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    Grandma's No-Cook Peanut Butter Fudge

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    1 hr 15 mins

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    Marlene.'s Note:

    I just got this from my sister today, who told me my Grandma used to make this. Posting in response to a request :) *cook time is fridge time *** Just in case you don't read the reviews of recipes, this is most definitely a soft fudge, it doesn't set up firm like typical fudge!

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    1. 1
      Mix all ingredients WELL.
    2. 2
      (using your hands actually mixes it the best).
    3. 3
      Press into an 8x8" pan.
    4. 4
      (A light spray of Pam is ok).
    5. 5
      Toss into the fridge for at least an hour to set up.
    6. 6
      Cut into 2" squares.
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    Ratings & Reviews:

    • on June 24, 2010


      I am a bit torn about how many stars to give this recipe and can only settle on 4.5. Because I really want to make it again, it gets 5! I cut this recipe way down and did a test run to see how it would turn out. I had no trouble with the fudge setting up and yes it was still a bit sticky from in the fridge but not gooey and falling apart. I loved the soft, melt in your mouth texture but after a few bites the beautiful peanut butter taste seemed to get slightly overpowered by the sweetness of the sugar (and that's saying a lot coming from a sweet tooth like me) Since I like the texture of this fudge so much I am going to try maybe using more peanut butter to balance the sweetness of the sugar. I don't want to mess with the corn syrup amount as I am sure it has something to do with the lovely soft texture of this fudge but using less sugar may make this a sticky, gooey mess. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe. Definitely can't wait to make/enjoy it again. Edit: I made it again by upping the peanut butter and it really changed the texture. I think I will stick with the original recipe and cut the fudge smaller.

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    • on December 10, 2007


      This is my daughter's favorite fudge so I try to make it every year. I'm always on the lookout for a new recipe for this fudge, one that will set up hard. This one did not setup at all even after a day in the frig. I'm not sure if I did not add enough powdered sugar or what so I added at least another cup, maybe 2 of the sugar. It did get a little harder, but from experence this fudge does not get real hard like a chocolate fudge and it is sticky. But, despite the fact it is sticky it tastes great and I'm sure DD will like it, too.

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    • on December 06, 2007


      This was by far the easiest fudge I've made yet. I let my kitchen aid do all the mixing for me. I do not like fudge but had to try it. Not bad. Half of my family liked it the othe half didn't. I think they are used to a firmer fudge and chocolate. It's not for them anyway so oh well for them. Thanks for such an easy holiday treat.

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    Nutritional Facts for Grandma's No-Cook Peanut Butter Fudge

    Serving Size: 1 (58 g)

    Servings Per Recipe: 16

    Amount Per Serving
    % Daily Value
    Calories 265.9
    Calories from Fat 106
    Total Fat 11.8 g
    Saturated Fat 4.8 g
    Cholesterol 15.2 mg
    Sodium 96.8 mg
    Total Carbohydrate 39.6 g
    Dietary Fiber 0.7 g
    Sugars 33.0 g
    Protein 3.0 g

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