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Thursday, December 13, 2012

Peanut Butter Fudge

I should have titled this post "Lead me not into temptation" .... because apparently, I can find it on my own! I have a weakness, a vice almost, when it comes to peanut butter or chocolate - and {in my best Southern drawl} "Lawd, have mercy" if the two are combined. It is too hard for me to resist. I thought about drizzling melted chocolate over the top - but I refrained (barely). 

What I love about this fudge: 1. It's easy 2. It's quick 3. It's peanut butter (duh) and 4. It's soft and 5. oh, so creamy ..... 

If it tickles your fancy to drizzle melted chocolate over it, don't forget to mail some to me, then by all means, drizzle away. 

Disclaimer: I cannot be held responsible for the copious amounts of fudge you will be tempted to eat. 

Peanut Butter Fudge - Love Bakes Good Cakes





Peanut Butter Fudge
Yield: 3-4 dozen

Butter, for greasing the foil

2 cups sugar
1/2 cup milk
1-1/3 cups peanut butter
1 jar (7 oz.) marshmallow creme

Line an 8-in. square pan with foil and butter the foil well. Set aside.

In a medium saucepan, bring the milk and sugar to a boil. Boil for 4 minutes. Add the peanut butter and marshmallow creme and mix well. Quickly pour the mixture into the prepared pan. Chill until set. Cut into squares.
I hope you enjoy!


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32 comments:

  1. I love how easy your fudge is to make. It looks scrumptious!

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  2. I may be adding this to my already long list of desserts to bring to Christmas :) Looks so good!

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  3. Love this recipe! I have never made fudge before! But with this easy recipe I will be making these! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. i swear marshmallows are the secret to good fudge. nothing tastes as good as fudge with some marshmallows. making this!!!

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  5. If we want to mail this to someone. What's the best way to package it you think? Tupperware? Tin? Thanks!

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    1. Great question! I think any kind of sturdy container would work well - just be sure to add wax paper between the layers to prevent the fudge from sticking together :)

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  6. Never seen fudge made this way. Different, looks tasty. Thanks for sharing with us at FFF this week.

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  7. This fudge looks yummy!! Thanks for sharing at Foodie Friends Friday!

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  8. Why did you lead me into temptation?!?

    Thanks for sharing at Mealtime Monday. That looks amazing!

    Kaylee
    www.couponingncooking.com

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  9. Lawd have mercy is right! I think we should have a support group for peanut butter and chocolate addicts :-) This looks so good that I must give it a try!

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  10. These little squares sound delicious. Thanks for sharing. I am stopping by from Couponing and Cooking.

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  11. Thank you so much for sharing your awesome recipe with Full Plate Thursday. Hope you are having a great day and come back real soon!
    Miz Helen

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  12. Okay, I have to try this! I have tons of chocolate fudge recipes, but not peanut butte. Thanks for sharing! Merry Christmas!

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  13. This brings back memories. My dad used to make PB fudge often. His was never so easy though--he likes to fiddle around and "experiment." Fudge can sometimes end up dry and crumbly and that's a bummer. Love creamy fudge...and your looks it!
    Thanks for linking this week!

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  14. Jamie. I am in LOVE with this fudge. And while I'm technically "done" baking for coworkers, I am going to need to make an immediate exception and bust this easy fudge recipe out. However, like your disclaimer, I won't be held responsible if they don't get a single square :) looks fantastic!

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  15. Yum Yum! Looks so delicious. Come and visit us this week. We are having a wonderful giveaway from a very talented Southern author.

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  16. ok can I just say "Please Send Me Some!" How Yummo and Easy! Thanks for Sharing!

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  17. This just looks too easy and WAY too yummy! Thanks for sharing at Mom On Timeout Jamie!

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  18. hi, popping by from Raising Arrows. This sounds yummy. I have a question. I don't live in the US and have never heard of marshmallow creme, I don't think you can get that where we live...do you think it could be replaced by something else? like condensed milk or something?

    thanks

    Maria

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    1. Thanks for the question, Maria. I would suggest making homemade fluff if it's not available where you live. Here is a link that was shared at my party a few weeks ago - http://www.ourtableforseven.com/2012/11/homemade-marshmallow-fluff.html - or try this one from ehow - http://www.ehow.com/how_8119537_substitute-marshmallows-marshmallow-fluff.html. I hope that helps :)

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    2. Thanks for the links. I will try that. Merry Christmas! Maria.

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  19. Thanks so much for sharing at Wednesday’s Adorned From Above Blog Hop!
    Debi @ adornedfromabove.com
    Angie @ godsgrowinggarden.com

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  20. Congratulations!
    Your recipe is featured on Full Plate Thursday this week and hope you enjoy your new Red Plate. Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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  21. Do you use regular granulated sugar or powdered sugar?

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    1. Hi Michelle,

      Regular granulated sugar for this recipe! I hope you enjoy! :)

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    2. Thank you. I just know my fiancée will love this recipe!

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  22. What is marshmallow creme? We don't have this in Australia.

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    1. It may go by the name "marshmallow fluff" .... if you can't buy it in Australia, here is a homemade version: http://www.browneyedbaker.com/homemade-marshmallow-creme-recipe/

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  23. Hi Jamie,
    I know there's been a similar question to this, but just want to double check, is Marshmallow Fluff the same as marshmallow creme?
    I live in the UK, and while most things are available, sometimes the terminology is different, so I sometimes need to check.
    Sorry this is a late question from when it was originally posted, but this has just appeared on facebook, via Chocolate, chocolate and more....
    Thanks
    Lynda

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    1. It sounds like it is the same thing - some people here in the US call marshmallow creme "fluff" too! :)

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