Christmas Eve Fudge: Sugar Free, Dairy Free

Sugar Free Fudge

It’s Christmas Eve! Or if you are reading this post a little later, it will be Christmas morning. Happy holidays to all of my friends around the globe. To celebrate each and every holiday you observe, I am sharing with you my favorite, easy and simple fudge recipe. This simple fudge recipe combines the unique flavor of coconut milk with special dark chocolate, and contains no sugar whatsoever.

I’m in the midst of baking, cooking and preparing for the Christmas eve festivities. Right now I am imagining Santa Claus in his sleigh, on a cold winter night, delivering gifts to the good people of the world. His presents lie in the heart of all who spread beauty and joy everyday, and that present can deliver love and happiness all year long. Hopefully everyone will have happy holidays (and a white Christmas), and I plan on posting more before the new year.  Until then, enjoy this healthy (and extremely good), sugar free fudge.

Christmas Eve Fudge: Sugar Free, Dairy Free

12 oz (3/4 cup) full fat coconut milk
14 oz dark baking chocolate bars, unsweetened and chopped
1 tsp. vanilla extract
1/2 tsp. Stevia extract
1/2 cup coconut sugar
1/4 cup xylitol

Slowly heat coconut milk on medium high on stove top. Add the chopped chocolate, vanilla, stevia, coconut sugar and xylitol. Melt the chocolate thoroughly.

After melted, spoon fudge batter into a glass pan. Refrigerate for four hours or overnight to firm. Cut into small pieces and serve immediately.

This is The Healthy Advocate.

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2 responses to “Christmas Eve Fudge: Sugar Free, Dairy Free

  1. Winora Kunselman

    I did make it using the stevia extract but did not use the other ingredients – instead used cream cheese; it did not turn out the way I hoped! It is too wet and a little bitter but hopefully my husband will eat it!

    • Hi Winora. I’ve never tried cream cheese fudge before, so I’m not sure where your recipe went wrong. Perhaps you can keep it in the freezer and call it “Ice Cream Fudge”? I’ve had many freezer fudge recipes over the year, however this one I can keep in the refrigerator while still staying firm. Stay tuned for another fudge recipe near the new year here on the blog–it takes more time, but it’s the best one I’ve developed. -Brandon

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