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Peanut Butter Protein Fudge

Peanut Butter Protein Fudge | ediblesoundbites.com

It feels like a lifetime ago that I last made a post, but I'm back today. And this time I brought fudge. Without all the excess refined sugar, corn syrup, and butter of course.

This was my first time making healthy fudge, and now that I have a base recipe figured out it's definitely something I'm going to be experimenting more with. This one was a hit!

Peanut Butter Protein Fudge | ediblesoundbites.com

This protein fudge is the perfect satisfying treat or snack with it's creamy, soft + sweet characteristics. It literally melts in your mouth.

It starts with a base of honey, natural peanut butter, and a hit of pure vanilla extract...Just a few of my favourite things. The smell of this combination will have you salivating in anticipation. As hard as it may be, try not to stick your whole face in the bowl. Trust me it wont fit ;) 

Just make sure you use smooth peanut butter and not crunchy. You want the end result to be nice and thick and smooth.

Peanut Butter Protein Fudge | ediblesoundbites.com

Next we add in the protein powders. I used a combination of North Coast Naturals iso whey protein and brown rice protein, but feel free to use your favourite brand. The reason I used a combination of whey and brown rice protein powders is for texture. You can also substitute pea protein for the brown rice if you prefer.

You wouldn't want to use pea or brown rice protein as a base in your shake because of it's different smell and taste, but they both do excellent when blended with other ingredients; like in this fudge recipe. Just think of them as a protein powder to replace regular flour. They add a wonderful bready + doughy texture to sweet and savory recipes.

Peanut Butter Protein Fudge | ediblesoundbites.com

Easy as pie! Or fudge in this case.

The only thing that wasn't easy was taking these photos. You see you need to keep these in the fridge or freezer for good reason. It was a rather hot and humid day when I shot the photos and the fudge really is soft and doughy. Take a look at the photo below and you can see how the corners started to melt on me, not literally *melt*, but they did start to go south once I'd had them out of the fridge for a while.

It didn't make it any less delicious though! 

Peanut Butter Protein Fudge | ediblesoundbites.com

Peanut Butter Protein Fudge

Peanut Butter Protein Fudge | ediblesoundbites.com

by Jennifer Trennum

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Keywords: snack dessert gluten-free grain-free low-carb protein soy-free vegetarian protein powder peanut butter bars fudge

Ingredients (8 squares)


Line an 8x5" loaf pan with parchment paper and and lightly grease with coconut oil; set aside.

In a large bowl, stir together the honey, peanut butter, and vanilla extract with a rubber spatula.

Stir in the protein powders until you form a soft dough.

Once the dough is nice and evenly mixed, scrape the mixture into the prepared pan; press and smooth it out with the rubber spatula. Cover and refrigerate for at least 2 hours or overnight.

Once dough is firm, slice the fudge with a sharp knife into 12-16 pieces. Store covered in the fridge for two weeks or in the freezer for up to one month.

Peanut Butter Protein Fudge | ediblesoundbites.com

Stay tuned for more tasty treats! Have a good one!

Healthy Chocolate Chip Mug Cake

Dessert in the middle of the week.

Because these frigid temperatures are just not fair.

Healthy Chocolate Chip Mug Cake | ediblesoundbites.com

It's like -30 outside and snowing. And those snow banks just keep getiing bigger.

*Big Sigh*

Okay time to take a deep breath and bake something. I would much rather talk about baking than the weather anyway.

Healthy Chocolate Chip Mug Cake | ediblesoundbites.com

Maybe it's just me, but I feel like there can never be too many recipes that invole chocolate chips...and mug cakes. There are just so many variations. Like Katie's chocolate cake in a mug (that frosting just looks to die for). Mug cakes can either be cakey or have that sticky-fudgy texture that I personally love. 

After a few trials of my own, I landed on these almond-flecked, honey-kissed cakes.

Healthy Chocolate Chip Mug Cake | ediblesoundbites.com

They're fluffy and have that nice moist gooey-texture. Golden in colour, these little single serving mug cakes are reminiscent of chocolate chip cookies.

The cakes themselves are just barely sweetened but the dark chocolate adds a bit of healthy sweetness for good measure.

Healthy Chocolate Chip Mug Cake | ediblesoundbites.com

If you're looking for a healthy single-serving dessert, this is it.

Or if you're looking for a quick snack, this is it.

The nice thing about these is that they're gluten-free with a vegan option.

Healthy Chocolate Chip Mug Cake | ediblesoundbites.com

Healthy Chocolate Chip Mug Cake

Healthy Chocolate Chip Mug Cake | ediblesoundbites.com

by Jennifer Trennum

Cook Time: 1 - 1 1/2 minutes

Keywords: bake dessert snack almond flour chocolate honey maple syrup

Ingredients (1 mug cake)

  • 2 tablespoons oat flour
  • 2 tablespoons almond flour
  • tiny pinch sea salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 2 tablespoons almond milk
  • 1 teaspoon honey, or maple syrup, or coconut sugar
  • 1 tablespoon unsweetened applesauce
  • 1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • 1-2 tablespoons dark chocolate chips


In a small bowl, mix together the dry ingredients; oat flour through baking soda. Mix the wet ingredients into the dry, and stir to combine. Pour the batter into a lightly greased muf or ramekin. Microwave for 45 seconds to 1 minute on high.


Microwave times will vary depending on the wattage power of your microwave.

Nutritional Information

Serving Size: (1 mug cake) Calories: 230 Fat: 13.5g Saturated Fat: 3.6g Cholesterol: 0mg Carbohydrates: 24g Sugar: 11g Protein: 5g Sodium: 154mg

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