I originally found this recipe in the Orlando Sentinel in Dorothy Chapmans food column. She found the recipe in
the 1991 Better Homes and Gardens Grand Holiday Cooking. This recipe is well worth the effort.
Not only is this the easiest fudge to make, it's also the best tasting...well, at least in my opinion. The problem with a lot of fudge recipes is the need for cooking on the stove and a candy thermometer. This is so easy you can have the kids help you make it. UPDATE: I reduced the amount of salt listed due to reviewer feed back and listed it as optional.
I bought a bottle of marshmallow Fluff and went looking for recipes online. I looked on their website for recipe ideas, and came across this one for peanut butter fudge. It is awesome and definitely worth a try!
Homemade recipe for the inside of Reese's cup, so you can make you own at home! [which are so much tastier!] I'd recommend using bitter sweet or milk chocolate, and using a peanut butter cup mold, which you can buy pretty cheaply at Joann's or other craft/kitchen supply stores. And if you don't have powdered sugar, you can blend regular white sugar in a coffee grinder
If you follow the times properly you will have the most perfect fudge! Use only butter for this not margarine or the fudge will not set properly, servings is only estimated. This fudge will make a perfect addition to your holiday baking tray, place each small piece into mini cupcake paper liners, you may omit the peanuts if desired :)