White Chocolate Strawberry Freezer Fudge Recipe
by Analiese Trimber
1Combine all ingredients (cacao butter, coconut butter, liquid stevia, vanilla extract, salt) in a double boiler and heat until melted, stirring frequently.
2Transfer mixture to an ice cube tray.
3Sprinkle freeze-dried strawberries onto each fudge cube. Place the ice cube tray in the freezer and let sit for at least 4 hours.·Then, store in the fridge, let thaw for a few minutes before enjoying.
Low Maintenance Keto (and Vegan) Dessert
I’m from the East Coast, and every summer my family would spend a week in Delaware at the beach. Vacation was always fun for many reasons, but especially because we got dessert every single night. Most of the time we’d make our way through the handful of ice cream shops at the beach, but sometimes we would go to this place called the Candy Kitchen when my dad felt like being extra sinful. The Candy Kitchen specializes in two things: salt water taffy and fudge. Both of them have more sugar in one piece than any human should consume in maybe two days’ time. This fudge is way too sweet for me nowadays, but I’d be lying if their treats didn’t inspire me to recreate them!
For my first foray into a healthified fudge, I decided to do a white chocolate version. To mimic that classic white hue, I combine cacao butter and coconut butter which makes it super creamy! This fudge is keto-friendly and the perfect dessert to eat if you don’t have many carbs left by the end of the day. If you’re using the Fresh n’ Lean keto delivery service, this easy-to-make fudge will add a little sweetness to your weekly meal plan.
I topped my fudge with a few freeze-dried strawberries, which gives it a fresh taste. To sweeten the fudge, I use liquid stevia. Be careful with this as too much stevia can be overpowering. I’d start with ¼ teaspoon and if you prefer your desserts sweetener, then add more.
This ketogenic fudge takes 10 minutes to make and then you just let it solidify and store in the freezer!