Warning: Declaration of StatigramWidget::widget($args) should be compatible with WP_Widget::widget($args, $instance) in /var/www/app/wp-content/plugins/instagram-image-gallery/plugin.php on line 0
Oh Fudge

Oh Fudge


We don’t say “potty words” around here. There’s no need for “ear muffs”. (If you’ve seen the movie Old School that will make sense.) We just say “fudge” instead of other not so appropriate words.

See this situation?


“Oh fudge.”

I know, I was upset too. I used up the last of my favorite Hershey’s Special Dark Cocoa Powder last week.


And since we’re “staying in” and all (and my stock up and save Amazon order is due this week), we’re not doing anything about it. Let’s just make the best of the situation shall we?


That’s more like it. Smile

I have so many fun things to share this week and it’s starting tonight with some fudge! I’m feeling a little bit better today after a LONG day of America’s Finest City half marathon race recovery yesterday. It’s amazing what a full night of 8 1/2 hours of sleep can do.

Remember that delicious chocolate fudge I was eating all last week?

Well, I do. In fact, I can’t stop thinking about it and how amazing it was and how many different versions I want to try.


That also happens to be the reason I’m out of my favorite cocoa powder. But, it was worth it. I got the recipe from Chocolate Covered Katie. I was all about experimenting with healthy desserts last week so I didn’t indulge before the race.

I tried this fudge once and then of course had to experiment a couple more times with different ingredients. Now I’m out of ripe bananas (and the cocoa) though so I’m taking a little break.

It probably won’t last long, but long enough to share the few variations I tried.

All these variations are inspired from the original recipe of

Chocolate Covered Katie’s Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge.


Better’n Peanut Butter Chocolate Fudge


1/2 ripe banana

2 tablespoons Better’n Peanut Butter

2 tablespoons Artisana Organic Coconut Butter

2 tablespoons Hershey’s Special Dark cocoa

pinch of salt

Mix all together in bowl until smooth. You can use a blender or food processor, but if you’re like me and have sleeping children that God forbid you better not wake up, mixing by hand (or fork) works just fine. Smile

Cover and freeze.


Feel free to eat right out of the bowl.


Super rich. Super dark. Super fabulous!


What the? What can I say? (“Oh fudge” perhaps?) It was THAT good, I couldn’t even wait.

Recipe note- You can add additional sweetener if you want. I didn’t think it needed it, but everyone’s tastes are different and having a really ripe banana is key.

This entire thing has about 380 calories and 20 grams of fat (the good fat though).

The second time I tried it with SunButter.

SunButter Chocolate Fudge


Really Andrew? Way to block my shot. His response, “This isn’t a photo studio, this is a kitchen.”


1/2 ripe banana

2 tablespoons SunButter

2 tablespoons coconut butter

2 tablespoons cocoa powder

pinch of salt.


I didn’t do as well of a mixing job. If only they had a silent Magic Bullet. Ha!

This one was higher in fat and calories than the other version (about 480 calories and 37 grams of fat) because of the different nut butter. It also hardened up a little more. I had to cut it into chunks which made it more like eating frozen fudge cake (or cubes).


Oops. It didn’t stop this from happening though. Ha ha ha!


Same shirt, different night. (I wear that shirt a lot don’t I?)

Just look how cute (the FUDGE- not the shirt).


I want some right now. Smile

I also tried the following variation, but didn’t take any pictures.


Lighter Almond Chocolate Fudge

1/2 ripe banana

2 tablespoons unsweetened applesauce

1 tablespoon almond butter

1 tablespoon coconut butter

2 tablespoons of cocoa powder

pinch of salt

Splenda packet


This version did the trick although the other two versions were better. I liked that I could eat the whole thing (which I most definitely did) for about 310 calories and 18 grams of fat. I had to add a little sweetener to it though. It wasn’t as rich and didn’t set as well, but it was still really good.


I can’t wait to try it with Naturally More and some PB2. Hopefully these bananas will ripen up soon.


For those of you who didn’t win the book giveaway, I have a little something for you coming up later this week having to do with some balls. He he!

And if you missed it, the winner was announced in my America’s Finest post.

Okay, hope you had a great day! Off to find a quick dinner around here to eat while I watch a little of The Bachelor Pad.

Hey, I bet they have to edit a lot of inappropriate words on that show.

If only they said “Oh Fudge” instead. 

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...


  1. 1

    oooh I LOVE fudge! Congrats on your run my lady! Something I don’t think I could EVER do! you are truly amazing!!…and even tho it’s one in the morning..I want to eat fudge..now.. 🙂

  2. 2

    that looks insanely good!

    i love fudge and make my own coconut oil chocolate very similar to that
    a million tweaks that you can add but my recipe is uber basic and then you can branch off

    love that you used sunbutter…YUM!

  3. 3

    Oh my goodness that looks insanely delicious, I can’t wait to try it! And for only that many calories, that’s awesome. One day I need to dedicate a Stuft Mama day solely to making all your delicious recipes! 😉

  4. 4
    Erin says:

    What has been your favorite fudge recipe so far? I’m going to buy some coconut butter this weekend so I can try.

    • 4.1
      STUFT Mama says:

      Erin- well, my favorite recipe so far is this one- http://stuftmama.com/2011/09/01/my-new-obsession-chocolate-fudge-pie/ . I like it with peanut butter or with PB2 and then add a little almond or soymilk. I like this version because I feel like I can eat the whole thing. You will LOVE coconut butter. They have it at Jimbo’s. The other original version is REALLY good too, but it has about 200 more calories in it. I can’t taste that much of a difference so I go with the lower calorie option. Super rich and satisfying. 🙂


  1. […] inspired me to come up with this little beauty. It’s different from my other fudge recipes (Oh Fudge and Chocolate Fudge Pie) because it doesn’t have the coconut butter and saves about 100 or so […]

  2. […] lately like drizzling it on my salad or adding in my café Americano. I also use it in my original Oh Fudge recipe. Artisana has this good little description of the difference between coconut butter and […]

Leave a Reply to STUFT Mama Cancel reply


© 2011-2021 STUFT Mama All Rights Reserved