This 3 ingredient maple walnut freezer fudge is both low carb and delicious. Best of all, just one or two of these 3 ingredient treats will satisfy those sugar craving and fill you up too! 1.9g net carbs per piece.
I have such a sweet tooth. It’s my biggest downfall when it comes to losing weight. I’ve been trying all kinds of low carb cookie and candy recipes and the only ones that I really like are the coconut freezer candy ones. I make this chocolate peanut butter candy ALL THE TIME. I always have some in the freezer. But I thought it was time to expand my horizons. I remembered how one of my friends loved to get maple syrup and walnuts on her sundae. I thought that was so weird when I was little but now it sounds fantastic. So I’m forgoing the ice cream and making candy instead. This maple walnut freezer fudge only has coconut oil, raw walnuts and maple syrup. It’s yummy!
The first thing you want to do is put your raw walnuts into a small food processor like this and blend until it starts to turn into a butter. This may take up to 5 minutes. Then you add your maple syrup and coconut oil and blend for a few seconds more. It should look like it does below. If you don’t process your walnuts enough, it might be a bit chunkier but it will still taste fine. Walnuts seems to have a lot of oil/moisture and they don’t seem to make a flour like most nuts. That’s what makes it great for this recipe.
Then you take the mixture and spoon into silicone molds if you have them or in a small baking dish. I used a mold from the dollar store but I just got a mold like this. Then pop them into the freezer until they are done. I like to do it overnight to make sure they are solid enough to easily get out of the molds. Store them in a ziplock or other container in the freezer or refrigerator.
Maple Walnut Freezer Fudge
This does not make a huge batch. It made 15 pumpkin candies for me but I find them very filling though. You wouldn’t sit down and put away a handful of them. The coconut will really satiate your hunger. At most I eat 2 at a time.
Per 1 candy: 136 calories / 13.2g fat / 3g carbs / 1.1g fiber / 2.1g protein = 1.9g net carb
Maple Pecan Fudge (low carb, Paleo)
- 1 cup walnuts
- 1/4 cup coconut oil
- 1 Tablespoon pure maple syrup
Put your walnuts in the bowl of the food processor and blend until starting to make a walnut butter. This will take about 3-5 minutes.
Then add your coconut oil and syrup and blend until smooth and creamy.
Taste and add sweetener if you want it more sweet. Sometimes I add a bit of stevia and other times I keep it as is. Note if you add more syrup it will significantly increase the carb count.
Pour or spoon into silicon molds or a square baking dish.
Freeze over night and then cut and eat.
Store in the freezer. This made 15 pumpkin candies for me.
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