5-Ingredient Chocolate Fudge Balls {Gluten-Free, Vegan}

5-Ingredient Chocolate Fudge Balls {Gluten-Free, Vegan}

Indulge and fuel up with these easy, no-bake Chocolate Fudge Bites! Made with just five simple ingredients, these chocolate balls are a yummy allergy-friendly treat!

Take the heat out of the kitchen and whip up this easy, no-bake recipe! No-bake recipes are a staple for a busy lifestyle and so are on-the-go snacks (or treats!) and these bites can be used as either.

Because the balls are made with the purest form of cacao powder, they come out with a very dark chocolate taste. However, it is possible to sweeten that if you like.

Cacao powder is the bean that chocolate is made from. Wildly Organic Fermented Cacao Powder is made from cold pressing the bean so that its nutrients are not lost. Which means that it’s a more potent form of chocolate.

This type of chocolate will be high in:

  • Antioxidants
  • Calcium
  • Magnesium
  • Iron

 

What to Use These Chocolate Balls For

These two-bite-fudge-balls make a tasty treat or snack. They’re lower in processed sugars than traditional desserts and contain healthy fats as the base.

This means that they won’t spike your blood sugar level immediately after consuming but will actually leave you feeling fueled.

They make a great afternoon pick me up!

The balls are dense, and fudge-like and rolled in more cacao powder to that they’re not sticky.

We use the balls for:

  • Quick snacks paired with fruit to reduce hunger
  • A chocolate treat to curb a craving
  • A dessert or treat for a mini gathering when we’re short on time

The balls are made and then stored in the fridge where they don’t lose their consistency or texture.

 

Are the Balls Sweet?

The fudge balls more resemble a bite of very dark chocolate however there is a sweetener used in them. Wildly Organics Chocolate Syrup is made with just two ingredients: cacao powder and agave syrup.

Agave syrup is sweeter than regular sugar and therefore you don’t need much of it for a recipe. Mixed with cacao powder it creates a sweet, chocolate sauce that works well for these fudge bites, topping balls, cupcakes or ice cream. Or even mixing into yogurt for a bit of an indulgence.

 

More NO-BAKE treats to fall in love with:

5-Ingredient Chocolate Fudge Balls
Indulge and fuel up with these easy, no-bake Chocolate Fudge Bites! Made with just five simple ingredients these chocolate balls are an allergy-friendly treat.
    Servings10 balls
    Prep Time10 minutes
    Passive Time30 minutes
    Instructions
    1. In a small bowl, mix together all the ingredients, setting aside the 1.5 tablespoons cacao powder.
    2. Mix until no clumps remain and then let sit for 5 minutes for the coconut flour to absorb the liquid.
    3. Place the 1.5 tablespoons of cacao powder into another small bowl. Grease your hands with coconut oil and portion out the balls. Manually roll the dough into a small ball. Then, roll the ball into the cacao powder to coat and set on a tray or board lined with parchment paper.
    4. Repeat for all nine balls and place the board into the fridge for 30 minutes to set. Store in the fridge.

    A simple snack or easy, no-bake treat. These two-bite chocolate fudge balls are dark chocolate based and a great way to stay fueled or to curb a chocolate craving!

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    Shelby is the blogger over at Fit As A Mama Bear. She's a Strength Coach, Nutrition Coach, and Chronic Foodie. But most importantly, she is the mama to two super cute little girls. Shelby enjoys sweaty workouts, tasty meals and trying her best to live holistically (though there's definitely a lot of trial and error there!). Most of all she loves sharing knowledge on everything fitness & health-related.