Crock Pot Refined Sugar-Free Dairy Free Fudge


 Crock Pot Refined Sugar-Free Dairy Free Fudge couldn’t be any easier or more delicious!

Although I’m not much of a fudge girl, my family loves it! I was inspired to make some after seeing a recipe from Skinny Crock Pot that seemed to be an easy and simple task  and one that wouldn’t  involve too much time on my part.

I adapted the original recipe to eliminate honey and make it with Stevia instead. Although its a bit sticky to the touch, it IS delicious and everyone who tried it couldn’t believe it was sugar-free and dairy free! Of course you could still use honey but not having tried it that way I can not comment on taste or texture.

It’s pretty quick to make as you just add ingredients to the crock and then patiently wait for 2 hours covered, then 1 hour more uncovered. A smaller crock pot, 3 or 4 quart will work better than a larger one.  Total cook and chill time is about 6-7 hours. But if you plan ahead and have the ingredients ready, you could still make this for Christmas or Christmas eve with minimal work on your part.

UPDATE: As of October 2013: I have recently found a sugar-free chocolate chip made with stevia by the brand Lily’s. Tastes great, melts wonderfully! Nutrition info reflects using these sugar-free chips.

Crock Pot Refined Sugar-Free Dairy Free Fudge
Nutrition Information
  • Serves: 30
  • Serving size: 1 piece
  • Calories: 78
  • Fat: 5.8g
  • Saturated fat: 3.7g
  • Carbohydrates: 10.9g
  • Sugar: .1g
  • Sodium: 1mg
  • Fiber: 2.7g
  • Protein: 1.4g

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  • 2½ cups dark chocolate chips* (See Note)
  • ⅓ cup coconut milk, canned, mixed well
  • 2 teaspoons liquid stevia or ¼ c. raw honey
  • a dash of salt
  • 1 tsp. pure vanilla extract
  1. Stir coconut milk, chocolate chips, vanilla, stevia (or honey) and salt in a small 3 or 4 quart crock pot.
  2. Cover and cook on low 2 hours.
  3. Uncover, turn off and let sit (no stirring please) for one more hour.
  4. Stir well for 5 -10 minutes until smooth.
  5. Line a one quart casserole dish with parchment paper and pour mixture in.
  6. Cover and refrigerate 3 or 4 hours until firm.
* If you can’t find sugar free or grain sweetened chocolate chips, Enjoy Life is an allergy friendly brand or use chocolate chips that have the highest percentage of cocoa in them.

Weight Watchers Points+: 2*


*Check here to make this into Peppermint fudge.



  1. Laurie Bouley says:

    it LOOKS good!
    i just HAD to see the reciepe tho
    no sugar, no dairy?
    i couldn’t figure out what WAS in it!
    Good job!

  2. I did a half batch with the honey. I’ve never made any kind of fudge before and was so surprised at how it reawakened at the stirring phase. SO good! * I added a sprinkling of sea salt on top…and may mix a little rum in next time… :)

  3. Amy Darlington says:

    Saw you called for canned coconut milk. I was wondering why not regular coconut milk (from carton), since it’s hard to open a full can and leave some unused.

    If you need to use canned, could you use lite or should it be regular? (this recipe looks wonderful, just want to ask first before trying.)

  4. Though I’ve not yet tried this recipe (I plan to & soon!) the canned coconut milk gives food products more ‘body’ than the coconut milk in the carton.
    I’ve used both for blender banana shakes, and the canned is so much better!

  5. janeen mitchell says:

    Do you think unsweetened baking chocolate would work?

  6. Saw this recipe and had to try it – I love fudge! I am a gastric bypass patient (cannot have a lot of sugar) and over the years the surgery has backfired on me and has made me ill. I made this using honey, forgot to buy liquid stevia, and it turned out quite yummy. Only one question tho – how do I store it? In a plastic container in the fridge or out? Thanks for he recipes!

  7. I’m not sure what size slow cooker I have, but I believe it’s one of the larger ones. Will this recipe still work if I use that? Or do you have another recommendation? My 7 yr old is anxious to try this recipe. We currently have sugar in our diets, but my plan is to start w/ your recipes to help my family get off the refined sugars then the white flours. I found your site from skinnymomskitchen’s facebok page. So excited!

    • Wonderful thank you for stopping by! You would be able to still use this with a large crock pot and that is certainly a great idea, they really won’t notice too much difference if you start slowing trying new recipes every week. My kids love all the desserts, its my picky hubby who is the toughest critic!

      • Thank you! I only found Vegan chocolate chips are they the same as grain sweetened? They had grains listed on the ingredient list. We’re trying 4 of your recipes this week. I’ll let you know how it goes, as my husband & child are also very picky.

        • Not sure, never tried the vegan chips. The grain sweetened haven’t been around at whole foods in a while, I had stocked up, but I haven’t seen then recently. Great about the all new recipes you are trying, hope they like them!

  8. How about Splenda? I know you use Stevia, but could Splenda be used and how much. Also, what about the sugar free chocolate chips. I just found your site.


    • Hi Pam, I don’t use Splenda because it is artificial so I really can’t comment on how much you should use. Of course you can use it though. I’ve never seen sugar free chocolate chips but sure why not.

  9. Hi, Just found you site. I’m a diabetic and try my hand at making a lot of recipes sugar free. I am addicted to sweets but sugar is out. I have been using splenda but since I’ve seen your site I will try stevia at least the liquid kind. I’m going to make this fudge as soon as I can get to the store to buy some stevia. But I’m getting off the track of the reason I’m sending this message. WalMart carries sugar free chocolate chips and are very good. Just wanted to let you and all your followers know this. Thank you for your hard work in creating these recipes for all of us to enjoy.


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