chocolate coconut fudge

Chocolate coconut fudge

There is nothing more delicious than a bite of creamy, sweet fudge! This chocolatey coconut fudge will satisfy your sweet tooth without making it ache from all that sugar. It’s 100% refined sugar free, vegan and made with wholesome ingredients.

For the base of this fudge we used Artisana’s organic coconut butter. Coconut butter is a wonderful alternative to regular butter because of it’s natural healing properties. Coconut also contains medium chain fatty-acids proven to enhance energy and even burn fat-all the more reason to indulge!

coconut butter

To make this fudge you will need:

2 cups of Artisana’s organic coconut butter

1/2 cup of TCHO 100% cocoa powder

4 tbsp. of Date Lady’s date syrup (can also add 1 tsp. of stevia if you like it sweeter)

2 tsp. of pure vanilla extract

1 tsp. of sea salt

1 cup of Earth’s Choice organic unsweetened finely shredded coconut

fudge ingredients (packaging)


Begin by melting the coconut butter in a sauce pot over low heat stirring occasionally. Once smooth, transfer to a large mixing bowl.

fudge ingredients

Add in all other ingredients and stir to combine. Press evenly into a small pan or container lined with parchment. Sprinkle some extra coconut on the top, cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate until firm.

fugde in pan

Once completely firm (at least 2 hours) carefully slice into small squares. Store in the fridge or freezer.


chocolate coconut fudge


apple crumble

The Easiest Apple Crumble

Since winter just doesn’t seem to want to let up here, the warming comfort foods continue! I can complain about the weather but I won’t complain about this. Apple crumbles are traditionally eaten for dessert but this one is the perfect energizing breakfast with a dollop of yogurt on top. This recipe combines just 5 ingredients, none of which are refined flour, sugar or butter!

The magic ingredient is Hippie Foods Quinoa Granola. Made with high protein super grains, healthy fats and natural sweeteners it’s delicious as part of this crumble or even on it’s own as a snack.


1 of your favourite apples, chopped into small cubes

1 tbsp. of lemon juice

1 tsp. of cinnamon

2 tsp. of Coconut oil (I like La Tourangelle unrefined)

11/2 cups of Hippie Foods Quinoa Granola

Optional: Greek Yogurt and extra fruit for topping

Serves: 2

Pre-heat your oven to 350°. Prepare two small ramekins by placing them in a 9×9 baking pan. Let coconut oil melt in a pot over medium heat. Chop apples and add them to the pot with the cinnamon. Toss a couple times.

apple in pot

Let the apples simmer over med-low heat until they have softened and lost some of their moisture (about 10 minutes).

Meanwhile, roughly the chop the granola.

chopping granola

Once the apples are softened and the granola is chopped you are ready to assemble! Start by spooning a layer of apples, followed by a sprinkle of granola. Layer all the way to the top with the granola being the final layer. Don’t worry if its overflowing, it will cook down.

aseembling crumble

Cover the whole pan with tin foil and pop in the oven for 40 minutes. WARNING: smells may attract neighbours!

After 40 minutes, remove the foil and let cook another 7-10 minutes until the top is browned. Top with yogurt and berries for breakfast or a scoop of vanilla ice cream for dessert!

apple crumble 2