Healthy chocolate fudge recipe (only 4 ingredients)

Yesterday, I posted our famous healthy chocolate recipe, and had a lot of people ask what substitute there is for cacao butter.

Unfortunately, you can’t substitute cacao butter, so the recipe can’t be changed from the original…BUT!


And here’s a big but, (not butt!).


We have a healthy chocolate fudge recipe for you that requires only 4 ingredients.  So for all our friends who live in country NSW, here’s your raw chocolate fudge recipe.  And OMG is it delicious – smooth yet creamy and chewy.


chocolate fudge



  • 5 Tbsp raw cacao powder
  • 5 Tbsp coconut oil (in liquid form)
  • 4 Tbsp coconut nectar
  • 1 pinch of salt (we use Himalayan Sea Salt)



  1. Blend all ingredients together.  If your coconut oil and nectar is hard, just warm it for a couple of seconds in the microwave or very lightly over a stove top.  It only needs to be just warmer than room temp to melt.
  2. pour in a small container lined with baking paper (baking paper is important, otherwise you won’t be able to get it all out.  And you’re going to want to get it ALL out!)
  3. Freeze for at least 2 hours (overnight is best if you can wait that long!)
  4. cut into pieces and eat
  5. store what’s left in the freezer which is a good place to stash your healthy junk, because kids and spouses only look in the fridge or the pantry.

This recipe comes from the book Healthy Junk 2


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