A homemade marble fudge made with seed or nut butter, high in protein, all the nourishment of seeds or nuts and dark chocolate. And an easy recipe made with only two ingredients. Vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, refined-sugar-free.
This marble fudge scattering is basically sea of magical squares, creamy to bite, and swirled inside and out with seed or nut butter.
An easy and fast recipe, no bake and requiring only 2 ingredients.
What Does This Marble Fudge Taste Like?
This delectable treat tastes like a creamy chilled piece of soft fudge. One bite fills your senses with deep chocolate haunted with a salty nutty flavor, all wrapped up in a melt-in-your-mouth delight.
How to Make Homemade Fudge Nut Free
Homemade fudge in general can be made in the traditional way with heavy dairy cream and sugar, or you can make it vegan and dairy free. I chose of course to make my fudge vegan and dairy free.
The vegan fudge recipe is pretty simple, just melt together quality dark chocolate and nut butter. But here I wanted to make my fudge nut free, and in fact, free of top allergens. So I replaced the nut butter with a seed butter, primarily sunflower seed butter.
My favorite brand of sunflower seed butter is SunButter. You can also use a nut butter but let’s take a moment to discuss why you might want to try sunflower seed butter.
The Nutrition of Sunflower Seeds
Tiny sunflower seed kernels are packed with protein, fiber, zinc, folate and vitamin B6, and vitamin E. They are loaded with B complex vitamins, essential for the healthy nervous system, and also supply iron, phosphorus, and zinc.
So making these tiny nutritional packages into a nut free butter is obviously a great idea.
How To Make Marble Fudge
1. Melt seed or nut butter in the microwave at 60 seconds or less intervals.
2. Stir until creamy, and pour into your container of choice.
3. Top dollops of creamy seed or nut butter on top and swirl with a toothpick.
4. Put the fudge in the freezer for at least an hour before trying to remove from a mold or cut into squares.
How to Store Marble Fudge
Keep the fudge frozen to keep the swirl top intact as the oil in the butter resists chilling and will fade in the refrigerator.
Why You'll Love This Fudge
In review, this no bake marble fudge recipe is:
- creamy dreamy
- high in protein and fiber
- easy to make
Other Healthy Fudge Recipes
Other Peanut Butter Recipes
Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie
Peanut Butter Marble Fudge
Chocolate Peanut Butter Brownies
Peanut Butter Cups
Peanut Butter Bars
Peanut Butter Frosting
Peanut Butter Ice Cream
Peanut Butter Mousse
Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie
Chocolate Peanut Butter Brownies (no bake)
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- 1 cup dark chocolate chips
- ½ cup seed or nut butter
- ¼ cup seed or nut butter (melted in microwave for 15 seconds)
- Either get out a silicon mold to make squares or line a loaf pan with parchment so it hangs over the two longer sides.
- Put the seed or nut butter and chocolate chips in a 2-cup pyrex measuring cup, and microwave for 60 seconds. Stir until melted. If chips remain, microwave again for 30 seconds.
- When fully blended, pour into either the loaf pan
- Pour into squares of a candy silicon mold.
- Melt the seed or nut butter in a pyrex measuring cup in the microwave, zapping it in 15 second increments and stirring between, all to prevent burning.
- Dollop on about ½ tsp of melted seed or nut butter on to each square or in even rows on surface of fudge in a loaf pan.
- Using a toothpick, make gentle swirls, to create a design merging the chocolate and seed butter.
- Freeze the pan or mold until chocolate is set - probably an hour or until you can get the squares out of the mold easily.
- You can keep fudge cut into portions frozen for 3 months in an air-tight container.