Healthy Peach and Pistachio Fudge


For a while now, I have wanted to use fresh peaches and pistachios together in a recipe. I thought about making cookies. I ended up making this Healthy Peach and Pistachio Fudge.

When coconut oil became popular, I quickly started using it in my baking, but this is my first time using coconut butter. I thought that coconut butter had a similar consistency to natural peanut butter. Here is a good explanation of the difference between Coconut Oil and Coconut Butter.

I used a small amount of maple syrup to sweeten this fudge. I don’t think you need it, though. The peaches and the coconut butter are both naturally sweet. This recipe was a big hit with my kiddos and husband. Both of my boys are small for their age, so I like to give them lots of good healthy fat.


This fudge was so easy to make. I should have made it sooner. If you like this recipe, you might want to try my 3 Ingredient Healthy Freezer Fudge or my Healthy Peach and Almond Milkshake

Healthy Peach and Pistachio Fudge

1 cup of coconut butter
1 cup of sliced peaches, peeled
One teaspoon of maple syrup ( optional)
1/4 cup of pistachios, shelled.

Method: In your food processor, mix coconut butter, syrup, and peaches until they are smooth. Add pistachios and pulse a few more times. Pour the mixture into an 8 by eight baking dish lined with parchment paper. Cool in the fridge for 2-3 hours, until the mixture hardens. Use a knife and cut small pieces of fudge. This will make 15-20 pieces of fudge. Keep the fudge in the fridge until you are ready to eat it.

This fudge was soooo good! My family gobbled it up. I want to try it with other fruits as well. Now I want to try some more peach and pistachio recipes.




  1. Love the idea of using fresh peaches in fudge. Sounds like a magical combination with the pistachios

  2. What a creative combination. I can only imagine how delightful fresh peaches must be in fudge. I love peaches. Yum!

  3. Peaches and Pistachios IN fudge?? I would never have thought of that. Great recipe

  4. I’ve got some neighbors that are going to love me when I show up with these 😀 Awesome flavor combo!

  5. I’ve never even thought about this combination. I love peaches and I love pistachios so I’m definitely going to have to try it! 🙂

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  7. Charlotte Liggett

    I have made these several times and they never last. 🙂 My question is can they be frozen? Thanks!


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