Peanut Butter Fudge


I’m not sure if there is any candy easier than peanut butter fudge, which makes it a great last-minute treat for the family or to take to a party–and everyone loves it. Because who can’t love peanut butter fudge. There are so many different flavors of peanut butter today, and I’m wondering if anyone has ever made peanut butter fudge with Nutella or one of the other various new brands of flavored nut butters? I’m thinking that would be a cool twist on classic peanut butter fudge. Someone try this and let me know if it works just the same!

Meanwhile, here is the classic version:

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Peanut Butter Fudge:

1 cup creamy peanut butter
1 cup butter
1 teaspoon vanilla
4 cups sifted powdered sugar

Line an 8- or 9-inch square pan with buttered waxed paper.
Combine the peanut butter and butter in a microwave-safe bowl and heat for about one minute.
Stir. It should be all melted now. You can also do this on the stovetop if you don’t like to use the microwave.

Stir in the vanilla, then the sifted powdered sugar.
Spread in the prepared pan.
Chill for about two hours then cut into one-inch squares. This recipe is so easy, you could make it with a two-year-old. I always liked things like that around the holidays, recipes the kids could “help” make and get fast results. And candy keeps well, so this is a good thing to make now!
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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on December 17, 2013  

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  1. 12-17

    I’ve been searching for an old recipe I used to make as a kid for peanut butter fudge. Can’t find it anywhere, but I think this recipe is very close. So simple and so good. Thanks!

  2. 12-17

    This looks so easy, I have been seeing so many Peanut Butter Fudge recipes, I will have to make some now.

  3. 12-17

    Hi Suzanne, Do you have to store this in the refrigerator?

  4. 12-18

    Ooo! That looks good! And the fudge part looks easy–but I can just see myself rolling around the kitchen trying to butter the waxed paper…

  5. 12-20

    Okay, I made this last night, finally found a recipe that does not get to hard or does not set up at all for me….Thank you Suzanne: oh Kitchen Queen that you are! You have made my husband a very happy man! Merry Christmas to all of you, May you have a very blessed and happy New Year….

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