Fudge with Just Two Ingredients

Homemade fudge in a pan

Fudge is delicious. It comes in many flavors and those are good, as well, even if they’re kind of expensive at times. While trying to find a healthy dessert recipe, I came across a fudge recipe with only two ingredients: chocolate and almond butter.

You read that right. Here’s how you do it. You melt the chocolate and combine it with the almond butter. I believe it’s an even level of the ingredients (i.e. both being a cup), but I’m not a hundred percent sure. Anyway, let’s presume it is. After combining the ingredients, you spread them in a pan and freeze them. You don’t bake it. Leave it in the freezer for approximately an hour. Then let it thaw for a few minutes, or maybe ten. Then enjoy.

While I usually like fudge, even though I rarely eat it, this one was honestly only okay. I ended up tossing half of it in the trash because I didn’t eat enough of it. And I added a little bit of coconut sugar, which was not part of the original recipe. I wanted to make it just a little sweeter, but not use white sugar.

I don’t recall if there were ratings and reviews. But my mom recommends I use only recipes with great feedback and reactions. I think it’s good advice.

Published by Sunayna Prasad

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3 thoughts on “Fudge with Just Two Ingredients

  1. I have tried a few fudge recipes and the best fudge I have made is made with sweetened condensed milk, semi-sweet chocolate chips, vanilla extract, butter, chopped walnuts and marshmallow creme. I just microwave the ingredients and put it in in a greased 9×9 pan and then put it in the refrigerator until it gets hard.

  2. This is why I love your blog…the honesty! I saw 2 ingredients and thought…yes. But then you affirmed it was not that great. You also did it without saying where the recipe came from or trashing a ‘Brand’. That’s the way to write a review,

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