Vegan Chocolate Chunk Brownie Batter Fudge Squares made with 6 grain-free and gluten-free ingredients for an easy and healthy homemade brownie batter recipe!
I don’t know many people who would say no to some brownie batter fudge.
Especially when the fudge is made with only 6 ingredients and has what may be one of the best products I have added to my desserts in a long time.
Last month you saw that Hu Kitchen launched their new gems and let me just tell you, they are insane. Believe the hype friends. I have been waiting for this product to launch in what feels like FOREVER and they are finally here! My days of chopping up their bars like a crazy person are slowing down. Now we have these new baking gems to use (think chocolate chips but sweetened with organic coconut sugar).
You can find them on their website right now (code RACHL for free shipping) and they act the same as chocolate chips do and they also melt beautifully. I made banana bread with them and was obsessed with the perfectly melted chocolate gems on top. Or you can also just snack on them by the handful like I have been doing as I walk by the pantry 10x a day..
Edible brownie batter? Mmmmkay, yes please!
Let’s chat more about this FUDGE though. After I shared the cookie dough fudge squares a couple months ago, you guys have been asking for brownie batter fudge now too. I don’t blame you – there is something that is always dreamy about making and eating some fudge. And when it tastes like raw brownie batter.. that is an added bonus.
This batter is made out of all plant-based, gluten-free and paleo ingredients too. I sweeten the batter with maple syrup and the Hu Kitchen Gems. The base is a mix of almond flour, coconut flour, cacao powder then some coconut oil. It is too easy!
I hope you guys love this recipe and the baking gems as much as I do. Keep the extra in the freezer so you have a constant stash of brownie batter fudge at hand at all times… trust me 😉
Vegan Chocolate Chunk Brownie Batter Fudge Squares
- In a medium mixing bowl, add the almond flour, cacao powder, coconut flour, maple syrup and coconut oil and mix well until a dough forms (a spoon works, you don't need food processor!)
- Fold in dark chocolate and mix again
- Add to a greased 8x8 baking dish or loaf pan (I like lining with parchment paper for easier removal)
- Add to freezer for 2 hours then slice and enjoy
*Store leftovers in the fridge for 1 week or freezer for a couple of months