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Melt-In-Your-Mouth Vegan White Chocolate Cranberry Hearts

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Vegan white chocolate has always been tricky, but here’s an amazing last-minute Valentine’s Day dessert. These raw white chocolate hearts are not only delicious and healthier than store bought ones, but they are super easy to make. They require only 4-5 ingredients and 5 minutes to prepare.

Cranberries are optional; you can leave your fudge plain or add some nuts of your choice. Coconut cream is what makes them so delicate, but if you don’t have any, you can use coconut oil instead.

You can even make two-tone fudge by combining this white chocolate mixture with some peanut butter or chocolate fudge.

This recipe makes three or four hearts. Remember to consume in moderation!

Happy Valentine’s Day!




  • 3 tablespoons of cocoa butter
  • 1 tablespoon of coconut cream (See how to make coconut cream at home)
  • 1-2 teaspoons of sweetener of your choice (I used powdered sugar)
  • Vanilla extract – optional
  • Dried cranberries – optional



Melt the cocoa butter and add the sugar, vanilla extract and coconut cream, and mix everything well.

Put the dried cranberries on the bottom of your molds and pour the white chocolate mixture over them.



Put in the freezer or fridge until the hearts have hardened. Store them in the fridge until you are ready to eat them.


Enjoy! 🙂



See also:

Crunchy Chocolate Hearts (Raw Vegan)


Marble Chocolates (Raw Vegan)


Heart-Shaped Desserts (Raw Vegan)


Vegan White Chocolate Cherry Truffles


Pomegranate And Pistachio Chocolate Snowflakes


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7 thoughts on “Melt-In-Your-Mouth Vegan White Chocolate Cranberry Hearts

  1. These definitely melt into my eyes seeing them now and I would like one so badly. I have to ask my daughter to try these delicious cuties. She will have some fun making them. And me eating them 😅

  2. CAN I sub out coconut butter raw for the coconut cream?

    1. Hi Lynna, I am sorry for the delayed reply! You could, but there’s a chance they may get too hard in the fridge. You could add some coconut milk to the mixture to avoid that.

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