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Three Ingredient Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Break-Apart Fudge

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This recipe is as simple as 1, 2, 3! This is one of our most popular recipes on both Pinterest (follow us HERE!) and Instagram (check out our page HERE!). All you need to have these bites in your own freezer is:

Maple Syrup (this is an organic option)

Peanut Butter (we love this kind!)

Oat Flour (check out this gluten free one)

And any other add-ins you want! We chose mini chocolate chips (these are vegan!), but you could add sprinkles, nuts, cookie crumbles, or even peanut butter cups for a delicious twist! As easy as this recipe is, why aren’t you in the kitchen yet?

If no-bake, healthy, & gluten free desserts are your thing, check out some of our other favorite recipes:

Cake Batter Cookie Dough Protein Bites

Cosmic Brownies

Chickpea Cookie Dough

And trust us, they taste as good as they sound! No one will know that they’re made with good-for-you ingredients and they’re SO easy to throw together!

Three Ingredient Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Break-Apart Fudge

Keep this dough in the freezer and break off a piece anytime you want a guilt-free tasty treat.
5 from 3 votes
Prep Time 20 mins
Total Time 20 mins
Course Dessert, Snack
Servings 18 pieces

Ingredients
  

  • 1/2 cup maple syrup
  • 1/2 cup natural peanut butter
  • 1 cup oat flour
  • Any extra additions we used mini chocolate chips

Instructions
 

  • In a saucepan, heat the maple syrup (this is an organic option!) on medium-high until it begins to bubble.
  • Remove from heat and whisk in the peanut butter (we love this brand).
  • Pour into a bowl with the oat flour (this is gluten free!). Mix until combined.
  • Let the dough chill completely, then add any toppings (If you do not let the dough chill, your add-ins could melt!).
  • To form, press the chilled dough into a lined loaf pan. Carefully remove the dough (so that it keeps its shape) and flip it over (so the rounded corners face up). Using a knife, cut slits into the dough that almost reach the bottom, creating 18 pieces that are connected on the bottom. Freeze.
  • Once frozen, you will be able to break off a piece every time you need a treat!
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    • George
    • September 2, 2017
    Reply

    Gotta make this ASAP. I’ll have to make my own oat flour from oats. Looks amazing!

    1. Reply

      YES! The key is to blend them in a coffee grinder – this makes the finest flour!

        • Six Vegan Sisters
        • February 12, 2020
        Reply

        You can use agave or another liquid sweetener!

    • Lauren Burke
    • September 5, 2017
    Reply

    Is the best way to store these in the freezer? Even if you are currently eating them.

    1. Reply

      It’s up to you! We love them in the freezer not only because we can break the pieces apart but they taste delicious frozen! If you like them better in the fridge and are enjoying them within a week or two then you should store them there!

    • Cloey
    • September 16, 2017
    Reply

    I know it says fudge, but it also says cookie dough. Can you bake it?

    1. Reply

      This is just meant to be a no-bake treat, so we would not recommend baking it. Trust us, it tastes delish as is!

      1. Reply

        Wow, definitely adding this to my list of vegan recipes to make next!!!

          • Six Vegan Sisters
          • February 11, 2020
          Reply

          Great!!! Let us know how it goes!

        • Hollie
        • June 16, 2020
        Reply

        Yum!! Could I possibly substitute coconut flour for oat flour?

      • Susannah Howe
      • June 25, 2020
      Reply

      5 stars
      I made these last night for the first time! They’re almost gone. 😍😬 Sooo yummy!

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    • Krishnsree
    • February 11, 2020
    Reply

    What can we use as an alternative for maple syrup?
    It’s not available at where I live.
    Can we use jaggery?

      • Six Vegan Sisters
      • February 18, 2020
      Reply

      hi there! we haven’t tried any alternatives for maple syrup, but please let us know if you do and if it works out for you! 🙂

    • Lauren
    • February 12, 2020
    Reply

    These look like Perfect Bars but ones that I can whipe up in no time! Can’t wait to try!

    • Nicole
    • February 20, 2020
    Reply

    Can I use a different type of flour? I have an oat allergy.

      • Six Vegan Sisters
      • February 20, 2020
      Reply

      We’ve actually never tried using a different type of flour, so we can’t say for sure! But, you could try almond — let us know if it works out!

    • Serenity
    • March 8, 2020
    Reply

    5 stars
    My best friend is vegan and we are taking a road trip. Instead of spending a bunch of money on lunch in an expensive town, we are making vegan bento boxes. This will be a perfect little treat!

    I substituted peanut butter with almond butter, changes the texture but it’s great and gives a nice chew!

    • Alex
    • March 13, 2020
    Reply

    Would I be able to substitute honey in for the maple syrup??

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    • Melinda
    • April 2, 2020
    Reply

    Can you use almond butter and almond meal flour or coconut flour?

      • Six Vegan Sisters
      • April 3, 2020
      Reply

      We’ve never tried any of these substitutions, so we can’t say for sure, but we think any of these substitutions could work (the flavor will be a bit different though)!

    • Caitlin McClelland
    • April 2, 2020
    Reply

    Would almond flour work?

      • Six Vegan Sisters
      • April 3, 2020
      Reply

      We’ve never tried with almond flour, but we think that would work!

    • Airnomad
    • April 5, 2020
    Reply

    5 stars
    Hi,
    Can I use honey instead of maple syrup?

    • Meg
    • April 25, 2020
    Reply

    The first time I made it I did not heat the maple syrup and it came out really wel. This time I used coconut flour and heated the maple syrup. It is very crumbly and won’t hold together. Is there a chance I cooked the syrup too long ?

    I love this recipe though!

      • Six Vegan Sisters
      • April 25, 2020
      Reply

      Hi there! It could be a result of using coconut flour, as we have not tried out this substitution. Also, be sure you’re measuring the flour correctly (check out this post) – packing in the flour could result in a dry dough! Hope this helps you out.

  3. Reply

    Can I replace the oat flour with Red Mills Gluten Free?

      • Six Vegan Sisters
      • April 28, 2020
      Reply

      Hi Brenda! Sorry, we’ve never tried this substitution. If you do try it out, let us know how it goes!

  4. Reply

    This looks amazing! I bet my guys are going to love it!

    • Elizabeth
    • May 19, 2020
    Reply

    This looks great! All flours are hard to find during this pandemic, so I’ll try this with amaranth flour that I happen to have on hand. It has a slightly nutty taste and is packed with vital nutrients. Will let you know how it turns out!

      • Six Vegan Sisters
      • May 19, 2020
      Reply

      Sounds great! We are excited to hear how they turn out!

    • Sydney
    • June 22, 2020
    Reply

    Hi When do you add in the chocolate chips? After it’s chilled or before?

      • Six Vegan Sisters
      • June 23, 2020
      Reply

      After the dough is completely chilled (check out instruction #4). If the chocolate chips are added when the dough is warm, they’ll melt!

    • Sydney
    • June 23, 2020
    Reply

    Ok, thanks. I saw that, but wasn’t sure if the chocolate chips were toppings. They look really mixed in in the photos. 🙂

    • Indy
    • July 14, 2020
    Reply

    Do you know the calories and sugar would be in one square please?

    • HRose
    • July 18, 2020
    Reply

    Is instant oatmeal ok to use? I may have missed this question. Thank you

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