We were re-doing our kitchen at the time, so I was without an oven and needed a no-bake chocolate dessert recipe. This recipe fit the bill and turned out great. I added a dash of cayenne and a sprinkle of crushed red pepper to give it a little kick.
I made this recipe when a pregnancy-induced chocolate craving hit me during a horrid heatwave. I'm not sure what I love about it more -- The fact that I didn't have to heat up the kitchen making it, the simplicity of the recipe itself, the rapid set time, or the amazing taste! This recipe is now one of my quick junk-food staples! Wonderful stuff!
Just didn't work for us. Maybe because we used reduced fat peanut butter? If I try again, it will be full-fat, maybe that will make a difference.
This definitely fixed my craving for peanut butter fudge! It is quick and simple...I didn't have a 16 ounce bag or box, i had a 32 ounce which was partially opened so i guess-timated the amount, i may have put too much in....it had that confection taste to it. But it is creamy despite the crunchy peanut butter (had no creamy) and has a great taste. next time i will try creamy peanut butter.
Anything I can make in fifteen minutes that tastes this rich and creamy deserves 5 stars!! Thanks for posting!!
Loved this, I made 3 batches, it was soooo quick and simple. Tasted great! Would have never thought of something this good and easy! Thanx a million for posting am using this for bake sale also.
The fudge taste great! I tried it for the first time. Very easy to make. But one question....Is it supposed to be so soft or did I "goof"?
Wonderful! My 1st attempt at fudge and now everyone is asking for it!! Thanks for submitting!
WOW!! Not only very easy but tastes great!! I am not big on making fudge because it usually doesn't come out right for me but you can't really mess up on this one. If you like chocolate peanut butter fudge you have got to try this recipe. Thanks Jen for making fudge fun to make!