Sugar-Free Fudge

"My father has a sweet tooth and recently developed diabetes. A friend shared this easy recipe."
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Ready In:
64 1inch pieces




  • Lightly grease 8" square pan with non-stick spray.
  • Melt margarine over low heat.
  • Add chocolate and stir just until melted.
  • Remove from heat and stir in sweetener and vanilla.
  • Combine chocolate mixture with cream cheese and beat until smooth.
  • Stir in nuts.
  • Spread mixture in prepared pan.
  • Refrigerate until firm.
  • Cut into 1" squares.
  • Store in refrigerator.

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  1. jaynteri
    This turned out pretty bitter, probably because of the sugar substitute. We added peanut butter and that helped a bit. Still won't make it again.
  2. emartin890
    Absolutely a waste of ingredients.. SOme sugar free stuf I really like, but sorry this was horrid!!!! went straight to the trash can
  3. SashasMommy
    I originally gave this recipe a 2 because it tastes mostly like cream cheese and doesn't set up very well. My dad, however, liked it and since he was the one I made it for, I'll give it his rating. If you like cream cheese, you'll like this.
  4. Barb G.
    This is so good. My DH is a diabetic and loves sweets. He really likes this fudge. I sent the recipe to my Daughter & a granddaughter who are diabetic's. Thank you Deb for posting the recipe.
  5. Hiker94
    I made this for an office party and used Splenda. It went over well.


My husband, Walt and I live in Huntley, Illinois; about 1 hour west/northwest of Chicago O'Hare airport. I'm a stay at home wife with 3 adult children. I collect old cookbooks, enjoy reading, gardening, canning, candy making and jewelry making. I'm passionate about my savior, singing on the worship team and volunteering for a non-profit that provides free legal services to poor families. My favorite cookbooks are Taste of Home Contest Winning and those authored by Rachael Ray. A pet peeve is when a cook doesn't give an alternative for a difficult to find ingredient.
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