Keto Tahini Coconut Vanilla Fudge Recipe
Ah, Fudge. The idea of the chewing candy could bring you back to your childhood on the beach or the popular outings to a local candy store. But it's easier than you might think to prepare your own fudge, and this recipe for Tahini Coconut Vanilla Fudge is the proof.
And if the aromas of coconut and vanilla are not enough to include you in this recipe, there is another big pull. The no-bake dessert is keto-compliant, as long as you do not bake it with traditional maple syrup, but with sugar-free maple syrup. With the natural flavors of vanilla and coconut, you will not even miss the added sugar. (In addition, your friends will beg for a second piece, regardless of whether they follow the keto diet or not.)
In addition to the natural flavors, this fudge contains coconut butter and coconut oil. Yes, the ingredients increase the coconut quality of the dessert, but they also provide a healthy dose of fats. This is ideal if you follow the high fat keto diet. Yes, this fudge is a treat, but the fats also help you to feel full and satisfied.
The best part of this recipe is that you do not even have to light the stove. Just mix the ingredients together, pour them into a box mold and cool the mixture. Before you know it, you have a decadent tray of fudge just waiting to be eaten.
Makes 18 servings
½ cup (128 g) Tahini (I used Artisana Organics)
½ cup (128 g) coconut butter (I used Artisana Organics)
2 tablespoons coconut oil, melted
3 tablespoons sugar-free syrup with maple flavor (I used Lakanto)
2 teaspoons of vanilla extract
¼ teaspoon fine sea salt
2 tbsp unsweetened grated coconut, toasted
How to do it
- Lay out a parcel with a parcel of 8 x 4 inches (or keep a silicone mold for sweets). Combine tahini, coconut butter, coconut oil, maple syrup, vanilla and salt in a large bowl. Stir until well mixed. Distribute evenly in the box form.
- Sprinkle with roasted coconut and lightly press. Leave to cool for at least 2 hours.
- Leave it at room temperature for 5 minutes before chopping it to pieces. Store leftovers in the refrigerator or freeze.
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