Going Gluten-FreeApril 3, 2017

Making Peanut Butter Banana Fudge

This gluten- and dairy-free fudge is perfect for eating after just a few minutes out of the freezer, and makes a great guilt-free afternoon snack or a healthy treat.

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Posted by Brianna Hobbs

Once Again Peanut Butter Banana Fudge

I love being in the kitchen with my kids. They are big fans of peanut butter, just like I was when I was a kid – although I never grew out of this love. Since my kids eat peanut butter directly off the spoon (or from the jar with a finger – so be it), this recipe is right up their alley. This peanut butter fudge is creamy and sweet, and has a great bite to it when it is chilled – leaving teeth marks in your fudge as a sign of delicious accomplishment. Making this peanut butter fudge really is as simple as mixing all the ingredients together, pouring it into a pan, and popping it in the freezer. And an easy dessert is my type of dessert!

Gluten- and Dairy-Free Peanut Butter Banana Fudge Recipe

Makes approximately 2 dozen 1-inch pieces.

Ingredients:

2 bananas
cup Once Again Peanut Butter
2 tablespoons coconut oil
2 tablespoons Killer Bee Honey
Pinch of salt
cup coconut flakes

Once Again Peanut Butter Banana Fudge

Directions:

1. Mash the bananas until completely smooth. Mix in the Once Again Peanut Butter, coconut oil, Killer Bee Honey, and salt. Then stir in the coconut flakes.

2. Pour the batter into a silicone mold or freezer safe dish lined with aluminum foil or parchment paper (I used a 9x4 inch bread pan). Freeze for at least 4 hours.

3. Using the aluminum foil or parchment paper, remove the fudge from the pan and cut it into one inch squares with a sharp knife. Store in the freezer for up to two weeks.

My kids’ favorite part of this recipe was mashing up the banana. They had a hard time taking turns – no one wanted to share this fun and messy task. Once the banana was smooth, we stirred in some Once Again Peanut Butter, Once Again Killer Bee Honey, coconut oil, and flaked coconut. Both my kiddos wanted to put a pinch of salt in – good thing they have tiny fingers!

Once Again Peanut Butter Banana Fudge

I really enjoy the flavor and texture of Once Again American Classic Creamy & No Stir Peanut Butter. It has just a few organic ingredients (all of which I can pronounce!), and I love that I can store it in the pantry, not the fridge. It tastes like natural peanut butter, which I love, but it is much easier to not have to store it in the already-packed fridge. No more tearing your fragile gluten-free bread apart when you try to spread cold peanut butter on top of the slice!

Once Again nut butter

I love the flavor of peanut butter and honey together, which is probably one of the reasons I love this fudge so much. Once Again Killer Bee Honey is pure, raw, and organic, and is the perfect flavor compliment to the peanut butter. These really are the perfect ingredients together in this easy fudge recipe. Definitely do try this at home!

Once Again Nut Butter is kindly giving away 6 packages of a Once Again Peanut Butter and a jar of Once Again Killer Bee Honey so you can make this awesome recipe for yourself! Just enter to win using the Rafflecopter below. Good luck!

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Brianna Hobbs

[SPONSORED BY ONCE AGAIN NUT BUTTER]

Brianna Hobbs blogs at Flippin' Delicious,a gluten-free recipe site. She loves creating gluten-free, allergy-friendly recipes for snack-worthy meals and desserts that taste just like what you had when you were a kid.

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My daughter is celiac and will love this fudge. It's a healthier option for her kids too.

My only problem is that I cannot enter the contest because I don't have a Twitter or a Facebook account. Many of us do not have social media. I live far into the country and do not even have a cell phone signal available, and so do not have a cell phone. I do not text or Twitter, and don't have Facebook because of my intermittent internet connections. There should be another way to enter a giveaway.

Posted by: annie1992 | April 7, 2017 10:30 AM    Report this comment

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