easy, three ingredient microwave fudge
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  1. The intro implies that you used a vegan “butter” stick instead of the coconut oil, but this recipe calls for the oil. Is there a discernible coconut taste to the fudge ? Did you try using the stick “butter”?
    Thanks so much. I’m new to this dairy-free cooking!

    1. I don’t think I mentioned vegan butter, but no, there isn’t a coconut taste to the fudge. I usually use refined coconut oil which doesn’t have a strong coconut flavor, but honestly, the chocolate chips give the fudge most of its flavor. I promise you shouldn’t be able to taste it.

    1. No. It won’t turn out right because the chocolate has sugars and fats in it that make up the texture of the fudge.

  2. Hi there! This site is super helpful!
    I’m wondering if you could use instead of coconut milk maybe rice milk, almond milk, or goat milk.
    Please get back to me as soon as you can.

  3. Hi My name is Margaret.
    Not being dairy free, egg free or vegan or anything else for that matter so can I use dark choc chips in place of ones recomended and what can I use in place of coconut oil?? I don’t use it.

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