Prep 1 min
Cook 1 min
The easiest more absurd fudge in the world, but for the skeptics out there, this recipe works.
- 16 ounces ready to spread frosting
- 18 ounces peanut butter
- Grease an 8 inch square pan.
- I use cooking spray.
- Put the peanut butter and the frosting in a large microwave proof bowl.
- Cook for 50 seconds.
- Stir ingredients together.
- Put in the refrigerator.
I used chocolate fudge frosting that comes with the multi-colored candy sprinkles on top of the can but think I will try it with milk chocolate frosting next time. Included it in my fudge assortment I made for my co-workers. Made a very pretty fudge.
I don't have much of a "sweet tooth", but my husband likes this; says it tastes similar to a peanut butter cup. And you can't get much faster or easier for when you need an emergency gift from the kitchen! The food police will just have to look the other way once in a while.
I made these before noticing that the can of frosting contained a large amount of trans fats, which clog your arteries and never leave the body. I only gave these three stars because it tasted okay, but I'd never make it again because it's really bad for you, especially little children.