Lemony Coconut Fudge (Vegan and Paleo)

Lemony Coconut Fudge.  Coconut and lemon go so well together, don’t they?  I am a big fan of the combo if you haven’t noticed already.

I have some coconut lemon crumb bars and lemon tarts already on my blog.  This lemon coconut fudge makes a wonderful addition.


Lemony Coconut Fudge - My Whole Food Life


This lemony coconut vegan fudge couldn’t be easier to make.  Plus, it just melts in your mouth.  Hard to make it look sexy in a photo, but I promise if you try it, you will love it!

This coconut lemon fudge is also vegan, gluten free and paleo approved.  There is only 2-3 tablespoons of sweetener in the whole batch!

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Lemony Coconut Fudge

Lemony Coconut Fudge

Prep Time 5 min Serves 5 pieces of fudge     adjust servings

Only 3 ingredients are needed to make this delicious and healthy fudge!



  1. Combine all the ingredients in a food processor .
  2. Spoon mixture into lined muffin cups . I used standard sized muffin cups.
  3. Stick in the fridge to set. Should take an hour.
  4. These should keep for a couple weeks in the fridge. You can also freeze them for longer. Enjoy!


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28 thoughts to “Lemony Coconut Fudge (Vegan and Paleo)”

  1. I SO! love your recipes the flourless brownies are amazing! I wish there were a carb and sugar count.i just guess . is that possible to include? Thank you for sharing what you know. The Bible says "where much is given much is required" ♡sincerely Vonda Laxton
    1. Thanks so much Vonda! I don't add the nutritional facts because I am not a dietician and would hate to be wrong in the case of a diabetic. I am sorry, if that is an inconvenience. You can get an estimate by going to www.caloriecount.com. :)
      1. no. they are totally different. coconut butter is the pulp it self. coconut cream is the creamy deliciousness that separates to the top of the milk when you open an unshaken can of coconut milk.both are decadent and fantastic!!
    1. I think coconut oil may make the fudge a little too hard. You can easily make your own coconut butter with shredded coconut. https://mywholefoodlife.com/2013/07/08/homemade-coconut-butter/
  2. I made these today - so easy and SOOOO good! I made it from shredded coconut. I blended the coconut for about 15-20 min., then added the remaining ingredients. Blended for another couple of minutes and voila! Thanks a lot for this recipe!!!
  3. I just noticed that you have a book! I'd love to buy one! Are all of the recipes on the website found in the book?
    1. I have a book coming out in December. There will be about 63 recipes 25% existing and 75% new recipes. :) Here is the link to pre-order if you like. http://tinyurl.com/prf3slb
  4. 1 cup of coconut butter has around 1800 calories! WOW! But- that did not deter me from making these delicious cups of sunshine! What a great combination of sweet and tart.. I used honey instead of maple syrup and it all came together nicely in Vitamix. Will definitely have to refrain myself from eating all of them in a day. Thanks again Melissa for a great recipe!

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