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. yum! do you think these would pop out of an oiled mini muffin tin without liners? I want to make this for my birthday!
  2. We made this last night with 100% cacao and boy, are they bitter. But, they are still really good. The process was very easy. Love that there is only 5 ingredients.
  3. I hate to ask this but I have spent all day looking for this recipe, would a cup of regular peanut butter work? Also coconut manna (?), i have never heard of. I see you can use butter instead but but how can I add the coconut flavor to it. Just add some coconut maybe?
    1. Yes, regular peanut butter will work fine. Coconut Manna is just coconut butter. If you can't find it, you can make some. If you choose to use butter, it will not have a coconut flavor, but I am told butter works well.
    2. You could try adding a small amount of coconut extract (unless that's a product you can't or don't want to use). I'd start with ¼ teaspoon.
  4. this sounds DELISH! I can't wait to try it! Do you think coconut oil would work (its what I have on hand) or should I get coconut manna?
  5. I was dying for something sweet last night and decided to make this. Had never seen coconut manna in the stores but I picked up some heavy coconut cream awhile ago that I thought I'd try. I also used a natural creamy peanut butter because I prefer creamy over the texture I get when I try to make it. It definitely didn't harden to look like your pics but it is hard enough to unwrap and eat quickly and OMG so good. It's the perfect texture for an easy icing on cake or cupcakes if I put it on after it cooled but before refrigerating. Can't wait to make it for hubby's birthday as a healthier alternative!
  6. I am so excited to make these! You mentioned in another comment that regular (creamed?) peanut butter would be fine, so does that mean you used powered peanut butter for the recipe? (I'm totally new to some of these baking ingredients, but can't wait to way them!)
    1. I used natural peanut butter in my recipe. I'm not sure it would work with powdered peanut butter. I hope you enjoy the recipe!
  7. Hi! I've been so excited to try these! I made them this morning, using butter because that's what I had in hand. They've been the fridge a few hours and still haven't set. Tried one with a spoon--very peanut buttery and creamy. I'm wondering if the combination if the oily natural PB and butter are too oily? Love your recipes!!
    1. Hmm...maybe it is the butter? I personally haven't tried it with butter, but some of my readers have told me they were successful making it that way. Maybe you can try putting them in the freezer for a bit to see if it helps?
  8. I made these today and managed to get them right despite forgetting the milk and using only a half stick of butter! Go figure, I tried make more "the right way" and it came out really oily and almost curdled like.
  9. I made these today and am surprised they came out so well being that I used a 1/2 stick of butter and forgot the milk! I tried to make more "the right way" and it came out oily and aost curdled like.

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