Keto Fridge Fudge

Fudge is the stuff of nostalgia. The fact is, however, it’s just a memory for most of us because of the high sugar content and unhealthy ingredients of typical recipes. But not this one…

This tempting keto fudge is just as creamy as you remember it, but with only five grams of carbs and a boost of collagen as well as healthy fats, this recipe is a keto dream. And with the goodness of Nuttzo keto butter, it’s got a satisfying crispy crunch. Keto living just got more delicious.

Servings: 13 one-inch cubes

Time In the Kitchen: 15 minutes

Cooling Time: ~ 2 hours



Melt and mix all ingredients in a double boiler (or bowl put over boiling water). Stir well.

Pour into mold or tray and refrigerate until solid.

Pop out of silicone cube container, and enjoy! Store covered in the refrigerator.

Nutritional Information (per piece):

  • Calories: 231
  • Carbs: 5.6 grams
  • Fat: 21.6 grams
  • Protein: 6 grams

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  1. Yummy looking! Wish there was a similar recipe sans nut-based product.

    1. Here ya go. I have not made them yet, so I can’t comment on taste or texture.

  2. Any chance we can have some suggestions of substitutes for the branded products in these recipes? They aren’t for sale here in the UK – or at least not unless I want to pay shipping double the price of the product.

  3. How can you say this is nearly zero carbs when the nutritional count says 5.6 g. carbs

      1. Absolutely agree and I have about had it with Mark’s ideas around carbs on keto…to the effect of thinking it’s time to move on. Plenty of other more realistic folks on the web. While I am spouting off, won’t miss the endless product positioning either.

  4. I’ve been following MDA on and off for 8 years. I bought Mark’s book but can hardly complain about product placement (see comments above) after 8 years of information. As for substitutes, look up Nutzo, after seeing what it is, you can pick your nut butter of choice. Same as far as I can see for a collagen powder (not sure if required or gives some texture) as I’m sure a mix of cocoa powder and collagen can serve as well. As for Keto, not everyone is measuring their ketones and for 6 carbs, I am sure many low carb chocolate addicts will give this a try!!