No ImageEasy Peanut Butter Fudge

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  1. June Stanley

    Wonderfully easy, now for it to set-up & refrigerate overnite. I have always made fudge, boiling until it formed a soft ball, I am in my seventies & this is not differcult to make. Thank you

  2. randolph

    I changed a few things, I went 8 marshmallows 1/8 more peanut butter, I was short a 1/4 cup of brown sugar replaced it with white sugar, and I did it with the microwave instead of the stove,it works out a lot better, I don’t have to clean a pot out, but I did use a large glass bowl instead..

  3. L. Cooper

    Oh one other thing I did was use a double boiler so my pan wasn’t flat on the stove….saved my hands while getting the other stuff ready and the milk didn’t froth up as much

  4. L. Cooper

    Love this recipe!! I made this to give to our neighbor for Christmas, and a batch for us to, but I did 1 cup of the peanut butter and a half cup of choc. Chips, it came out tasting like a peanut butter cup! Whole family loved it! :-)

  5. Lindi

    Wondering if I did something wrong… mine turned out darker than your pictures and it didn’t firm up that well. It wasn’t runny or anything just softer than the fudge I’ve had at candy stores. More like fondant. I might try cutting down the peanut butter down by 1/4 cup. My husband and I thought it was too peanut-buttery but the In-Laws liked it!

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