Vegan Chocolate Fudge - Better late than never

Vegan Chocolate Fudge - Better late than never

Love is in the air at Hummingbird, year-around. We love organic food. On Valentine's Day this year, one of our Birds wanted to wow the rest of us, and she did. Kara, our Farm Connections & Sourcing Manager, set out to make vegan chocolate fudge for all her co-workers. Using just six or seven ingredients from her own Hummingbird pantry she combined, melted and poured this fudge out and let it cool for a couple of hours. She then proceeded to cut it up in bites and popped a few pieces into some delightful little pink heart topped boxes. Then she sneaked into the office on Sunday, placed all the fudge boxes into the breakroom fridge and sent out an email Valentine's note. Organic Vegan Chocolate Fudge - here is the recipe! We wish we could have posted this before Valentine's Day!



  • This recipe was adapted from the blog titled, Texanerin Baking, with her permission. Erin is a baking obsessed Texan that creates a mix of gluten-free, grain-free, paleo and some 100% whole grain treats that have been made healthier but don’t taste like it!
  • Find the Directions on her Blog - Paleo Vegan Fudge.
  • Kara topped her fudge with Organic Peanuts grown in Georgia, (she roasted them herself), zest of Organic Navel Orange, and Organic dried rose petals.
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KT, The directions are below the larger image. So just scroll down further. or link to the directions here –

Hummingbird Wholesale

I see the ingredients, did I miss the instructions?


This fudge was delicious!
If you want to make this recipe, be sure to use full-fat canned coconut milk. Reduced fat or coconut milk in a carton won’t work.

DeAnn Herringshaw

I’m so glad that you all enjoyed it! Your version came out looking great. :) Thanks for the shout-out!


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