18 Vegan Fudge Recipes
Looking for the best vegan fudge recipes? This post has got you covered! Here you’ll find the tastiest, easiest fudge, in a variety of different flavours. There’s something for everyone, including top 8 allergen-free fudge, 2-ingredient fudge, slow cooker fudge and freezer fudge.
No-bake fudge is one of the earliest recipes I posted on my blog and I have been loving it ever since. Traditionally, you need to use condensed milk and a candy thermometer but there are so many ways to make it without. Some of the recipes I’ve included in this round-up post do use vegan condensed milk but most of them are made without. In fact, the majority are no-bake recipes with very minimal, simple ingredients. Prepare to be amazed!
I hope you love all of these vegan fudge recipes and if you make one of them yourself, please let me know how you get on. Enjoy! xo
A 3-ingredient recipe for soft, melt-in-your-mouth vegan peanut butter fudge. There’s no baking required to make this and it’s super easy to whip up!
Dairy-free melted white chocolate mixed with Biscoff spread equals a beautifully creamy and delicious fudge! This one is perfect for little helpers in the kitchen because it contains very minimal steps and only 2 ingredients.
This is a perfect harmony between chocolate and peanut butter. This creamy 2-ingredient fudge will surely blow your taste buds away. It is perfect to keep in the fridge or freezer for when you’re looking to satisfy your sweet tooth!
Pecan pie but in fudge form! This easy recipe is packed with protein and sweetened with maple syrup too, making it a healthier alternative to regular fudge.
You won’t believe how rich, creamy, and chocolatey this vegan fudge is! It tastes just like the beloved Ferrero Rocher but is dairy-free and vegan! It requires just 5 main ingredients, is super easy and quick, and stays fresh for a long time!
This fudge is flavoured with maple syrup and tahini and is set in the freezer rather than the fridge. It contains just 3 ingredients and can be made in around 1 hour.
You can’t get a tastier flavour match than mint and chocolate, can you?! This vegan fudge recipe is paleo-friendly and oil-free too.
If you’re looking for a fudge recipe for the festive season, this is the recipe for you. Flavoured with candy canes and peppermint extract, this fudge would make the perfect edible gift.
9. Walnut fudge
A healthier fudge recipe with crunchy walnuts throughout. It’s made with natural ingredients like dates and it only takes 5 minutes of prep!
This chocolate mousse fudge looks so creamy and decadent! It’ll last in the fridge for up to 30 days, making it perfect for advanced snack prepping.
If you love the combination of sweet and salty then you’ll love this maple pecan fudge. It can be made in just 40 minutes and is perfect for a sweet snack or dessert.
12. Chocolate fudge
You can’t get more classic than this tasty chocolate fudge. It’s free from the top 8 allergens, meaning anyone can enjoy it!
This coconut oil fudge is a decadent bite made with only 3 simple ingredients. It’s perfect as a breakfast, dessert, or anytime snack because its ingredients are good for you!
White chocolate and cranberries make the perfect match for this vegan fudge. This is another great recipe for the festive season but it can of course be enjoyed all year round.
15. Praline fudge
A Southern US-style treat that melts in your mouth, this praline fudge is sure to impress a crowd. Just 5 ingredients are needed to make it.
This avocado mint fudge is made with raw avocado, banana, coconut oil, maple syrup, cacao nibs, and peppermint extract. These creamy bars are perfect for the holidays or as a guilt-free indulgent but healthy snack.
Did you know you can make fudge using a slow cooker? This one uses vegan condensed milk for a creamy, dairy-free treat that tastes just like the traditional version.
A classic flavour combo, this chocolate orange fudge is sure to be a crowd pleaser. You’ll never know it’s vegan!
18 Vegan Fudge Recipes
The best and easiest fudge recipes without dairy.
That’s all for now! I hope you enjoy these delicious vegan fudge recipes. If you make any of them yourself at home, please leave a comment to let me know how you get on! xo