3 Reviews

Delicious. Tastes just as good as non vegan peanut butter fudge. The consistency is perfect, and it "set up" quickly. Thank you!

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Captainflygirl May 27, 2014

This fudge set very well, was delicious and addictive. It was a hit even with non-vegans at Christmas. I used creamy peanut butter instead of natural because we had a few containers of that in the pantry. I also used a store brand vanilla almond milk. IDK if confectioner's sugar is the same as icing sugar, but that's what I used. I let it boil a bit more than two minutes, until it looked smooth. Instead of stirring by hand, I used an electric hand-held mixer. It seemed to help smooth it out. I highly recommend this recipe. So good! I let it set for a full 24 hours before eating.

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seekingsunshine76 January 01, 2013

Yum! Incredibly sweet and rich, indeed. I followed the recipe exactly and was a bit worried at first as the mixture was so thick it couldn't really "pour" into the dish. A few hours later we taste tested it and although the taste was good the texture was a bit off as it kind of just dissolved in your mouth. 24 hours later in the fridge though and the fudge hardened up and had a much better texture - not grainy at all. Good flavor but really sweet, after all there's 5 cups of sugar in this! Thanks for posting. I was looking for a good gluten-free vegan dessert!

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zaar junkie May 16, 2011
Rich Peanut Butter Fudge (Gluten-Free, Vegan)