OMG. Did you miss me? I thought about not posting and just sleeping for days instead, but what the hell would you eat for dessert this week?? And what would I eat for dessert?!?! That’s the real question. I hope you’re pumped for this recipe because it made me extremely happy. I kind of want to just post desserts all week after strict eating before Regionals. Strict eating made me slightly forget how much I love sweets, but don’t worry, I re-grew that part of my brain back on Sunday at Five Guys Burgers and Sweet Action Ice Cream. BOOM.

Ok, here’s my issue. Most posts I talk about what I did over the weekend. But most weekends aren’t Regionals…THE BEST WEEKEND OF THE YEAR. And I obviously have to have a post dedicated to this specific weekend. So I’ll kind of just recap.

Here’s how the weekend played out.

  • I couldn’t eat anything the first day because I was so nervous.
  • I couldn’t smile because I thought I was going to crap myself pretty much every second of the day.
  • I got a personal record in my Diane time. Not crazy fast like the ladies in my heat, but I was pumped about it!
  • I ate a ton more food the second day. Thank the lord for John at the Paleo Wagon and of Simply Pure Nutrients or I would have had absolutely no energy.
  • I got the god damn 70lb dumbbell over my head. 40 times!!
  • I got a personal record in my snatch. Did a happy dance. Then cried tears of pure joy. Not even joking.
  • I drank more coconut water than I knew possible.
  • I found out the heating area is a place you’re suppose to be serious in….I suck at that rule.
  • I finished all my muscle ups.
  • I met a bunch of people who read my blog!!
  • I ached.
  • I cheered.
  • I laughed.
  • I smiled.
  • I drank a lot of Americanos.
  • After the competition, I consumed gluten. In the form of a bun. It.was.epic. But I was ridiculously sick the rest of the night. Sergio regrets hanging around.
  • And no, no CrossFit man asked me out. The bastards.

This weekend was absolutely the best weekend of my life. Hands down. Best people, best moments, best crowd. Everything was perfect. And I truly couldn’t be happier. Can’t wait to share all about it on Friday!

I missed a lot on Pinterest this weekend.

But I got Instagram!! Follow me @paleomg!

Now for food. Holy balls I love dessert.

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Double Layer Fudge

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  1. Add your coconut oil to a food processor. It doesn’t have to be melted so don’t you worry your little heart about melting it down!
  2. Then add your almond butter, unsweetened shredded coconut, vanilla extract, and honey and just a small pinch of salt.
  3. Mix all ingredients until fully combined.
  4. Pour half the ingredients into a bread pan and use a spoon to spread out evenly. It doesn’t matter what size bread pan you use. The smaller it is, the taller your fudge will be and vise versa.
  5. Place in freezer to harden.
  6. Then place food processor bowl back on the motor and add your cocoa powder. Add 1-2 tablespoons at a time, mixing as you go to make sure you don’t use too much.
  7. Once cocoa powder is incorporated in, add a pinch of salt, mix thoroughly, then pour your chocolate fudge on top of your now hardened light fudge.
  8. Sprinkle with chocolate chips, shredded coconut, and a bit of salt and place is freezer for 10-15 minutes.
  9. Cut into chunks.
  10. Eat the chunks.
  11. Store the leftover chunks in the fridge.


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  1. Mil says:


  2. victoria says:

    I must be missing something here! I do not understand starting with step #6. You say to add the cocoa powder to the food processor bowl and incorporate, but with WHAT? Everyone else seems to have understood, but I don’t have a clue! Please explain that part to me because this really sounds delicious!

    1. juli says:

      Hey Victoria! In step #4, it explains to pour half of the mixture into a bread pan. Then in step #6, you incorporate the rest of the coconut mixture with cocoa powder. does that make sense?

  3. pajuxy says:

    ridiculously rich and delicious. i don’t think i’ve ever made a recipe of yours i didn’t love.

  4. Michelle says:

    First of all…your site is one of the BEST out there!!! I share your stuff all the time…as well as cook and eat it:) Question on the coconut oil…does it have to be virgin…is extra virgin ok?

    1. juli says:

      either one works!

  5. Cindy says:

    I made 4 of your deserts for a friend’s dinner party last week and this one was probably the favorite (I also made the chocolate almond butter cups, the salted chocolate coconut pistachio clusters, and the chocolate coconut bark). It seemed to have more of a cookie texture than fudge, but that could be because I stored it all in the freezer. It was amazing!

  6. Kat says:

    Hi! I am on Day four of starting Paleo. Would you happen to know about how many calories/fat grams are in this. I am trying to log all my foods down. 🙂 Your website is awesome!

    1. juli says:

      no idea

  7. KT says:

    If your coconut oil is melted (hot summers here) naturally in the jar, should I let it stiffen in the fridge or something first?

    Mine was all separated (pile of sweetened almond butter and liquid) and I couldn’t figure out else it could have been! It just didn’t combine no matter what.

    I made this recipe a year ago and had no issue and loved the heck out of it 🙂

    1. juli says:

      no, that’s shouldn’t matter!

    2. gail says:

      Mine did the same thing, not sure why,

  8. Laurie Wojcik says:

    Late finding recipe but well worth it. I make treat baskets for Holiday gifts, So i poured the mic in 1/4 cup size (King Arthur flower sells them) paper holders put the plastic seal on than made self stick labels tied with a ribbon and plastic knife. The label sid Home Made with Love frome Laurie withe typ efudge on the Top. They freeze well 2-3 months

  9. gail says:

    So I just tried this recipe, (prerun for Christmas treats!!!) but it separated on me??? i followed the recipe except i don’t have a processor so i used my ninja blender and the almond butter and honey clumped together and the oil would not mix in no matter what i tried!!! Any suggestions on why this would happen? I can’t figure it out!! HALP

    1. juli says:

      not sure, it could definitely be the ninja blender!

  10. Nicole says:

    Hey Julie! I only have Gold Label Organic Coconut Oil (as opposed to Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil). Does it make a difference? Wanted to know if I need to go out to the store and get the Virgin or if it doesn’t really matter. It’s rare you specify the type of coconut oil to use, so thought I’d ask! Thanks! 🙂

    1. juli says:

      no that should work!!