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Raw Vegan Carob Fudge Bars

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I already posted my delicious chocolate bark recipe, now here’s a delicious raw vegan carob bar recipe that requires only five minutes to make and is perfect for people who can’t eat chocolate.

These bars are soft, fudgy, rich and very flavorful. I love the combination of coconut oil and carob. I also decided to add some chopped nuts and dried fruits.

I used a small plastic container (16×10 cm or about 6×4 inches) and I was able to cut 8 bars.



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  • 2 tablespoons coconut oil
  • 2 tablespoons carob powder
  • 1-2 tablespoons of maple syrup
  • ¼ cup of chopped nuts and dried fruit



Melt the coconut oil. If it’s too hot, let it cool down a bit. I didn’t and that’s why my fudge had a few whitish parts. It was still delicious though!

Add the maple syrup and start adding the carob powder little by little while whisking.

Finally add the nuts and dried fruit and mix everything together.

Pour the mixture into the container or the tray you are going to use.

Put it into the fridge overnight.


Enjoy! 🙂



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12 thoughts on “Raw Vegan Carob Fudge Bars

    1. Hi Didem! If you are not allergic to chocolate, you can use cacao butter. There are also other plant-based kinds of butter, but I haven’t used any of them yet. Happy weekend!

  1. Those look delicious! I have to make them for my Mom so that she can eat them! She can’t eat anything!

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