Dark Chocolate Walnut Fudge

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Dark Chocolate Walnut Fudge Recipe
There are days when dessert doesn’t even cross my mind, then there are days when chocolate and all things sweet consume 90% of my thoughts.  Yesterday was one of those days!  To satisfy my chocolate consumed mind, I whipped up a batch of dairy-free dark chocolate walnut fudge paired with a glass of Silk Nutchello and it was by far the best decision I made all weekend.  The hardest part of this dark chocolate walnut fudge recipe is the waiting game because you’ll be ready to dig in as soon as you see it.
dark_chocolate_walnut_fudge2WHAT YOU NEED:

3 cups dark chocolate chips or 24 oz. baking chocolate (dairy free)
1.5 cups coconut milk
1 cup powdered sugar
1/2 cup chopped walnuts
1 tbs cocoa powder
1 tsp vanilla extract
Dark Chocolate Fudge RecipeWHAT YOU DO:

Step 1:  Pour the coconut milk into a skillet and heat on low heat until warm, whisking occasionally.
Dark Chocolate Fudge RecipeStep 2:  Once coconut milk is heated, mix in the powdered sugar, cocoa powder, and vanilla, then whisk until evenly combined.
Dark Chocolate Walnut FudgeStep 3:  Stir in chocolate chips and continue until melted.  Whisk entire mixture together, then add walnuts.
Dark Chocolate Fudge RecipeStep 4:  Pour entire mixture into 8×8 baking dish and flatten.  Allow to cool, then continue cooling in fridge for 1-2 hours until mixture becomes somewhat firm.  Cut dark chocolate walnut fudge into bite size squares and serve.
Dark Chocolate Walnut Fudge RecipeThis dark chocolate walnut fudge pairs perfectly with a cold glass of Silk Nutchello over ice.  The new dairy free dark chocolate & walnut flavor couldn’t be a more perfect match, hence the name!  Imagine my excitement when I came across this at Walmart!  It’s only 90 calories per serving, which makes for a nice little afternoon snack made of real ingredients.  Now I can finally ease my mind of those chocolate thoughts!Silk Nutchello Dark Chocolate WalnutDo you have a favorite chocolate dessert?  Be sure to try one of these the next time you crave an afternoon delight!

32 thoughts on “Dark Chocolate Walnut Fudge

  1. Ashleigh

    Ok so this dark chocolate walnut fudge recipe looks amazing and something I know the fam would love! Thank you for sharing such a wonderful treat recipe!

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  2. tiara

    First the fudge sounds amazing, but I really want to try the Silk Nutshell. I keep seeing it in the store. One of these days I have a feeling it will jump in my cart!

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