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It's almost impossible to fudge up this simple freezer fudge made with olive oil, cashew butter, maple syrup and more.

Citrus Olive Oil Freezer Fudge


  • 1 cup cashew butter

  • 6 tablespoons citrus extra-virgin olive oil

  • 4 tablespoons maple syrup

  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

  • 1/2 teaspoon Himalayan sea salt

  • Toppings:

  • Bee pollen

  • Goji berries

  • Orange zest


  1. Add all ingredients to a medium-sized mixing bowl and whisk to combine.

  2. Adjust sweetness (by adding more maple syrup) or saltiness level according to your preference.

  3. Slowly add the mixture to silicon ice cube trays and scrape with a knife to ensure the mixture is level.

  4. Top with bee pollen, goji berries and orange zest. Place in the freezer for at least 2 hours to overnight.

Citrus Olive Oil Freezer Fudge




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- Today I'm gonna show you how to make citrus freezer fudge. These little babies are packed with benefits and they are so easy to make. There's no way you can fudge this one up. Let's get started. This recipe is super simple and at the end though it looks super fancy. So we're gonna start out with a cup of cashew butter. A little splash of vanilla extract. We got about four tablespoons of maple syrup, just to give it a little bit of that sweet kick. And then today we're gonna have about four tablespoons of olive oil. Two, three, four. And this is just a little bit of a spin on the coconut oil fudge that you're seein' all over, online these days. I like the olive oil substitution. That citrus is kind of a little surprise to any kind of guest that you're servin' it up to. These also make for a great midday snack 'cause they are loaded with healthy fats from the cashew butter and the olive oil. Alright, we're gonna whip this up. Make sure it's nice and smooth. Add a little hit of Himalayan sea salt. It's gonna pull out all of those flavors we have in there. Alright, looking good. And then we have our silicon ice tray. These are a lot better than the plastic ones because once they're frozen they're easy just to pop out. So spoon it on in. And then just fill these up to the brim, and then we're gonna get to decorating. And you want them all to be about the same amount of the fudge mixture so then they freeze the same amount of time. Alright, then we're just gonna take a spatula and even them out. Today we are decorating with goji berries and bee pollen. These babies are tiny but they are packed with nutrients. So we're just gonna do a little, four or five of the goji berries on each one. And have fun with this. You can mix up the toppings. And with the bee pollen we're just going to sprinkle it right on top. Bee pollen is packed with protein. And again just amazing nutrients that give these little fudge squares, put the benefits over the top. Alright, our fudge is decorated. We're gonna pop it in the freezer for about two hours or ideally overnight. Our fudge is frozen. We're gonna pop 'em out, and now plate 'em up. Just grab a knife and really carefully loosen up around the edges. There we go. And there you have it guys. Let's actually go in and give one of these babies a try. The texture is amazing. Subtly sweet. It almost melts away in your mouth. So there you have it, citrus freezer fudge. Who knew it was this easy to make fudge? You guys gotta give it a try.