Coconut Almond Fudge (Vegan and Paleo)

Coconut Almond Fudge.  I thought I would never again enjoy a sweet bite of indulgent coconut fudge eating a clean and vegan diet. Who doesn’t like fudge?  It literally melts in your mouth with it’s velvety texture.

The minute I had my first taste of coconut butter, I knew I could find a way to make it vegan AND clean. Introducing my Coconut Almond Fudge.  This fudge recipe is truly for coconut lovers!


coconut almond fudge


This coconut almond vegan fudge is so good.  If you like my Coconut Truffles, you will love these!  The best part?  They fit almost every diet.  They are grain free, gluten free and vegan.  If you have a nut allergy, you can try making them with sunflower butter.

I am sure they would be great that way too!  I used chocolate molds to set my fudge, but mini muffin cups would work great too!  If using mini muffin cups, please use a paper or silicone wrappers so they can be easily removed.

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Coconut Almond Fudge

Coconut Almond Fudge

Prep Time 10 min Serves 15     adjust servings

Coconut and almonds that go beautifully to create a fudge that melts in your mouth.



  1. In a saucepan , combine all the ingredients.
  2. Stir on medium heat until everything is combined.
  3. Pour into molds and store in the fridge to set.


Recipe Notes

These should take 1-2 hours to set up in the freezer. Enjoy!

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127 thoughts to “Coconut Almond Fudge (Vegan and Paleo)”

  1. Made these last week, so delicious! A few friends came over and gobbled them up and asked for the recipe. So easy to make too. Thanks!
  2. I made these today with peanut butter instead of almond butter and I would suggest to omit the almond extract. It still tasted good, but the undertones of almond didn't go well with peanut butter. Thank you for the amazing recipe! I also have your Reese's peanut butter eggs in the freezer right now! Kids are very excited about those!
      1. The color equalized in the fridge and were good, although I put them in the freezer where they turned delicious! Frozen!! My question is how many calories do you think they might be?
    1. Yes. It's like nut butters, but made with coconut. You can find it at any health food stores with the nut butters. You can also make your own.
  3. Dear Melissa, these sound wonderful and wholesome. After checking out your truffles, I think these would be delicious dipped in chocolate too! Such delicious treats. I LOVE coconut. Saved this for later...I'm always on the lookout for healthy snacks to satisfy my sweet cravings. Wishing you and your family a wonderful Valentine's Day weekend. xo, Catherine
  4. omg these are so awesome! I had a jar of coconut butter and a jar of almond butter that im not too crazy about and came out soooo good & creamy. I used agave instead of maple syrup, im sure its amazing with maple syrup. Cant wait to try more recipe from this website :)

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