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Peanut Butter and Honey Fudge
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Peanut Butter and Honey Fudge

This is the best and easiest ever recipe for Peanut Butter and Honey Fudge. Make your fudge a healthier vegan fudge!
Cook Time10 mins
Additional Time30 mins
Total Time40 mins
Course: Vegan Recipes
Cuisine: Mediterranean
Search Result: easy, fudge recipe, healthy, honey, peanut butter, vegan
Servings: 36
Servings: 1g
Author: 🔪 Food, Wine, and Love

Ingredients

  • Peanut Butter- 2 cups.
  • I like the idea of using a sugar free or organic peanut butter to make this fudge. Even better here is how to make your own peanut butter (super easy!).
  • White Chocolate Chips– ½ cup.
  • You can find organic or vegan white chocolate chips here. Even more exciting for me anyway, is that there are now sugar free or keto white chocolate chips available here.
  • Honey– Âľ cup.
  • Vanilla Extract– 1 teaspoon.

Instructions

  • Line a square aluiminum pan with parchement paper that overhangs the sides.
  • Microwave Method- in a microwave safe mixing bowl, stir together the peanut butter with the white chocolate chips. Tip: spray the bowl with nonstick before adding the other ingredients to make for an easier clean up. Microwave on high, stopping every 30 seconds to stir, until the the peanut butter and the chips have melted together.
  • Stove Method- Over medium heat, melt together the peanut butter with the white chocolate chips. A double boiler is not essential for this. However, you should stir the ingredients throughout the melting process. Tip: as with the microwave method, spraying your pan with nonstick before adding the other ingredients can help your clean up process.
  • Both methods, one the ingredients have melted together, stir in the honey and the vanilla extract. Once blended, you can transfer the fudge to your refrigerator to set.
  • To cut the fudge into pieces, simply lift it out of the pan using the overhanging parchment paper to transfer it.

Recipe Notes

I mentioned that you can try using maple syrup instead of the honey in this recipe (although you will need less syrup than you would honey). Also, I mentioned that you can keep this recipe low in sugar or more organic with the peanut butter that you use.

I also mentioned that we will be using white chocolate chips in this recipe to help with the structure.

You can find organic or vegan white chocolate chips here. Even more exciting, for me anyway, is that there are now sugar free or keto white chocolate chips available here.
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Nutrition

Serving: 1g | Calories: 145kcal | Carbohydrates: 13g | Protein: 4g | Fat: 10g | Saturated Fat: 2g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 6g | Cholesterol: 1mg | Sodium: 80mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 10g
Please note: Nutritional data has been calculated using a tool that comes with this recipe card and not by me. This means that Nutritional Information is only an estimate and can vary especially with ingredients that you use. The accuracy of this tool may differ from other tools as expected. Also note that there is no instructional value to the video that may be attached to this recipe. It is only there for visual pleasure. For more information about the images in this recipe, please refer the the recipe instructions. Thank you!

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