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No-Bake Dessert 3-Ingredient Fudge Cups Recipe-
In Just 5 Minutes
We are thrilled to this partner with our friends at Nocciolata to share this delicious, no-bake, 5-minute fudge recipe. Almost too good to be true, Nocciolata Dairy Free Organic Hazelnut & Cocoa Spread is vegan, gluten-free, made from all natural ingredients, with no added preservatives, colors, additives, or artificial sweeteners. Rigoni di Asiago's Nocciolata Dairy Free combines hazelnuts, fair trade cocoa and cocoa butter, natural vanilla extract, and raw cane sugar for a GMO-free, chocolate-hazelnut spread that we can't get enough of in this house!
3-Ingredient Nocciolata Fudge Cups Recipe
[Adapted by Nocciolata from thebigmansworld.com]Ingredients
2 Cups Nocciolata Dairy Free
1/2 Cup Coconut Oil
1/4 Cup Pure Maple Syrup
Sea Salt (optional)
- Line a 12-count muffin tin with six-muffin liners.
- In a microwave safe bowl or on the stovetop, melt Nocciolata Dairy Free with coconut oil. Remove from heat and stir in pure maple syrup.
- Divide mixture evenly among 6 lined muffin cups. Place in the freezer for 2 minutes to allow fudge to firm up.
- Store fudge in the fridge. Enjoy!
This recipe was provided courtesy of Nocciolata.
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