This nut butter freezer fudge is super versatile and perfect for a quick sweet snack.
I’m one of those people that likes to snack while I cook or while I am thinking about what to eat. I know it’s a bad habit but it think it’s part of me. Nut butter freezer fudge is a perfect quick sweet tooth snack. Since it lives in the freezer, you can just pop one out and eat it at any time. It’s also pretty versatile in terms of what nut butter you want to use to make it.
Since I love all nut butters, I decided to make this nut butter freezer fudge with literally all the nut butters. I achieved this by using Nuttzo Peanut Pro in this recipe which is a combination of peanuts, cashews, almonds, brazil nuts, flax seeds, sunflower seeds, hazelnuts and sea salt all blended together to create a superfood butter.
The recipe is made simply by adding all ingredients including maple syrup, coconut butter and cocoa powder to melt in a saucepan before pouring it into your favorite silicone candy mold or mini muffin tin. Freeze for an hour and they are ready to be popped out for easy snacking.
My Favorite Silicone Molds:
Nut Butter Freezer Fudge
- Add all ingredients except cocoa powder to a small saucepan.
- Melt over medium low heat while stirring until fully incorporating.
- Whisk in cocoa powder until fully dissolved without clumps.
- Pour mixture into mini lined muffin tins or silicone molds.
- Freeze for 2 hours before popping out.
- Fudge must be kept frozen for best results.
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