Most fudge has scads and scads of sugar – usually multiple kinds: confectioner’s sugar, evaporated milk, milk chocolate, brown sugar, granulated sugar… most recipes have at least 2 types.

Here’s a refreshingly simple recipe for fudge that only has a bit of honey, instead of tons of sugar. I’ve adapted it from the recipe here.

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Low-Sugar Chocolate Fudge

In your stand mixer, or with an electric hand mixer (whisk attachment), combine:

  • 1/4 cup cocoa powder
  • 2 Tablespoons honey, or however much you think you need.
  • 2 tablespoons water
  • 3 Tablespoons coconut cream concentrate

At first it might seem like it’s not going to come together, but just keep mixing on high speed until everything is combined. It’ll look like a rich chocolate dough.

Scoop the dough out onto a piece of waxed paper, fold the paper over the dough, and press to form a sort of patty. Refrigerate or freeze until firm, then cut into pieces to enjoy.

This recipe made 9 small (rich) pieces.

My husband and I both really enjoyed this fudge. It’s almost like eating a dark chocolate truffle. Mmm.

12 Comments on Low-Sugar Chocolate Fudge

  1. Lori says:

    Wow we just made this with candy cane added. For a cup of cocoa (4 x batch), we used 4 T rapadura instead of any honey, & 7 mini candy canes which we blended altogether in the blender. We also topped the fudge with some more crushed mini candy canes. I think we will be giving this out for Christmas!

  2. Denise says:

    So far I have tried several of the recipes they a re to die for. I have tried the new York peppermint patties, granola bars. They are great.

  3. Heather says:

    I made this today and it was delicious! I used coconut milk because I didn’t have any concentrate. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Kelly S. says:

    YUM! My daughter and I just sampled this right after I mixed it together. YUMMY! We both enjoyed it. I could see somehow making this into a fudge frosting! I added a few drops of vanilla creme stevia and thought it balanced the flavor better. THANK you for a wonderful recipe!

  5. Norin says:

    Hi,

    I’m from Malaysia and looking for granola bars recipe when I came across your blog.

    It’s amazing to know that you manage to make so tempting delicacies in a simple and healthy way.

    Good job and I’ll definetely try one of your recipe this weekend!

  6. Laura says:

    This sounds so yummy!

  7. Nurse says:

    This fudge is very tasty because it is not too sweet. I remember my grandmother sometimes made similar candies, and we, children, liked them very much.

  8. Isfahel says:

    Ooooo, my coconut cream is scheduled for delivery today! I hope the UPS truck is early, I’m going to try this as soon as it arrives. Well, as soon as I get the 5# melted down and mixed…

  9. Tristina says:

    Holy nom, woman…

  10. waylandcook says:

    Just made this and it is sitting in the fridge. Thanks I can now have fudge again.

  11. Did I ever tell you that I love you?? and your blog?? and your recipes?? this looks so good. I just purchased some coconut cream and was wondering what to make with it 🙂

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