Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge

This recipe is about to blow your mind. 10 Minute Fudge, packed with healthy fats and protein, and no cooking required. Most importantly, I have kicked out all your normal ‘quick fudge’ culprits. There is:

  • No sweetened condensed milk or evaporated milk
  • No chocolate frosting
  • No confectioners’ sugar
  • No butter

Gluten Free Fudge made with Soft Tofu and Crackers in 10 Minutes

Instead, we’re grinding up some delicious gluten-free crackers with creamy peanut butter, soft protein-packed tofu and melted chocolate. Have you guys ever heard of cracker fudge? It’s basically fudge made with soda crackers ground into breadcrumbs. As soon as I tasted these original gluten-free crackers with flax, I knew their fate should be something that appreciated their crumbly texture. The flavor is perfectly salty and the flax seed flecks are a healthy perk. Along with the tofu and peanut butter, it gives the fudge a perfect texture. You won’t be able to tell that this is Healthy 10 Minute Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge- and you’ll be happy that it’s healthy when  you accidentally eat 4 servings in one sitting.

Easy Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge

I received free samples of Breton Gluten Free Original with Flax & Breton Gluten Free Herb and Garlic crackers from Dare Foods Incorporated mentioned in this post. By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by Dare Foods Incorporated and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge (makes 24 servings)

  • 4 oz Breton Gluten Free Original with Flax crackers
  • 1/2 cup creamy peanut butter
  • 1/2 block (7 oz) soft tofu
  • 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips

In a food processor or blender, process the crackers until powdery and finer than bread crumbs. By hand or with the food processor/blender, combine the cracker crumbs with peanut butter and tofu.

In the microwave, melt chocolate chips until 1/2 melted and then stir the chocolate until it is fully melted. Blend the chocolate into the rest of the fudge mixture until very well combined.

Once the mixture is smooth, you can either press it into an 8×8 pan lined with parchment paper or divide the mixture into 6 muffin tins for mini fudge cakes. Refrigerate for at least 10 minutes to allow the mixture to firm up further, and then slice into desired shapes.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge

Serve with sliced strawberries, or just a perfect sweet dessert that works as finger food. This is an easy gluten free recipe that everyone will enjoy!

Marisa

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Comments

    • Marisa says

      I know… I was really craving chocolate and found a way to make it happen! Thanks for appreciating my crazy concoctions!

    • Marisa says

      Hearing that from you is humbling!! Thanks Kylie- glad to know I always have you as a tofu + chocolate dessert fan.

    • Marisa says

      Yeah…. I try! Sorry for going all un-paleo on you again. Maybe almond meal would create a similar consistency- I’ll try that next time!

    • Marisa says

      I never make it either even though it is one of my favorite desserts, but it is usually such a pain! I’m so happy I found a healthier shortcut to fudge.

    • Marisa says

      Thanks love! I get my inspiration from wonderful bloggers around me like you to try new things and be bold with my tofu obsession ;)

  1. Donna says

    This looks delish! I’m in the market for a good quality ( but not too expensive or large) food processor for Mother’s Day…got any suggestions? Sweet pic of you and your mom…

  2. Wendell Sharp says

    Marisa, this isn’t about food exactly but you must try to see the Parkington Sisters ( from Wellfleet) when they play in Denver May 28 at the Bluebird Theater. They are 4 very talented women from Cape Cod and we love them and you will too.

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