Deb's No Fail Fudge Recipe

READY IN: 15mins
Recipe by whtbxrmom

My sister got this recipe from her friend Deb. She is a home economics teacher at the school where my sister works. If my sister and a bunch of kids can make this fudge with out fail, than anyone can. *One reviewer did not know how to measure the powdered sugar. Please note that powdered sugar is typically sold in 1 or 2 lb packages. This takes an entire 2 lb package.

Top Review by Mustang Sally 54269

I had a craving for fudge which I don't normally make so the 'no fail' part attracted me. Sorry to say I failed... this is the first time I've seen icing sugar measured by pounds so I wasn't sure if it was lbs in weight. I made 1/2 the recipe & used 1 cup (8 oz) but I found it too creamy. I put abit more but if I make this next time I'll put more. Satisfied my craving & took the rest to work... it was goobled up but most agreed it was too soft.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Melt butter (NO Margarine!)and peanut butter in pan over low heat. Do not boil.
  2. Add baking cocoa and stir until smooth.
  3. Remove from heat and stir in vanilla and powdered suger until smooth.
  4. Pour into your container or a baking pan.
  5. Put in fridge and cut when cool.
  6. If you want peanut butter fudge simply omit baking cocoa and increase peanut butter to 1 cup.

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