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Fitness Recipe: Vegan Salted Caramel Fudge

Do you regularly end up with a box of caramels in your basket at the store? Then it’s time to try making them at home. Preparation really, and the result is perfect. Mix cashew butter and sweet maple syrup Perfectly complemented by crunchy bits of salt. You can eat it as is, but it also tastes great if you let it melt into hot oatmeal.


  • 170 grams of cashew butter
  • 140 grams of maple syrup
  • 50 gm coconut oil
  • Coarse salt to taste

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Mix all ingredients together until smooth, except for the salt, ie cashew butterAnd Maple syrup And Coconut Oil.

Vegan Salted Caramel Fudge - Ingredients before mixing

Then get a square tray or Mold (we used 24 x 24 cm) and line the entire surface baking paper. Spread the mixture evenly in the mold and let it set in the mold Refrigerate for about an hour. If you don’t want to wait that long, put it in the freezer. This will shorten the hardening time by about half. Once done, remove the baking paper with the fudge from the tray and cut it into 20 equal pieces. Then sprinkle them with some Coarse salt And they are ready to serve. If you end up with some leftovers, be sure to store them in the refrigerator.

Vegan Salted Caramel Fudge
nutritional values 1 piece (total 20 pieces)
energy value 95 calories
protein 1.3 grams
carbohydrates 9 grams
Fats 6 grams

If you love store-bought caramel, you should definitely try this homemade one. The coarse sprinkled salt elevates it to a higher level.

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