Take a look at these delectable vegan fudge and fruit bars! They’re chocolaty, creamy and topped with a plethora of dried fruit – what’s not to love? I’ll be honest, when I switched to a plant based eating lifestyle I became a sugar fiend. I wanted to eat sugary foods all the time. But it didn’t matter how much chocolate I ate on Friday, I’d still want a ton on Saturday.
I came to the conclusion that the sweet treats I was eating weren’t satisfying me in the right way. They were empty calories that were plenty sweet but perplexingly not the right kind of sweet.
The Most Satisfying Vegan Fudge
Enter: My chocolaty vegan fudge and fruit bars. This vegan fudge is neither too dark or bitter, striking the ideal balance that most people crave in a good fudge recipe. To explain it best, it’s the kind of fudge that both milk chocolate and dark chocolate lovers can enjoy.
Using just 4 ingredients you can make a satisfying vegan fudge that’s better than the store bought kind. And it’s an added bonus that you can make it anytime you want!
For this recipe I use oat milk, semi-sweet chocolate chips and coconut sugar to achieve the melt-in-your-mouth crumbly texture people expect in a fudge.
These vegan fudge fruit bars make a great gift for friends and family (and yourself). After the chocolate has set in the fridge, take it out of the pan. Using a long knife, divide the fudge into triangular wedges (similar to a pizza slice) to create elegant shards of fudge.
Got a sweet tooth craving? Try making these other delicious desserts:
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