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This creamy chocolate fudge is super tasty and loaded with chocolate, walnut and berries. When it comes to raw cookies, this one’s a game changer.

Here’s what makes this raw fudge special. It’s:

Original Recipe
Easy to make
& Healthy
100% Vegan & Raw

Despite its complicated look, you don’t have to be a professional chef to put this raw cookie together. I also love it because it comes with lots of healthy fats and it’s very low in sugar, which makes it super healthy. It’s perfect to enjoy without guilt and perfect for a low-carb way of eating (keto approved).

Pro Tip: This chocolate walnut fudge can be served as a delicious snack, a tasty recovery meal or a grab and go breakfast. Exercise caution because it’s known to be delicious and healthy.

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Chocolate Walnut Fudge (Vegan & Raw)

Prep Time: 20 mins
Cook Time: 0 mins
Fridge Time 6 hrs
Total Time: 6 hrs 20 mins
Servings: 9 big cookies
Author: Marcel Corbeanu
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This creamy chocolate fudge it’s super tasty, loaded with chocolate and berries and so easy to make. Plus it comes with lots of healthy fats and it’s very low in sugar.


Main Layer

  • 300 g walnuts
  • 5-6 tbsp extra virgin coconut oil
  • 5 tsp coconut sugar
  • 3-4 leaves fresh mint
  • skin orange (must be organic, grated)
  • 75 g dark chocolate (85% cacao, melted)
  • 1 tsp raw cacao powder
  • 1 tbsp cranberries

Top Layer

  • 100 g dark chocolate (85% cacao)
  • 1 handful cranberries + blackberries (other berries are fine as well)


Main Layer

  • Melt the chocolate in a double boiler and let it cool down on the counter.
  • Add everything into a blender except for the berries. That’s the walnuts, coconut oil, melted chocolate, coconut sugar, mint, orange skin and raw cacao).
  • Mix until you obtain a thick batter.
  • Pour batter into a flat dish and add in berries. Gently mix using a spatula until the berries have combined into the batter.
  • Transfer in the fridge and let it sit for a few hours to solidify.

Top Layer

  • Melt chocolate in a double boiler, using low temperature. Take your time, you don’t want to boil the chocolate, instead you want to melt it slowly (it doesn’t take more than a few minutes though).
  • Remove the main cookie layer from the fridge and pour the chocolate paste on top of it.
  • Decorate with berries and place again in the fridge until the chocolate layer has solidified.
  • When ready, remove from fridge and cut into desired sizes. Transfer on a plate and enjoy as it or alongside your favorite coffee or tea.


Only use the skin from an organic orange. The skin of conventional grown oranges (and other citrus fruits) is loaded with pesticide residue that you want to AVOID.
More chocolate will solidify the cookie even more, while using less chocolate will keep it more "fudgy".
Course: Breakfast, Dessert
Cuisine: Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Raw Food, Sugar-Free, Vegan
Keywords: blackberries, chocolate, cranberries, low-carb fudge, walnuts
Marcel Corbeanu

Marcel Corbeanu

Hi, I'm Marcel! I'm a health coach, I write about health and wellness and I love cooking healthy food with fresh and simple ingredients.


  • Sam says:

    Wow this fudge looks amazing!! Look at that stack! I can’t wait to try this recipe. And it’s vegan!

  • David says:

    This fudge looks so good, can practically taste the pictures! The berries and the nuts bring some great nutrition to the pictures, and the taste, too. I didn’t know you could make a vegan fudge that would be so rich!

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