{allergy friendly} Chocolate Fudge

A friend put in a special request for fudge the other day. How could I turn her down??

2/3 C. Coconut Milk {this kind}
1 2/3 C. Sugar
1 1/2 C. Mini Marshmallows
1 1/2 C. Chocolate Chips {this kind}
1 tsp. Vanilla

You'll also need something to grease your pan. I used my Spectrum Organic Shortening. Earth Balance would also work, or some coconut oil.

Heat coconut milk and sugar in a sauce pan until it boils.
Boil the milk and sugar mixture for five minutes. Boil at medium-high, or perhaps even a bit lower. You want a nice, calm boil. Not a rapid boil.
Remove the mixture from heat and stir in marshmallows, chocolate, and vanilla.
Stir very well, until all ingredients are melted and thoroughly combined.
Pour warm fudge into a greased 8x8 baking dish, or smaller. {A smaller dish will result in thicker fudge, like what you see in the image above.}
Allow the fudge to cool completely before cutting into it.

I shared this recipe on: Allergy Free Wednesdays


  1. Totally trying this on Saturday :)

  2. I know it's what I always say, but I'd love to hear about your results if you try the recipe! :)

  3. WOW!!! How amazing is this fudge?! I'm a fudge lover and have made something "similar" before and at the whole plate....jeez..in like a day!


  4. I confess! We've made, and consumed, two batches since this post was written! The second time, I softened a dollop of peanut butter in the microwave and swirled it into the fudge once I had spread it into the dish :)

  5. Do NOT use light coconut milk with this recipe. the fudge will not set. however, if you do make it that way by accident, stir spoonfuls of it into coconut milk and warm over the stove for a delicious hot cocoa. YUM!


Thanks for your opinion, and for keeping things friendly! I aim to answer every question that is asked here on my blog, so feel free to leave your inquiries.

Please note that comments on posts older than five days require moderation. I do this so that I don't miss out on what you have to say! Nothing personal :)