Plant Based Ginger Oat Fudge (Vegan & Dairy Free Ingredients)

Plant Based Oat Ginger Fudge by Yum Yum Tree Fudge

We are launching, the first of its kind (as far as we know), a Vegan fudge made from British Gluten Free Oats in a variety of flavours to join our existing Plant Based Coconut range. Harnessing the natural creaminess of oats, we have produced a smooth melt in the mouth ginger Fudge that has has both ground ginger and crystallised ginger. It is warming in character but not over powering.  

No artificial colours or flavours, suitable for vegans, gluten free and no nuts in any of our recipes. 

  • Ingredients list

    Ginger Oat Fudge with Sugar and Sweetener 100g

    Ingredients: Sugar, Dairy Free Spread (Vegetable Oils -Sunflower, *Palm & Linseed Oil, Water, Salt, Natural Flavouring, Vitamin E, Natural Colour-Carotenes), Water, Crystallised Ginger 11% (Ginger & Dextrose Monohydrate), Organic Dairy Free White Chocolate Alternative (Cocoa Butter, Rice Powder - Rice Syrup, Rice Starch, Rice Flour, Sugar, Natural Flavouring), Sweetener (Xylitol), Gluten Free Oats, & Ground Ginger 1%, Sea Salt. *Certified Sustainable Palm Oil

    Keep out of reach of dogs

  • Nutritional Information

    Plant-Based Oat Fudge - Ginger

    Typical Values              Per 100g           Per 50g serving

    Energy                           1723kJ              861kJ

                                           408kcal             204kcal

    Fat                                  16g                     8.0g

    (saturates)                      4.4g                   2.2g

    Carbohydrates              64g                    32g

    (of which sugars)          61g                     31g

    Protein                          0.6g                    0.3g

    Salt                                0.79g                  0.39g

  • Storage Instructions

    The room temperature Best Before Date can be found on the back of each bag of Fudge. 

    Online orders will have at least 1 month Best Before date.

    Store unopened in the fridge for an extra month past the best before date or frozen for an extra 6 months in the freezer.

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