Four-Ingredient Pumpkin Fudge

Four ingredient pumpkin fudge

Pumpkin-spice season is officially underway. Most of the pumpkin-spice flavored goodies offered this time of year are loaded with sugar. This no-bake simple recipe has just four ingredients, and not one of them is sugar. Total prep time is about 5 minutes and time in refrigerator is only 30 minutes, so you can easily whip up this fudge before the kids come home from school or to surprise your honey after a long day at work.

The recipe calls for pumpkin pie puree, NOT pumpkin pie filling. Be sure to read the food label carefully. Also, double-check to make sure there isn’t any added sugar. If you want to make this treat look extra pretty, you can always add some dairy-free whipped topping to dress up each bar.


  • 2 cups smooth, drippy cashew butter (You can substitute any nut butter or a nut-free alternative, like sunflower seed butter)
  • ½ cup coconut oil
  • 1/4 cup + 1 T pure maple syrup
  • Pumpkin spice (optional)


  1. Line an 8 inch x 8 inch baking dish with aluminum foil or baking paper and set aside.
  2. In a microwave-safe bowl or on the stovetop, melt cashew butter with coconut oil. Add pure maple syrup, then stir through pumpkin puree until fully combined. Top with optional pumpkin spice.
  3. Pour mixture into lined baking dish and refrigerate until firm.

Recipe by: The Big Man’s World

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