Recipe by Rorie Weisberg

Coconut Chocolate Fudge Squares

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Parve Parve
Easy Easy
9 Servings

No Allergens specified

If you’re absolutely craving a bedtime snack, these Coconut Chocolate Fudge Squares might be your best bet. Most sweet treats cause insulin to spike, even when they contain healthy sweeteners, like the honey in this recipe. The difference here is the coconut butter, which counteracts the effects of the honey and helps balance your hormones for a deeper, sweeter sleep.


Main ingredients

  • 1/8 teaspoon Tuscanini Sea Salt

  • 1/2 cup raw honey or natural sweetener of choice (see note)


Prepare the Squares


Heat a medium saucepan over low heat. Add coconut butter, cocoa powder, vanilla, and sea salt.


Mix well as the coconut butter melts. Slowly add the raw honey and mix until combined.


Pour the warm fudge into greased eight-inch (20-centimeter) square pan. Cover and refrigerate.


Let the fudge refrigerate for four hours or until completely set. Cut into squares and serve at room temperature.

Prepare the Squares

Yields 18 small squares


Photography: Moishe Wulliger Food Styling: Renee Muller

Coconut Chocolate Fudge Squares

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3 years ago

Question Would love to make this recipe, can’t find coconut butter anywhere…. is it the same as coconut oil? Any specific company you recommend that I could find? And where?
Thank you!

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Rita Landa
Rita Landa
1 year ago

This is a bit deceiving title if u bake for a type 1 diabetic. Dates; light honey; real syrup even in tiny portions will spike your blood sugar. Honey for a diabetictic is just as bad as sugar.

Esther Leah
Esther Leah
Reply to  Rita Landa
1 year ago

This is constantly being overlooked. Honey, silan, agave, etc., are always being refered as “sugar free”. My argument is that many people who have diabeties are not always aware of what is good and bad for them. They see sugar free and they think, “oh good, I can eat that”. It is not only the source of the sweetner that is the problem, but the carbs involved that become sugar and spike the sugars. For people who want to eat “healthier” it is not a problem. For people with dietary restrictions, it should be addressed in a proper way. (By the way, also type 2 diabetics, not just type 1).

sarah donner
sarah donner
3 years ago

amayzing!!!!!!!!! was a huge hit!!!!!!!!
thank you!