Gluten-free Chocolate Peanut Butter Freezer Candy made with five simple ingredients for a healthy homemade fudge recipe.
I have some new FUDGE and candy for us friends! And this isn’t your usual homemade fudge recipe that melts in .5 seconds when you take it out of the freezer.
This Gluten-free Chocolate Peanut Butter Freezer Candy has a little crunch to it. And no added oil in the whole recipe.
It reminds me of fudge when you take a bite and it melts in your mouth but I like to think of it as a homemade candy recipe with a fudge-y twist to it.
We are using dark chocolate, creamy peanut butter, ground flaxseed and Wedderspoon’s Manuka Honey in this recipe.
And that is IT (besides the sea salt). It is truly one of the easiest desserts ever besides going to a store and buying something already made 😉
I love that this fudge combines chocolate and peanut butter and is still pretty low in sugar for fudge.
It also stays so well in the freezer so you can stash it there and snack on it as you like. I almost wanted to call this snacking candy but you don’t need me to tell you to snack on this – I know you well enough to assume you know to obviously!
I love using Wedderspoon’s Manuka Honey in recipes like this aka no-bake recipes. I add the honey in after I melted the chocolate and peanut butter together then I fold in the flaxseed meal. I add flaxseed to this to thicken it up a bit and also add some extra nutrients. As a mama-to-be, I have heard flaxseeds can help with milk supply (among so many other things for non-pregnant women) so why not? Plus you don’t even taste it – it is such a good addition.
I hope you guys enjoy this Gluten-free Chocolate Peanut Butter Freezer Candy as much as I do. Feel free to get creative with it and switch up the nut butter and add in some crunchy cereal or oats or anything you are craving. The possibilities are endless!
Gluten-free Chocolate Peanut Butter Freezer Candy
- In a small saucepan, add the dark chocolate and peanut butter and melt over medium to medium/low heat
- Stir the chocolate mixture until fully melted then remove from heat and add in the honey and mix again
- Add in the flaxseed and stir well to combine
- Pour into a bread pan lined with parchment paper (makes for easier removable) then spread evenly
- If you'd like to swirl peanut butter, add 5 teaspoons of peanut butter across the bread pan then swirl with a knife or toothpick
- Sprinkle sea salt on top and add to freezer for 1 hour to set
*Fudge will stay good in freezer for 2 months
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