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This fast and simple recipe yields tasty peanut butter fudge with a surprising "nut-like crunch" that will confound all who try to guess what it is! It is also very inexpensive to make, because it does not require butter or nuts!
Mix sugar and milk in a saucepan and bring to a boil. Cook for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally to prevent scorching. Place all remaining ingredients in a bowl. Pour hot mixture over them and mix thoroughly. Pour into a buttered or sprayed pan (I use 2 pie tins). Let cool in refrigerator. Cut and enjoy! Ask folks to guess what makes the subtle crunch!
Note: I have stirred in a handful of semi-sweet chocolate chips just before pressing into the pan, for a nice change. It makes a marbled look and has a flavor similar to a peanut butter cup.
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Source: Tennessee Farm Bureau Members Magazine
By Shawna from Paris, TN
Please help. I tried this recipe. It sounded great. I followed it to the letter. It was a horrible mess. Sticky and gooey. Not able to cut it at all. Refrigerating it did not make it firm.
I have been trying to find these forever. It's a no-cook peanut butter fudge made with three ingredients: smooth peanut butter, granulated sugar, and white corn syrup. I can't remember the amounts.
Joan from Chesapeake, VA
I made the the peanut butter chips & sweetened condensed milk version and it came out very waxy and it's so hard in the pan I can't get it out, any suggestions before I throw the whole mess out?
This is a guide about making peanut butter fudge using vanilla frosting. A new twist on fudge making starts with packaged cake frosting.
I could never make fudge that I didn't have to put in the freezer and eat with a spoon until I tried this, now I have finally got it right.
Put mixture in microwave for 1 minute, pour in buttered pan and refrigerate.
Source: Church cookbook
By aloneandtired from ThornHill, TN
Boil for 5 minutes, the sugar, margarine and milk. Remove from heat and add remaining ingredients. Let set up.
For topping, melt a 1 lb Hershey bar and spread on chilled peanut butter mix. Return fudge to refrigerator until the chocolate has set...
Fudge lovers, here is a very nice recipe. In heavy saucepan, melt peanut butter chips and 2 Tbsp. margarine or butter with 1 cup sweetened condensed milk. Remove from heat; stir in peanuts.
Put sugar and milk in a saucepan and bring to a boil. Boil for 3 minutes, stirring constantly. Remove from burner after 3 minutes. Stir in peanut butter and marshmallow cream. Mix well. Pour into a buttered 8 inch square pan. Chill until set. Cut into squares and enjoy!...
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In the past someone told me how to make peanut butter fudge using vanilla frosting, they do not remember the recipe and I have lost how to make it. Can anyone tell me what this recipe might be? Thanks,
Happy Holidays - Lisa
Just two items for Peanut Butter Fudge
Vanilla frosting (peel off seal). Microwave for 60 seconds.
Pour into bowl add Jiffy Smooth Peanut Butter 18oz jar.
Stir fast and pour into small pan. Refrigerate for a few minutes.
For a 13x9 you will need to double up.
Note this is just a small batch.
We make this fudge for teacher gifts every year and it is always a big hit! (You can even find adorable Christmas Chinese takeout style boxes at Target for $1. I have make this with chocolate frosting as well as vanilla then put both in the boxes for variety.
I have also used chunky peanut butter and it was a little like the difference between regular m&ms and peanut m&ms. I prefer the chunky but a lot of people prefer the creamy so I do both.
I microwave 1 can frosting (make sure you remove foil top) for 30 seconds, then microwave 1 jar peanut butter for 30 seconds mix together and put in 9x13 brownie pan. If I am in a hurry I refrigerate to set it, but I noticed when I refrigerate to set it seems to get softer as it warms up; whereas if I just let it set at room temp it stays firmer. I have also dusted the top with confectioners sugar to make it super pretty.
This recipe is so easy and cheap, just experiment with it to find the combo you like best!
I wondering about using morels (chips). I only have real chocolate, even white chocolate too, but how can I use or weight it up exactly? This is my first time making this candy. I even got the butter, fluff, and vanilla, but what else? I ran out money. I'm on a fix income (disabled). God bless.
1 cup of chocolate equals a half pound. Are you working off a recipe? Your question is a little confusing.
Here is a link which may help you. There are 10 recipes to choose from and the site is very clear and easy to use.
When you have made it, can I come over? LOL
The chocolate part was oily. I melted 2 cups of chips, 2 Tbsp. butter, and 1/2 can condensed milk. It seems the butter separated from the chocolate. I absorbed some with a paper towel after spreading it over the peanut butter. I just put it in the fridge. I don't know the end result yet.
Just melt the chjps and condensed milk. Omit the butter then spread over the peanut butter.
Here's another recipe; perhaps the boiling will make the ingredients meld better.
Does anyone out there have a tried and true peanut-butter fudge recipe using marshmallow cream? Also, how I can freeze it?
Thank you very much.
By Carol W.
Easy and good Peanut Butter Fudge!
2 Cups sugar
1/2 Cup milk
1 1/3 Cups Peanut Butter (I use crunchy)
1 - 7 oz. jar Marshmallow Fluff
Into a large saucepan, pour milk and sugar and bring to a boil for 3 minutes stirring constantly so it doesn't burn.
Take off burner and add the peanut butter and marshmallow fluff. Mix well (until it's smooth and creamy... your arm will feel like falling off!) and pour into a buttered 8" pan. Chill until set and cut into squares.
This recipe came from my step-mom and it's the only peanut butter fudge my hubby will eat! Very rich and very tasty! Doesn't last more than a couple of days with just myself and my husband to eat it... he eats most of it!
I Have Never Tried Freezing It
Big Bach Peanut Butter Fudge
2 LB. Skippy supper chucky peanut butter
4 cup sugar
1 1/3 cups can milk
1 Jar marshmallow cream
24 oz. cocktail peanuts w/oil ( not dry Roasted )
2 tsp. vanilla
Cook milk, sugar to soft ball stage add remaining instructions beat till mixed pour into buttered 9X13X2 pan.
My recipe for Peanut Butter Fudge
1 cup peanut butter chunky
2 cups sugar
2/3 cup can milk
1 cup marshmallow creme
1 tsp vanilla
Cook milk, sugar to soft ball stage. Add remaining ingredients. Beat till firm. Pour into buttered 9x9x2 pan.
I am looking for peanut butter fudge for a diabetic.
Diane from NC
Diabetic Peanut Butter Fudge
OK one thing you need to know you dont need a recipe just leave out the sugar and make it with splenda, or no sugar at all. Follow the recipe you have and leave out the sugar. Sugar is what causes diabetic shock, which brings me to my second point. My office that I just got hired at this week. Invited me to the office Christmas party with all the stuff included, but when I got there they refused to give me punch and I found out the pizza was for the staff appreciation of the year party after our party. I am a client in a disabled working environment. 80 % of the clients are extremely disabled and mentally challenged and it is more of a day care for their cheap family to dump them at for each day. The cookies were made with splenda and they didn't turn out well at all and tasted terrible, not that anyone offered me any and I waited an hour before the plate offered to everyone else was put down on a table to take one. I then went home. I felt they should have given the party for just the disabled then at least we could have had sugar punch for all and sugar cookies. I mean talk about my bosses being so petty to the non mentally retarded, as to not even think of my feelings or their feelings. I will never use splenda in any cookie I make ever. I wouldn't suggest it to you either. If you have to make the fudge thou make it without the sugar unless you like splenda.
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In top of double boiler, melt coating ingredients. Put a toothpick in a ball and dip in chocolate. Place on waxed paper, and place in refrigerator until set.
By Robin from Washington, IA
Robin, here in Ohio we call these "Buckeyes" because Ohio is known as the Buckeye State. They are delicious. When we dip them in chocolate, we don't cover them completely, we leave a bit of the peanut butter showing and they look just like buckeyes that we get off the trees. They're especially popular in the fall when we have a huge rival football game between Ohio and Michigan. Thanks for sharing. (12/11/2009)
Boil sugar and cream till mixture turns into ball (soft ball stage) when tested in cold water.
Mix in peanut butter and vanilla. Beat till mixed. Pour into pan, cut when cool.
By Trudy from Springfield, IL
Mix Fluff, PB and Vanilla in warm metal bowl. Mix sugar and milk in large sauce pan and bring to boil. Soft ball stage 234- 238 degrees F. Remove from heat. Let cool to 175 F before mixing with fluff, pb and vanilla. Beat until mixture becomes dull. Pour into buttered 6 x 10 pan.
The temperature of the mixture will determine the consistency of the fudge. At 234, the fudge will be softer, at 238, the fudge will be firmer. (03/09/2007)
My grandmother is going to make this for her girls weekend! I hope they think it is yummy it sounds to me like. I would love it!
I have a great easy vegan recipe for Peanut Butter Fudge:
Lightly grease a 9x9 inch baking dish.
In a saucepan over low heat, melt margarine. Remove from heat and stir in peanut butter until smooth. Stir in confectioners' sugar, a little at a time, until well blended. Pat into prepared pan and chill until firm. Cut into squares. (12/17/2008)
Microwave pb in bowl 1 minute on high. Add frosting mix to pb and microwave 1 minute on high. Mix well, and put in dish, smoothing out evenly. Chill 1/2 hr in frig, then enjoy.
Cook milk, sugar to soft ball stage add remaining instructions beat till mixed pour into buttered 9x13x2 inch pan.
PEANUT BUTTER FUDGE
Cook milk, sugar to soft ball stage. Add remaining ingredients. Beat until firm. Pour into buttered 9x9x2 inch pan.
I'm looking for a quick, easy recipe for Peanut Butter fudge. Got any?
By chef4u from Sylvania, OH
This Peanut Butter Fudge recipe is super simple and came from the craft store, AC Moore.
Melt one bag of chocolate melts, one bag of vanilla melts, and one cup of peanut butter. Pour the mixture in a glass baking dish and cool. Cut into squares.
Pour a layer of melted chocolate, then the melted peanut butter and finally another layer of chocolate.
For swirls, run a knife through to make designs.
Easy Peanut Butter Fudge
Combine sugar and milk in a pan. Mix well. Bring to a boil, turn down heat slightly and cook stirring constantly for 3 minutes, only.
Here's the recipe from the Eagle Brand site:
Peanut Butter Fudge
Servings: Makes about 2 1/4 pounds
Super Thrifty Fun idea my grandmother figured out is to stock up on chocolate bunnies around Easter Time when they go on sale and freeze them. Then use them as above to make fudge! Just chop coarsely and add to the recipes as above. (07/22/2009)
By Robin from Washington, IA
In a large heavy saucepan, combine the peanut butter, cheese and remaining butter. Cook and stir over medium heat until melted.
Combine all ingredients in large bowl, kneading to mix well. Spread in 8x8 inch pan. Chill until firm.
I need an easy recipe for peanut butter fudge. Thank you! Love that fudge!