Best No Cook Peanut Butter Fudge

"Hi, I think this is the easiest and best peanut butter fudge ever! It is smooth and it is kinda on the softer side, but it is wonderful. I prefer to spread it out onto a greased cookie sheet for easier cutting."
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Ready In:
12 Squares




  • Melt in a large sauce pan the butter and peanut butter.
  • Cook and stir until all is smooth and melted.
  • Remove from heat.
  • Add the vanilla.
  • Beat in the powdered sugar until smooth.
  • Add 1/2 cups walnuts if desired.
  • Pour into a buttered 8 x 8 pan or a greased cookie sheet.
  • Put into the refrigerater, cut when set (if you can wait that long).

Questions & Replies

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  1. bogardusmichele66
    Can I use brown sugar insead of powder sugar?
  2. Paul G.
    If I use8x8 pan and get 12 pieces how big are the pieces
  3. d4niellechocs
    how big is one square and how heavy because i want to make it for 600 grams or 800 grams


  1. piscitelliizzy
    i made this while i was bored and it was nighttime it came out delicious and my co-workers loved it!! definitely will make again
  2. ljfu837
    It was great, I made it at night, great thing to wake up to. Delicious ??, will make it again. I did end up dipping mine in dark chocolate and coconut, i would recommend doing that, i liked it alot. Thanks for this! It took me about an hour or two for it to set, and 15 mins to make, all in all, it was defiantly worth it!!!
  3. susanbacsick
    This was the first time I made it and was pleased it was so easy and delicious. I made a huge batch to take to family for Christmas and everyone raved about it. Will definitely make it again.
  4. Mrs.Muffins
    This was very easy to make, however it was not the best. Thank you, though, very much!
  5. ElaineAnn
    This was easy to make and tasted like the fudge we got from a neighbor when I was a kid. I used chunky peanut butter and skipped the walnuts. Very good! Thanks for posting.



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