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Dairy Free Gluten Free Peanut Butter Tahini Fudge

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Desserts made with peanut butter, tahini (aka sesame seed butter) are right up my alley, esp. when they are healthful and good for you like this fudge recipe which is refined sugar free, dairy free and naturally gluten free. It's smooth, amazingly delicious and simple to make. Coconut syrup was used to sweeten the fudge, but maple syrup would do the trick too. You can substitute cashew or almond butter for peanut butter.

  • 250 g Organic creamy peanut butter
  • 150 g Natural tahini / sesame butter
  • 80 g Coconut oil (or cocoa butter)
  • 40 g Coconut syrup
  • 1 tsp Vanilla paste
  • Pyramid-shaped or regular sea salt flakes (for decorating)
  1. Prepare a mini-muffin pan with a 24 cup capacity. Line with praline paper liners. Set aside. You can also use 12 standard-size silicone muffin cups or a mix of two.
  2. In a medium saucepan over low heat, add the peanut butter, natural tahini, coconut oil and coconut syrup.
  3. Mix with a rubber spatula until smooth. Remove from heat and stir in vanilla paste.
  4. Spoon into the prepared muffin liners and chill for a few hours or until firm. Sprinkle lightly with sea salt flakes and enjoy! The fudge can be stored in an airtight container for up to 1 week. | © 2020 | | © 2020 |


Dahn @savorthebest 9/5/20 04:43

This looks so good Angie, I have been on a tahini kick lately.

judee 9/5/20 06:30

Oh My Angie, these look absolutely decadent, and yet you still managed to keep them healthy! I can only imagine how good they taste.

Iwona 9/5/20 06:59

Amazing dessert :) I love peanut butter and tahini :)

Evi Erlinda 9/5/20 07:08

Looks so sweet and healthy!

Nancy Chan 9/5/20 14:42

These look like a yummy treat. Happy weekend.

Mae Travels 9/5/20 16:04

Those look delicious, but very high in fat and calories. Any kind of syrup is chemically the same as sugar. But we all need a sweet, fat treat sometimes.

be well... mae at

Jeff the Chef 9/5/20 16:10

What a fantastic combination: peanut butter and tahini. I'll bet this fudge is delicious.

Fran @ Gday Souffle 9/5/20 19:05

These mini-muffin desserts are so cute- they are also so small that I don't have to worry about gaining weight (maybe)!

Kitchen Riffs 9/5/20 19:38

This looks really, really good. Terrific recipe -- thanks.

Tanza Erlambang 9/5/20 21:13

healthy peanut butter...yummy

Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 10/5/20 01:17

Wow this is great I have tahini and had no idea what to do with it this is perfect! plus I love coconut!

Natalia 10/5/20 14:38

Yum! Look super cute abd so good, perfect for a gift!

Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 10/5/20 15:31

Mmmmm....I can never resist a peanut butter treat! And so fun made in those a Reese's without the chocolate! I'm game :)

Makeup Muddle 10/5/20 15:45

You always take the most beautiful photos Angie! Your photos always make me so hungry. I would love this fudge, I'm such a massive peanut butter fan so the idea of fudge is like heaven to me! xo

Catherine 10/5/20 16:30

Dear Angie. Peanut butter and fudge is a match made in heaven💕

SavoringTime in the Kitchen 10/5/20 16:35

Such delightful little treats, Angie and just what we need right now :) We love peanut butter too and the sprinkle of sea salt is perfect!

foodtravelandwine 11/5/20 03:01

It looks delicious and healthy!...super creamy and tasty!.........Abrazotes, Marcela

Nammi 11/5/20 07:38

wow. I have a bottle of tahini with no idea what to do with it. these look like a nice little treat to cheer me up these days

Pam 11/5/20 16:43

They look and sound so tasty!

Shades Of Silvie 11/5/20 17:13

I tried the recipe and omg! It was so good!! Thank you for that, its my new favourite dessert ❤️

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Have a lovely day 🌷

fimere 11/5/20 22:18

un gâteau parfait j'aime bien les grains de sésames
bonne soirée

Raymund 12/5/20 02:03

That looks like an amazing dessert! Definitely a must try

Marcellina 12/5/20 13:43

Yum! This looks so good! Not sure I could stop at one!

Roz | La Bella Vita Cucina 12/5/20 16:21

What a clever, creative and unique way to make peanut butter treats! Just the right size for a quick bite! Mmmm, and with peanut butter! Yum!

Pam 12/5/20 21:37

Great treat, Angie! We love peanut butter and this is a delicious way to use it! The molds are great too!

2pots2cook 13/5/20 08:14

Love tahini and it seems to be perfect energy bite ....

Evi 13/5/20 14:47

What a lovely vegan treat! Can't wait to try them :)

Catherine 13/5/20 17:54

These peanut butter cups look sooooo very good. I love peanut butter!!! xoxo Catherine

Juliana 14/5/20 02:52

OMG Angie, these peanut butter tahini fudge looks fabulous...I love the pictures of the teeth mark...yum!
Have a great rest of the week and stay safe!

Merryn 14/5/20 06:10

Oh yummy indeed, thank you for a classic healthy twist on a fete sold toffee. I am definitely making your version :D

Sherry's Pickings 14/5/20 06:53

these do sound tasty angie. i love tahini and i love peanut butter:) i really don't like the texture and feel of coconut oil so I'd have to use something else... hope you're keeping well.

All That I'm Eating 14/5/20 14:38

These look brilliant and I bet the tahini gives such a lovely flavour.

tigerfish 14/5/20 23:34

Such treats are right up my alley! But I am thinking if I could resist just eating the peanut butter straight from the jar - before it even gets mixed with sesame butter and turn into fudge :P

Alida@mylittleitaliankitchen 15/5/20 11:47

These must be really delicious. I love Tahini and I usually have it spread on top of bread or crackers but I have never baked with it. Your fudges look yummy Angie!

Ashley@CookNourishBliss 15/5/20 14:58

Yessss this is exactly my kind of treat! I LOVE both pb & tahini!

Marissa 15/5/20 20:16

Love the combination of peanut butter and tahini in this nutritious fudge, Angie. My kind of afternoon pick me up snack!

Vicki Bensinger 15/5/20 22:46

Oh my Angie this sounds great. I have all the ingredients except coconut syrup but i have date syrup. I wonder how that would be although the coconut syrup, which i haven't heard of before, isn't sweet. I may try it anyway. Thanks for sharing. Hope you're safe and well!

Valentina 16/5/20 04:38

These are right up my alley, too! I love sesame -- and especially in a dessert. Brilliant. :-) ~Valentina

mjskit 18/5/20 18:05

there is something about this fudge that just screams to be made! Maybe it's because I love peanut butter and tahini. AND it looks quite easy to make. Thanks Angie!

Anca 21/5/20 12:56

Gosh, this looks delicious. I love tahini and I think that I would love this fudge too. I will have to try it.

grace 23/5/20 20:06

what a unique batch of fudge! i would definitely savor a piece or 3. :)

Noob Cook 26/5/20 04:34

I love smaller, bite-sized treats made with the mini muffin pan. I love tahini too: I use it for savoury recipes, nice to see they make such a nice no-bake sweet treat here.

Tanza Erlambang 27/5/20 04:02

Tahini is new word for me, I should try this kind of cookies.
Thank you for your introduction and recipe

Anonymous 9/6/20 20:38

Right up my alley too. I adore tahini and sesame flavours in general. Peanut butter is pretty good too :D

Choclette x


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