Recipe Review-Maple Freezer Fudge

A couple of weeks ago, I made Maple Freezer Fudge from Healy Real Food Vegetarian (yes, I’m Paleo, but I love me some vegetarian websites, I probably eat more vegetables than a vegetarian). I really liked that the recipe had very few ingredients and was quick to make! I’m a big fan of recipes that I can throw together in 20 minutes, and that I always have ingredients on hand for.

It was good, but it didn’t really satisfy my desire for fudge. It really did taste very coco-nutty, which I’m totally fine with, but I would call it coconut freezer fudge. I added a chocolate drizzle (Enjoy Life), just because I felt like it might dress it up, but other than that, I followed the recipe exactly.

I love the idea of the recipe – so I could see maybe doubling the batch and using the same size pan so it’s thicker, and experimenting with ingredients. Maybe a little less coconut oil, and add melted Enjoy Life chocolate for a chocolate fudge.

Also-extremely sweet!photo 1 (25)photo 2 (26)

Allergen Free Chocolate Chips

I’ve seen these allergen free chocolate chips at the commissary in the health food section before, but have always been suspicious that they would taste awful. I decided to buy a bag and see for myself, and I’m so glad I did! They are fantastic and taste exactly like any other chocolate chip I’ve ever bought. The only catch is that they’re free of all the junk ingredients and the eight most common allergens. I highly recommend!

They have a variety of other products (and coupons!) on their website if you have friends or family that have food allergies: