Easiest Peanut Butter Fudge Ever!

"Have creamy, delicious peanut butter fudge in under 10 minutes with this no-fail recipe! *WARNING* You MUST use exactly the measurements specified below, or this fudge will not set correctly."
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Ready In:
2hrs 10mins




  • In a saucepan, slowly bring the milk and sugar to a boil over medium low heat.
  • Boil for exactly 2 and a half minutes, stirring constantly to prevent burning.
  • Remove from heat, stir in peanut butter and vanilla.
  • Mix until smooth.
  • Pour into greased 8" x 8" pan, and let cool before cutting. Enjoy!

Questions & Replies

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  1. jac0752
    Can I double this recipe
  2. Jim C.
    how do you keep the peanut butter fudge from being grittie
  3. vegancow86
    How much cocoa powder to add? To make it chocolate peanut butter mint could I sub out the vanilla for 1tsp. mint extract?
  4. Amanda F.
    How long is it supposed to sit?
  5. Lisa H.
    I think 2 cups of sugar makes iti too sweet. What would the other measurements if I use 1 cup?


  1. kellyaraser
    Excellent recipe. I was getting inpatient waiting for the sugar and milk to boil, but once it did I boiled it for exactly 2 1/2 minutes stirring the whole time. It set almost instantly and turned out very smooth. Would definitely make this again. Very, very easy recipe.
  2. Morgan H.
    I made it, just like the recipe said too! And it came out just perfect. For people saying it's too sweet, you clearly have no taste buds. And I only cooked it longer than 2.5 mins because I have a 3 month old and could watch the clock...so it was probably boiling for like 4-5 mins. But it's perfect and not grainy, and it was done on and electric stove (which sucks for anything "candy")
  3. Melissa M.
    I've made this recipe a few times, it's always turned out great. I sometimes like to melt chocolate and pour it on the tip because I love peanut butter cups!
    • Review photo by Melissa M.
  4. Rhonda D.
    I followed the recipe exactly the way it said it came out nice and smooth NOT grainy! It is PERFECT! I put 1/4 cup to the side and added 1/4 cup cream cheese frosting to the 1/4c that had set aside and mixed it & put it on top. I put mine in a MINI MUFFIN PAN! BY FAR THE BEST I'VE EVER TASTED, THXS!
    • Review photo by Rhonda D.
  5. Kari D.
    Love this so easy to make. I wouldn't do the 2 cups of sugar as it's to sweet but 1 or 1/2 cups would be ok. The sugar is something that you would have to mess with . Other then that it's amazing


  1. Tina G.
    I used crunchy penut butter and ohh ! Boy! Soo good ;) first time ever making fudge too ! Turned out awosme
  2. Tiffany J.
    Came out amazing as always, I added crushed walnuts to half while still hot
  3. Melissa M.
    Cover with melted chocolate to have a peanut butter cup like treat!


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