Having friends over tonight? Make this fudge.
Going out? Make this fudge and take it with you.
Staying at home by yourself? Make this fudge. But only 1/4 of the batch or you’ll have an aching tummy.
You melt white chocolate and coconut oil in the microwave and then add pumpkin and spices. It takes like 5 minutes. This is the easiest fudge ever. The hardest part about it was chopping the white chocolate. Have I mentioned we also don’t have chocolate chips over here? Yeah. I don’t even want to think about how many hours I’ve spent chopping chocolate since I moved over here. But on a positive note, German chocolate, even the cheapest stuff at Aldi, kicks butt.
Anyway, this fudge? It’s like pumpkin pie but without that pesky crust. And way creamier, quicker and delicious. And it happens to be vegan, if you can find vegan white chocolate.
I know a lot of people don’t like white chocolate but I don’t think that they’d mind it in this fudge. They might not even know it’s in there unless you tell them. But maybe my opinion isn’t valid because I am obsessed with white chocolate pumpkin desserts…
The pictures don’t do this fudge justice at all. Every time I took a bite of the fudge to give you a texture picture, the other half of the bite just immediately fell into my mouth. So you’re going to just have to believe me when I say it’s creamy.
I used refined coconut oil, which has no taste. If you don’t mind coconut taste in your fudge, then go ahead and use the unrefined stuff. I can’t imagine it being as tasty, though. And I really recommend using canned pumpkin. I’d be worried about the fudge not setting if you use the homemade stuff.
In one of the batches, I tried doing it on the stove. Perhaps I wasn’t paying attention and ruined the chocolate, but all the batches in the microwave worked. So use the microwave, okay? :)
No-Bake White Chocolate Pumpkin Fudge