Thursday, 16 June 2011


So since we were having left overs today for dinner (great part of making chili :) ) I told my roommate that i would make any dessert she wanted and she asked for FUDGE!!!!!

Me, never having made vegan fudge before decided this was the perfect opportunity to make multiple types of vegan fudges resulting in:

aka fudge-a-mania!!!!
So I made peanut-chocolate fudge (far right), vegan Cora's fudge (brown sugar fudge) (far left), and the all out voted winner vegan classic chocolate fudge (middle)

of course Suki wanted to be a part of this photo-shoot:
Peanut Chocolate Fudge

  • 1 Cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 1 Cup peanut butter
  • 3/4 Cup maple syrup

Melt the chocolate chips with the peanut butter and maple syrup in a double boiler over medium heat, stirring continually until smooth. Pour into a dish lined with parchment paper; refrigerate 6 hours to overnight before cutting to serve.

Vegan Cora's style Fudge (aka brown sugar fudge)

3 Cups brown sugar
2/3 Cup vegan margarine 
2/3 Cup Bel-soy cream 
1 Cup icing sugar 

Butter a 6" x 10" pan. 
In a saucepan, mix brown sugar, Bel-soy and margarine. Bring to boil.
Let the mixture boil for about 5 minutes.  
Remove fudge from heat. Stir in icing sugar with a whip or electric mixer.  
Beat until creamy. Pour into buttered pan. 
Chill until firm and cut into squares.

Classic Chocolate Fudge
6 Tbsp vegan margarine
3 1/2 Cups icing sugar
1/2 Cup cocoa powder
1 tsp vanilla extract
1/4 Cup vegan milk (I used oat milk)

  • Lightly grease a 5x9-inch loaf pan using a little of the margarine.

  • Place the remaining margarine, sugar, cocoa, vanilla, and soy milk in a heatproof mixing bowl, or the upper part of a double boiler.

  • Place the bowl or boiler over simmering water and stir until smooth.

  • Pour the mixture quickly into the prepared pan.

  • Chill thoroughly and cut into squares.

  • Chill at least one hour, but for best results chill overnight as the fudge will be firmer and more like regular fudge.

  • We also had people over again for dinner and they really enjoyed the vegan chili and cornbread muffins so if you are trying to please omnivores I highly recommend these recipes!!!!

  • I am going to bring some of the fudge to the office for my co-workers to try... they have finally figured out I can make anything vegan :) and the rest we will give to people in our apartment building (still trying to meet everyone and befriend them).

  • Suki didn't want to be left out again :) and obviously wanted to partake in this delicious experiment of vegan fudges!

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