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Maple Pecan Fudge – Paleo and Keto Friendly With Coconut Butter

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This maple pecan fudge is super simple to make and it tastes divine.

A plate of maple pecan fudge with text overlay.

The combination of maple and pecan has to be one of my most favorite fall/holiday — actually anytime — flavors. I’ve always loved maple fudge but adding the nutty buttery pecan is a fudge game changer.

A plate of maple pecan fudge.

This wholesome, nourishing, coconut butter fudge is quickly becoming a favorite treat in our house. If you’re looking for a delicious way to add more healthy fats into your diet then you’ve found your solution. This coconut butter fudge can be made without any dairy or refined sugar. Below I will share the recipe and how to make it to suit a paleo or keto way of eating.

A plate of maple pecan fudge.

Pecans Are a Healthy, Very Keto-Friendly Nut.

Pecans contain a generous amount of vitamins and minerals and they are high in healthy fats and low in carbohydrates. This makes them a great choice for any health-conscious person.

A plate of maple pecan fudge.

Preparing the Maple Pecan Fudge.

This recipe makes 30 small servings. Only 0.5 grams net carbs per serving for the stevia option! Full nutritional information is included in the recipe card.

Soften the coconut butter in a warm water bath or in the oven with the light on. Have the rest of the ingredients at room temperature. In a mixing bowl or your stand mixer, combine all the ingredients and whip with beaters or a whisk until the mixture is light and fluffy. Stop every minute or so to scrape down the sides of the bowl with a rubber spatula. This recipe should take about 3 minutes to whip up.

Line an 8 by 8-inch baking pan with parchment paper and pour the fudge into the pan. Smooth it down in an even layer. Refrigerate the fudge for about 1 hour or until it’s set up enough to cut. Cut the fudge into 30 equal portions and store them in the refrigerator. This fudge softens at room temp so keep it cool!

A plate of maple pecan fudge.

The most delicious combination of coconut and pecan butter with a sweet maple flavor.

Maple Pecan Fudge – Paleo and Keto Friendly With Coconut Butter

Yield: 30
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Chilling Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes

One of the best flavor combinations of all time — maple and pecan! This fudge is a healthy way to satisfy your cravings and get those nutrient-dense saturated fats!

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Soften the coconut butter in a warm water bath or in the oven with the light on. Have the rest of the ingredients at room temperature. In a mixing bowl or your stand mixer, combine all the ingredients and whip with beaters or a whisk until the mixture is light and fluffy. Stop every minute or so to scrape down the sides of the bowl with a rubber spatula. This recipe should take about 3 minutes to whip up.
  2. Line an 8 by 8-inch baking pan with parchment paper and pour the fudge into the pan. Smooth it down in an even layer. Refrigerate the fudge for about 1 hour or until it's set up enough to cut. Cut the fudge into 30 equal portions and store them in the refrigerator. This fudge softens at room temp so keep it cool!

Notes

Nutritional information for the butter/stevia option: 275 grams total fat, 61 grams total carbohydrate, 45 grams total dietary fiber, 29 grams total protein, 16 grams total net carbs or .5 grams per serving! I use the USDA food composition database to calculate the nutritional information. Your results may vary based on ingredients used.

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