut butter fudge is coming at ya! It’s the easiest vegan fudge in the world and it tastes like sweet Sunday morning on a long weekend.
You can use it in cakes, biscuits, on ice-cream or during your latest Netflix three day binge.
It takes 10 minutes to whip up this recipe and sets in a few hours if not less. I promise you won’t regret it like a kid in a candy store begging his mama for the last lolly pop.
Easy Vegan Choc Peanut Butter Fudge
- Total Time: 1 hour 10 minutes
- Yield: 1 Loaf Tin 1x
- 170 g smooth peanut butter
- 250 g vegan dark chocolate
- 30 g cacao butter
- Melt peanut butter in a medium saucepan on medium high heat
- Remove from stove and stir in chocolate and finely chopped cacao butter
- Stir until completely smooth. If it’s still a little lumpy place back onto a very low heat and continue to stir until smooth
- Pour into a loaf tin lined with baking paper and pop into the fridge for an hour or two until it’s set
- Remove from fridge and cut into squares and eat!
- Watch my video for all my tips and tricks for the best fudge ever
Variations: You can add nuts to the top before it’s set to add crunch
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Cook Time: 5 minutes
- Category: Cake Filling
- Cuisine: Dessert
Keywords: dairy free, fudge, peanut butter, vegan, vegan baking, vegan cake filling, vegan caramel
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I was so excited to make fudge for the first time. I ordered organic cacao butter just to try this recipe. I trusted that Sara knew what she was doing so I doubled the recipe. The next day I sold all my 1 inch squares of fudge at my vending table. I’m so happy to have come across such a crowd pleasing recipe. I’ll def be making it again.
Sara Kidd says
Maggie! Thank you so much for leaving a comment. I’m glad the recipe worked so well for you. xox
I made this following the recipe and it was amazing and so easy. This time I made my own chocolate and it was just as good (I used lyndt mild dark the first time, so not cheap)
Now I’ve made so many variations and love it.