2 Reviews

My husband liked it and he is not a fudge fan at all. I forgot I wanted to increase the half-and-half since others said it was a bit crumbly but still added at the end and it turned out great. Am trying this with chocolate so we'll see how it turns out. Use a whisk to stir in the powdered sugar, makes it very smooth.

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JulsDiane December 24, 2007

This recipe is 5 star delicious, but the texture is what I'm not crazy about. These ended up very crumbly, even though I reduced the confectioners' sugar down to 2.5 cups. I waited until these were at room temperature (from the fridge) before attempting to cut. I followed the recipe exact, so I'm not sure why the texture wasn't more fudge-like. The mixture did not "pour" into the pan, it sort of had to be pressed into it. As a peanut butter candy these are yummy, but I can't say it's like fudge. Thanks! (P.S. I topped these with melted chocolate chips because I love peanut butter and chocolate!)

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Karen=^..^= December 06, 2007
Easy and Delicious Peanut Butter Fudge