This candy is absolutely delicious! And it really is so simple. I'm always a little bit scared to try a new candy, but this was worth it. You can skip the double boiler if you keep stirring the chocolate as it melts. I just broke it up in pieces, like I do when I make any bark candy, much easier than trying to cut it in pieces. I know what I will be snacking on between now and Christmas, if it lasts that long.
I made this delicious and simple fudge last week and I couldn't be happier with the results. Very nice peanut butter taste. It stays sort of soft (like fudge) so I've kept it in the refrigerator. It looks so pretty with the dark chocolate swirled with the light. Thanks for posting.
This is really good and really easy. I also did it in the microwave and so it was SUPER easy. I used white almond bark as one of the other reviewers had said and it worked wonderful. I think milk chocolate chips would taste better than semi sweet and so will do that with my next batch. Great recipe! Thank You!
LOVE IT! I made this in the microwave and it turned out perfect. The whole pan was gone by the end of the night...not by me alone of course ;) But it's the sweet to make in a rush and you don't have to go buy a million ingredients. So glad I finally got around to seeing how these ingredients made fudge.
rich, rich, rich! impresses guests - they still think im some super chef! thanks so much
My kids love this, even the one that hates chocolate. It is very versitle too we often put some broken pretzel pieces or rice crispies in it as it is more a candy than fudge when it comes to texture/taste. Quick , easy and great for those last minute need to make snacks!
Fabulous! Easy! Will make you feel like a celebrity if you take it to a holiday party!! Seriously, I have made many friends because I made this twice over the holidays for three different parties.
This was awesome! I made it for my daughter's gymnastics holiday party and she forgot to bring home the container. There was a lot left over and two of the coaches took it home (by plane, no less!)and said their families just raved about it! We are Mizzou Tigers so this will definitely remain a favorite!
Very good, and very very easy to make! I used Ghiradelli bittersweet chocolate chips, Ghiradelli white chocolate chips, and Adam's no-stir chunky peanut butter. Since bittersweet is less sweet than semisweet, the candy had a slight bitter edge to it that enhanced the richness. DH and our preschooler both enjoyed it, too. Thanks for posting, Mirj!