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Fudge Bombs

Posted by lotsalittlelambs

Fudge Bombs

This is just a really quick recipe that is easy to keep made up and in the fridge. Perfect to grab for a snack, desert, or at any time! We just call them chocolate squares… or fudge things.. but, I figured fudge bombs could be a more accurate name!


  • 1/3 cup water
  • 2/3 cup coconut oil
  • 1/4 cup powdered monk sweet +
  • 1/3 cup whey protein isolate
  • 1/3 cup collagen
  • 1/3 cup cocoa powder
  • 2/3 cup defatted peanut flour
  • 1/4 teaspoon real salt
  • 2 teaspoons peanut extract
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1/2 teaspoon butter flavor


Combine all and mix well! Sometimes I start with the water and oil, mix in the sweetener and collagen, then the dry, and lastly add the extracts. Other times, I’ve mixed all the dry ingredients, added all the wet, then mixed well.

Spoon batter into molds and place in freezer to harden for about 1/2 hour.

Pop out of molds. Place in bowl or container and refrigerate.


I store these in the fridge. But, if you aren’t going to consume these within a couple days, the freezer would be best. Just don’t eat straight from the freezer as you don’t want to break your teeth. ☺️

Here’s my You Tube video, too, for this recipe!

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11 thoughts on “Fudge Bombs

  1. Sharon

    I don’t have peanut butter extract, is there anything else you would recommend I use? Or could it be left out without affecting the taste much?

    1. lotsalittlelambs

      It enhances the flavor, but yes, if you don’t have it you could leave it out! If you have maple, caramel, any other extracts, they would be good in appropriate amounts.

      1. Katherine

        What about maple bacon? LOL! I bought that on a whim and haven’t figured out where to use it. I may try this.

        1. Katherine

          I meant maple bacon extract.

          1. lotsalittlelambs

            I bet it would be good!

  2. Rita

    Would this be considered a fuel pull?

    1. lotsalittlelambs

      No, this would be an S if following Trim Healthy Mama.

  3. Vicki Morrison

    Assuming powdered monk sweet + is different from monk fruit sweetener in granules? Should I measure it first and then blend it to a powder? Thanks!

    1. lotsalittlelambs

      Hi Vicky! I just powder the monk fruit sweet + in my blender. I keep some in a bag powdered. Measure afterwards.

      1. Vicki Morrison

        Thanks so much. I also just saw the product pictured on your page which is different from what I have. I went ahead and made it. My husband and I are not big peanut butter fans, but intense chocolate fans. Do you think it would work to double the cocoa and half the peanut powder in this recipe? His comment was that he couldn’t really taste the chocolate (before I put it in the freezer).

        1. lotsalittlelambs

          Hi, Vicky! Yes, I would try that and see what you think!

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