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No Bake Chocolate Macadamia Protein Fudge Bars

I'd be lying if I said I wasn't side-eyeing (and hard!) the last No Bake Chocolate Macadamia Protein Fudge Bar that it's the fridge right now. I love chocolate, and I love fudge, and this recipe is an absolute winner, because it combines so many of my favourite food groups in one delicious macro balanced treat.

That's right I said food groups - because Chocolate has to be it's own food group - right?

These Fudge Bars are super simple to whip up, and clean up is a breeze because there are no bulky appliances to clean, all you'll need it a large bowl, a fork and some good old fashioned elbow grease!

If macadamia's aren't your thing you could absolutely switch the nuts up in favour of some (freeze) dried fruit. The combinations are endless!

I've topped my bars with a rich velvety Choc Adrenal Switch Chocolate that takes this treat to the next level. Because what could be better for you then a magnesium supplement that aids in muscle recovery and promotes sleep.

I love having one of these bars for dessert after the kids have gone to bed, or when they are at school so I don't have to share!

If you make them tag me and let me know! I'd love to see your creations!

No Bake Chocolate Macadamia Protein Fudge Bars

Serves 5


60g Chocolate Whey Protein (you can use a Vegan protein, just add 30ml extra of Rice Malt Syrup

40g Oat Flour

10g Raw Cacao Powder

40g Almond Butter

30g Rice Malt Syrup (or sticky sweetener of choice)

25ml Almond Milk (or water)

30g Chopped Macadamia Nuts


1 scoop Switch Nutrition - Choc Adrenal Switch (use ALEX10 for a discount)

20g Dark Choc Chip Melts


1. Line a shallow 10x20cm cake tin with parchment paper. You'll only be using one end of the tin so don't worry if its not big enough to line the whole thing.

2. Combine all dry powders for the fudge in a large bowl.

3. Add wet ingredients to the bowl. As you are adding the almond milk, start with 20ml first, it's always easier to add more then take it out! Using a fork, mix well to combine. Once the mix is forms a crumb, you'll need to use your hands to combine further. The fudge should hold together well. If it doens't, continue to add the extra 5ml of almond milk.

4. Add in the chopped macadamia nuts and kneed to mix through.

5. Press fudge into the end of the tin with a flat surface (I like to use the base of a measuring cup) to flatten into a rectangle.

6. Once flattened, remove from the tin. Your fudge slab should hold it's shape. Place in the freezer for 20-30mins to harden slightly.

7. For the topping you'll need to melt the chocolate in a microwave safe jug or over a double boiler. Go slowly as you don't want your chocolate to burn.

8. Combine 1 scoop of Switch Nutrition - Choc Adrenal Switch (use ALEX10 for a discount) in to the chocolate and mix to combine.

9. Remove your fudge slab from the freezer and top it with the Chocolate topping. It should set rather quickly because the slab is cold!

10. Cut into 5 bars, and enjoy!


Serving: 5 pieces | Calories: 179 kcal | Carbohydrates: 14g | Protein: 15g | Fat: 8g | Fibre: 3g

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