Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge (Vegan)

Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge that is vegan and gluten free.   I have 5 words for you Chocolate Peanut Butter Vegan Fudge.  Yes.  You heard that right.

You can make a clean eating peanut butter fudge.  A little bite of heaven that melts in your mouth.  Who doesn’t like chocolate and peanut butter, right?  This healthy fudge recipe is super simple to make!


Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge

When I first created my Coconut Almond Fudge, my husband told me it would be awesome with some chocolate.  So this recipe was born. Let me be the first to tell you, it’s freaking amazing.

If you are a chocolate and peanut butter fan, you will love this chocolate peanut butter fudge!   These are very rich and decadent, so one will satisfy your sweet craving – maybe even 1/2 of one.

The recipe makes a lot, so freeze whatever you don’t want to eat in the first week or so.  It would also be equally delicious made with almond butter.  I like to keep mine in the freezer for when I want a super rich dessert.

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Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge

Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge

Prep Time 5 min Cook Time 60 min Serves 12     adjust servings

This fudge is melt in your mouth delicious!



  1. In a medium saucepan , mix all the ingredients on medium heat and stir until everything is combined. It should take a few minutes to combine and I suggest stirring it the whole time.
  2. Once the mixture is smooth and combined, transfer to muffin pans with liners .
  3. Store in the fridge to firm up. I used standard sized, but mini muffin pans would work well too.


Recipe Notes

I’m not going to lie, this recipe is a good arm workout to make, but is well worth it. You will not disappointed. They can be frozen as well! Enjoy!

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67 thoughts to “Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge (Vegan)”

  1. I made these today minutes after I read your post. They are really good! I might have added too much peanut butter mostly because I hate measuring peanut butter, but they were really outstanding and I will definitely make them again. Thanks for the sharing the recipe!
  2. I have all the ingredients to try this- yeah! but I don't have silicone muffin liners. Can I use paper ones? or skip the paper liners and grease the pan somehow? suggestions? I love your recipes! Thanks for sharing!
  3. Ok, I just made these after making your homemade coconut butter. While I haven't had a sample of the chilled/set ones, I did lick the spoon.....and the pan - YUMMY!!
  4. I just made a batch of these. They haven't cooled yet but I snuck a taste of the warm mix. Omg- I am in big trouble because these are Amazing!!! Thanks for sharing! It will give me my chocolate fix for sure!
  5. Do you think that these can just be put in an 8x8 pan and cut up like regular fudge, rather than in individual cups? Would it cut properly? Thank you!
  6. Very good! I popped them in the freezer, to be able to enjoy a few of them while having my afternoon coffee. The batter was delicious, my 3-year-old is now enjoying and licking the pot and spatula, and I used 80 % chocolate. Thanks! Will make again, it wasn't even a workout for me, I let everything melt in the pot slowly, and they mixed easily.
  7. These look wonderful, I've been looking for candy to give as gifts around the holidays. Will they melt if left out of the fridge? Seems like the coconut manna and chocolate will re-harden and stay firm? Thanks for your posts, they all look delicious. I'll be trying them all out!
  8. I just made these and they smell so good . . . but the oil separated out of the mixture during the heating process and I can't get it to combine back in. I'll wait til it cools and see if it will go back together. Darn, they seem great and no one else had trouble. What did I do wrong? Heat too fast? It said medium . . . help please!
    1. I had the exact same problem... It was all looking good, it was starting to get smooth but I still had a couple of peanut butter chunks to soften and all of a sudden, the oils separated. I had it in medium heat and was mixing the whole time... Maybe I have to use a double boiler or maybe the chocolate was not good quality... Not sure. I still put them in the fridge. They hardened and they taste great. The texture is quite smooth too. The appearance is not the greatest, though, because you have the buttery/oily hardened around the sides... I will try making them again because I think they are well worth it.

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