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Healthy Pumpkin Spice Freezer Fudge made with just 5-Ingredients! Free of refined sugar, dairy and gluten, this healthy dessert recipe will make you fall in love with fall…all in one bowl!

Pumpkin Fudge - Freezer Fudge

Pumpkin Spice Freezer Fudge

Did someone say pumpkin? That’s weird because not a single person has mentioned pumpkin in the last few weeks. I was starting to think it had become obscure. My Pinterest feed was void of it. Not a Starbucks in sight had a sign for a pumpkin spice latte. Pumpkin, what’s that?

I’m obviously kidding.

If your entire life hasn’t been taken up by at least 50% pumpkin/pumpkin spice chatter than you’re either a) living under a rock or b) living in a different hemisphere where you’re just preparing for summer.

For the rest of us though, pumpkin is old news. But it’s old news in an endearing way.Β That’s the thing about pumpkin, it’s overplayed but it’s good. You really can’t go wrong with a little pumpkin spice. And pumpkin spice freezer fudge? Bring it on!

What is Freezer Fudge?

Freezer fudge is pretty much as it sounds: fudge you eat straight from the freezer. Now unlike traditional fudge which is basically pure butter and sugar, freezer fudge has a much healthier base which in this case is almond butter and pumpkin.

Will freezer fudge last outside the freezer? Unfortunately no. You can let it sit out a bit but it will soften so don’t pack these as a lunch snack or to bring to work with you! On the bright side, it’s a super simple, one-bowl recipe and it pretty much lasts forever.

This pumpkin spice freezer fudge is no exception. Plus it’s a great use for leftover pumpkin puree if you have some!

Healthy Pumpkin Spice Freezer Fudge made with just 5-Ingredients! Free of refined sugar, dairy and gluten, this healthy dessert recipe will make you fall in love with fall.How to Make Pumpkin Spice Freezer Fudge

This entire recipe can be made in one bowl!

1) Start by combining the maple syrup and room temp coconut oil

2) Add your pumpkin puree, spices and maple syrup until it all comes together

3) Cover a 9×9 inch baking pan (8 x 8 works too!) with parchment paper and spread mixture evenly to distribute

4) Freeze for at least one hour before cutting into 16 squares

5) If desired, melt some chocolate and drizzle over top

6) Store in the freezer for as long as they’ll last! <–hint: it won’t be long

What to do with Leftover Pumpkin?

Likely if you’ve made this recipe you’re either using up a can of pumpkin or have some leftover. If you’ve got leftover pumpkin here are some recipes you can use to finish it up!

Drizzling chocolate onto pumpkin spice freezer fudge


Pumpkin Spice Freezer Fudge

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A healthier alternative to traditional fudge, this pumpkin spice freezer fudge is easy to make with just 5 simple ingredients and lasts forever in the freezer!

  • Author: Davida Lederle
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 1 hour
  • Total Time: 1 hour
  • Yield: 16 pieces 1x




  1. In a large bowl mix together coconut oil and maple syrup until coconut oil blends into maple syrup.
  2. Add in pumpkin puree, spice and almond butter
  3. Lay parchment in a 9 x 9 pan and pour mixture into pan. Spread evenly.
  4. Freeze for at least one hour and then cut into 16 squares.
  5. Drizzle with chocolate if desired.
  6. Store in freezer.*

*note: these must be eaten straight from the freezer. They will begin to melt if left at room temperature.

Like this recipe? Here are a few others you might enjoy:

Vegan Pumpkin Caramel Tart
Tahini Butter Cups
Apple Pie Bites

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  1. I bought a costco sized pack of canned pumpkin…but I’m not even as crazy about pumpkin as other folks out there!

    1. Costco does that to people…the things I’ve bought there that I have never touched haha. There’s something in the air there!

  2. I’ve been eating more healthy fats lately so this freeze fudge is right up my alley.

    Also, pumpkin is totally just like Bieber. If loving them both is wrong, I don’t wanna be right. πŸ˜‰

    1. In all seriousness though, I’ve been wondering how such a tiny person cuts open a pumpkin. I literally was pondering you hacking open a pumpkin while walking Rhett today. Please film yourself next time. Thank you. πŸ˜‰

  3. Davida!! I almost squealed outloud when I saw the title for this recipe! I love pumpkin and seriously eat it every single day (Libby’s fan here!). Great recipe, adding it to my vegan treats collection!?

  4. All of these look so good! I haven’t ever made fudge before, but it has been popping up all over the internet lately! Time to make some.

  5. Hi,

    Basically speaking, pumpkin always come to my mind during the Halloween time and not because I love pumpkin or celebrate Halloween ( It is yet not so popular in India) but because social media sites start getting flooded with pumpkin during the Halloween period. Other than this, I don’t eat pumpkin a lot ( I hate it’s taste) but I still eat it as it is good for health and it is not right to throw the food just because you don’t like it . Now, talking about pumpkin, if there are ways to make some delicious pumpkin fudge then there is no harm in giving it a try as long as you don’t over eat it.

    1. haha I know, we totally perpetuate the trend! It’s funny how a “thing” becomes a “thing” for absolutely no reason!

  6. One, how did I not know you got a new look!? I LOVE IT!
    Almost as much as I love this fudge, looks bomb girl!

  7. I tried to ignore Bieber-talk, sorry not a fan haha. But I can’t ignore all those delicious recipes and this fudge looks soo good. I was actually introduced to pumpkin madness when I started using Pinterest a couple of years ago, it is not well known in my country. But I do understand the obsession a bit, I fell in love with the orange beauty when I made a batch of pumpkin bars for the first time. And since then, pumpkin is a big part of my autumnal cooking.

    1. hahaha it’s okay, I forgive you! To be honest, I think the deliciousness is in the spice but I’m certainly not gonna complain if a veggie has gotten a great rep!