So I’m a little obsessed with finding healthy snacks lately because I find if I can prepare a healthy snack I will grab that instead of a snack that I’ve purchased off the shelf at the grocery store (yes, I keep a few of these in the house for my toddler).  So far the homemade hummus and granola bars have been very successful and tasty. I love searching the Oh She Glows website because I find the recipes are so tasty and good for you.  We were having company over to watch SummerSlam this past weekend and I wanted to make a dessert that was decadent but still healthy.  Alas, salted Almond Butter Freezer Fudge.  It was on the first page of the Oh She Glows website and the fact that it was easy to make and required very few ingredients was a selling point for me.  I’m on mat leave and a mom of 2 so easy recipes are what I need.  It’s definitely not the cheapest dessert to make but the taste makes you forget how much you spent….kind of.  (I spent $14 on the cup and a half of almond butter alone….Yikes!)  So now that you’re salivating at the photo below here is the recipe.



  • 1 1/2 cups raw smooth almond butter
  • 1/4 cup + 2 tablespoons virgin coconut oil
  • 1/4 cup pure maple syrup
  • 1/4-1/2 teaspoon pink Himalayan sea salt or other fine sea salt, to taste
  • 3 tablespoons virgin coconut oil
  • 1.5 tablespoons pure maple syrup
  • 3 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder
  • Pinch of pink Himalayan sea salt or other fine sea salt
  • Maldon sea salt or other flaked sea salt, for garnish (optional)


  1. Lightly grease a standard size loaf pan (9″x5″) and line with a piece of parchment paper cut to fit the length of the pan.
  2. For the fudge: Spoon the almond butter into a large mixing bowl.
  3. In a small pot, add the coconut oil, maple syrup, and salt (only the fudge ingredients here). Heat over low, until the oil is melted. Slowly pour the wet mixture into the bowl with the almond butter, stirring as you go. Stir until completely smooth and combined. It’ll be quite runny at this stage.
  4. With a spatula, spoon the almond butter mixture into the prepared pan. Smooth out. Place the pan, uncovered, on a flat surface in the freezer. Freeze for around 1 hour, or until the fudge is solid.
  5. For the chocolate topping: In a small pot, add the oil and melt the oil over low heat. Remove from heat and whisk in the maple syrup, cocoa powder, and salt until smooth. I like to place the chocolate sauce in the fridge for several minutes until thickened slightly.
  6. Slice the frozen slab of fudge into about 21 (1-inch) squares and place on a large plate lined with parchment paper, about a half-inch between each piece. Spoon the chocolate sauce on top of each square (a scant 1 teaspoon per square). Place back in the freezer until the chocolate is solid. Sprinkle on some flaked sea salt, if desired.
  7. Break apart the squares of fudge (if the chocolate pooled at the bottom) and enjoy immediately. Return leftovers to the freezer.