Fudge Premium PD Recipe


Creamy smooth or loaded with magic fat-free NUTZ! We are celebrating guilt-free silky smooth organic plant-based PD Fudge. Oh my, how I wish I had this quick-prep, sugar-free, low-cal fix of chocolaty decadence to carry me happily over the hump of the Protective Diet 30-Day Detox. The texture is creamy and each bite is full of rich dark cacao. Do not be intimidated by the look of these beautiful chocolate nuggets. They are designed to be very deceiving, possibly guilt-evoking, and they might make friends question your dedication to optimal health. At last we can have our Fudge and eat it too!

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Comments (14)

  1. posted by diana r on February 9, 2016

    “Can’t wait to make this!! But: “Store Fudge refrigerated in a closed container up to five days.” I think it’ll be gone in 5 hours! Lol!!

  2. posted by lynsul on February 9, 2016

    I can’t wait to try this but I still have to order some soymilk and a starter and a yogurt maker before I do! Can I make yogurt in the Secura?

  3. posted by Judi Bryan on February 9, 2016

    OMG….I am so making this TODAY…I even have all the ingredients!!!!

  4. posted by Stephanie on February 9, 2016

    This recipe is easy to make. Dump in the blender, heat, and dump in a pan! How delish to be so simple!

  5. posted by Marie on February 10, 2016

    Just got to thinking this would make a great French silk pie filling.. Thanks for another awesome recipe!

  6. posted by Deni Marie on February 10, 2016

    The recipe calls for 1/2 of PD Nutz; and it says to add the half cup to the mix and remaining on top. Will all be used?

    • posted by Marie on February 10, 2016

      Deni Marie: Use 1/2 CUP Nutz in the mix & top with another 1/4 to 1/2 cup. It’s not the whole can.

  7. posted by maria on February 14, 2016

    I have made this three times this week. Family favorite. On my third batch we added 1 teaspoon of orange flavor. Tasted like the chocolate orange is used to eat at Christmas time.

  8. posted by CJ on February 17, 2016

    Yummy! I’ll be making this again. I could see this as a French Silk pie filling as Marie said. I think it is more of a dense rich moist brownie taste/feel or even a truffle filling. Those not on PD would be disappointed when they are expecting FUDGE but for those on PD – very satisfying AND healthy! I used the extra-firm since that is all I buy for other PD recipes.

  9. posted by psymjw on June 25, 2016

    I don’t have much of a sweet tooth, but when I do, this really hits the spot! Easy and delicious.

  10. posted by lmcleod on July 24, 2020

    This was such a treat to taste after making it. I could tell by licking the spoon that it would be delicious and it was. I agree it would make an amazing silk pie with a crust. I substituted cacao bits and it tasted like it had little nuts all through it. Quite sweet and satisfying. Thank you Julie!

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